Chief Clinical Adviser, Oar Health
Dr. Joshua Lee, MD is a highly accomplished clinician and researcher specializing in medication-assisted treatment of alcohol and opioid use disorders. Josh is passionate about making evidence-based treatment accessible to those seeking to drink less or achieve sobriety. His extensive experience includes conducting clinical trials on naltrexone and buprenorphine in primary care, criminal justice, and community settings. He also treats patients struggling with addiction as a primary care physician. Josh is a Professor of Population Health and Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, directs the ACGME-accredited Addiction Medicine Fellowship, and leads research initiatives focused on justice and community outcomes. He is also Chief Clinical Advisor at Oar Health, a telemedicine platform that makes medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder convenient and private.
Josh Lee's diverse knowledge and practical experience make him an ideal guest for podcasts targeting addiction and recovery, health and wellness, healthcare, career management, and entrepreneurship. With his deep understanding of alcohol use disorder, medication-assisted treatment, and digital health, Josh can provide valuable insights to help individuals on their recovery journey and equip professionals with the necessary tools to support their patients and clients. Invite Josh Lee to your podcast to explore the intersection of addiction treatment, innovative solutions, and personal and professional growth – his wealth of expertise and engaging presence will captivate and educate your audience.
Latest Research in Addiction and Treatment
A presentation from Dr. Joshua D. Lee, Associate Professor, NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, at our International Community Courts and Public Safety conference in Birmingham, Alabama, May 7-9, 2018
Although Their Introductions as Treatment Are Different, Two Top Medications for Opioid Addiction Are Equally Effective
Joshua D. Lee, MD, MSC, from the Department of Population Health at NYU School of Medicine, describes a recent head-to-head study of two popular medications to treat opioid addiction.
Unlocking the potential for alcohol recovery through medication-assisted treatment
Closing the gap: Increasing awareness and adoption of medication-assisted treatment
Beyond rehab: treating alcohol use disorder safely and effectively across settings
Telemedicine’s role in addiction recovery and treatment
Privacy and convenience: Addressing patient preferences in alcohol use disorder treatment
Moderation vs. abstinence: Honoring patient goals in alcohol recovery
Following the evidence: What works in addiction recovery
Innovation spotlight: the latest research in addiction and treatment
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