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The Pain Standards Task Force is a group of providers representing organizations throughout Central Oregon who are working together to increase awareness around evidence-based best practices for opioid prescribing and complex chronic or persistent non-cancer pain management within our community.The Pain Standards Task Force is supported through the Central Oregon Health Council (COHC). For more information on this project and the work being done, please visit:


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