The regulations related to Pain and Symptom Management under the Occupational Regulation Sections of the Michigan Public Health Code are designed to enhance the quality of care available for Michigan citizens by reducing and removing roadblocks to access to pain and symptom management. The statute includes a measure that is intended to give physicians clear legislative policy on using opiates for pain control without fear of prosecution.
- Achieving Balance in State and Federal Pain Policy: A Guide to Evaluation (CY 2013)
- Achieving Balance in State Pain Policy: A Progress Report Card (CY 2013)
- Database of State Laws & Policies in Pain and Symptom Management Pain & Policies Study Group, University of Wisconsin