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Physicians, pharmacists, data analysts and policy makers have been working together to reverse the opioid epidemic.

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Health care transformation is a continuing commitment, and if physicians do not lead the way then changes will be thrust upon them.

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Although US racial and ethnic minorities have higher rates of poor health because of health care inequities, more low-income white individuals are affected because of greater population numbers. This Viewpoint explains that efforts to improve poor outcomes would be more effective if strategies were not based on proportions of race.
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