Opioid Fatality Review Boards: State Laws

Opioid Fatality Review Boards

Opioid fatality review boards are teams that are established to review fatal drug overdose cases within their jurisdictions in order to determine what factors and characteristics may lead to a possible overdose. By understanding what influences a fatal overdose, the review board can recommend changes in law and policy that will better allow the state, city, or county to prevent future overdose deaths.

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