How increasing access to local EMS data improved overdose prevention and response

Authors
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Keywords
Drugs--Overdose--South Carolina--Prevention , Emergency medical services--South Carolina
Abstract
South Carolina integrated EMS data on non-fatal suspected drug overdoses statewide with the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP). Local jurisdictions have used ODMAP to identify overdose hotspots, track trends, alert the community to spikes in activity, and plan post-overdose outreach and prevention programs such as increasing naloxone availability.
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2022-06-28
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2022-08-10T18:32:08Z
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2022-08-10T18:32:08Z
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English
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South Carolina State Library
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South Carolina State Documents Depository
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Copyright status determined to be in the public domain on April 27, 2020 by United States Supreme Court ruling (Georgia et al., Petitioners v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. : 590 U.S.__(2020))
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