2016 AATOD Conference: Baltimore

2016 AATOD Conference
October 29 – November 2, 2016

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Baltimore, MD
Saving Lives: Access to Improved Health & Recovery

Conference Objectives:

  • To present the latest evidence relevant to the field and critically evaluate the implications for patients, clinicians, administrators, and policy makers
  • To disseminate evaluation and treatment techniques to better serve patients and providers, improve program development and administration, and enhance patient outcomes
  • To develop strategies to assist healthcare partnerships and collaborations by advancing their understanding of medication assisted treatment as a crucial element to community wellness in an era of healthcare reform
  • To improve the collaboration between opioid treatment programs and community partners in response to the heightened risks associated with the use of opioids
  • To formulate methods to promote, support, facilitate, and integrate medication assisted treatment into the judicial and penal systems, government, and social service organizations
  • To discuss the magnitude and impact of prescription opioids on the healthcare system and Opioid Treatment Programs

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Booking Your Baltimore Stay

Conference Educational Content

Onsite Conference Information

Media (Communications)

  • For more information about our conferences, please view this video clip highlighting the special moments of our last AATOD Conference in Atlanta of April 2015.
  • Participation in this conference assumes knowledge and authorization of photography, audio and/or video recording of portions of this conference. If you do not want to be photographed or videotaped, please notify the individuals taking photographs, recording and/or videoing the event.


Conference Leadership
This conference event is proudly sponsored by AATOD, Inc. We would like to kindly acknowledge and thank our Conference Hosts: Maryland Behavioral Health Administration and Opioid Treatment Providers of Maryland

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