The DEA has recently released specific guidance to help healthcare providers enhance their expertise in addressing substance use disorders (SUD). As part of this guidance, mandated by the Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act, healthcare prescribers are now required to complete 8 hours of SUD education in order to renew their DEA license. The requirement took effect on June 27th, 2023.
The Michigan Opioid Collaborative (MOC) has partnered with MyMichigan to offer a free and convenient opportunity to help healthcare practitioners comply with this requirement. If you are unable to attend our live webinars, you can now access the MyMichigan website and watch one of our previously recorded webinars and receive DEA credit for it whenever it’s most convenient for you. Currently only our Substance Use and Co-Occurring Psychiatric Disorders webinar is available on the MyMichigan website, but we plan to expand our list over time. You can also access this training on the MOC Home page or our Resources page. We hope you find this webinar helpful and we are glad we can help providers meet DEA requirements!