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username13932: Private claims shot up an alarming 1,459 percent between 2007 and 2014 acrossNassau, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties, which represents roughly 21 percent of the state population. An analysis by FAIR Health, a national non-profit advocating...

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Private claims shot up an alarming 1,459 percent between 2007 and 2014 acrossNassau, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties, which represents roughly 21 percent of the state population. An analysis by FAIR Health, a national non-profit advocating healthcare transparency, found the rate of private opioid abuse claims nearly tripled the overall rate across the state, which increased by 487 percent over the same time period. The New York statistics are consistent with the national trends which indicate that opioid abuse and dependence are widespread and are affecting every group in the society, Robin Gelburd, president of FAIR Health, told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Because cases of opioid abuse are highly correlated with an initial introduction to opioids through prescriptions to treat pain, the breadth of the problem is not surprising. Overall, private insurance claims for addiction treatment and emergency room visits related to opioids increased in all parts of the state. FA

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Private claims shot up an alarming 1,459 percent between 2007 and 2014 acrossNassau, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties, which represents roughly 21 percent of the state population. An analysis by FAIR Health, a national non-profit advocating healthcare transparency, found the rate of private opioid abuse claims nearly tripled the overall rate across the state, which increased by 487 percent over the same time period. The New York statistics are consistent with the national trends which indicate that opioid abuse and dependence are widespread and are affecting every group in the society, Robin Gelburd, president of FAIR Health, told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Because cases of opioid abuse are highly correlated with an initial introduction to opioids through prescriptions to treat pain, the breadth of the problem is not surprising. Overall, private insurance claims for addiction treatment and emergency room visits related to opioids increased in all parts of the state. FA

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