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Employee productivity has also been greatly impacted by opioid abuse.

The magnitude of the opioid problem is unfathomable, and touches countless lives. From 1999 to 2010, the amount of prescription opioids sold to hospitals, pharmacies and doctors’ offices in the U.S. almost quadrupled.1,2,3 Yet, during that time, there had not been a reduction in the amount of pain that Americans reported.4,5 Moreover, during that time, prescription opioid overdose deaths increased at a similar rate.

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