Betting the Under on Overdoses

Last year, opioid overdose deaths in an around Dayton hit “a stretch so bad that the coroner’s office kept running out of space and having to rent refrigerated trailers. The county had 548 overdose deaths by Nov. 30 last year.” But the situation has improved. This City’s Overdose Deaths Have Plunged. Can Others Learn From It?

+ While we’re learning what to do from Dayton, we should also take a few clues about what not to do from this story. Overdoses, bedsores, broken bones: What happened when a private-equity firm sought to care for society’s most vulnerable?

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