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PMH58 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN THE MICROSTRUCTURE NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND THE CONVENTIONAL MEDICAL OF PERSONS WITH ADDICTION IN FRANCE

      The medical microstructures designed in 2000 were developed to respond to the difficulties encountered in the care of people with addictive behaviours. These microstructures of proximity are established within the cabinet of general practitioners in association with a psychologist and a social worker. The aim of the study is to evaluate the cost-utility ratio of microstructure networks (MSN) in patients undergoing opioid substitution therapy management.
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