We LOVE medical providers!  You have one of the toughest and most important jobs in the world, and we want to help in any way we can.

Our team of experts includes not only top experts in the world of pain management and medicine, but also boots-on-the-ground providers who know what it’s like to do patient care in a wide variety of settings.  No matter where you practice or your patient population, we are dedicated to giving you the resources and tools that make things easier for your patients, families, and the medical team. We know that you don’t have the time to do more, so we help figure out the ways they can fit into your work flows to reduce stress and make things better for ALL involved. Improve patient outcomes and improve efficiency?  YES PLEASE!

This includes resources for procedural, acute, and chronic pain. Our Provider Toolkit below gives you the lowdown on procedural pain, but our resources don’t stop there. Take some time to explore the rest of the resources to see what else you can use to help your patient population.

Our tools are open access, so YES you can use them in your organization or institution. We only ask that content not be altered or changed so we can ensure they meet our rigorous quality and scientific standards. Are you concerned that something out our resources doesn’t match up with what is possible or available in your organization? Reach out! We can discuss creating a customized version for you like we have done many times before.

Questions? Suggestions? Requests and ideas for more resources? Reach out to us a info@megfoundationforpain.org. We are here to help you!

Interested in becoming a partner so we can support your good work? Start a conversation be reaching out! info@megfoundationforpain.org.

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Note: click the ⛶ icon (in the toolkit menu above) to view in full screen mode!

Want to improve procedural pain management at your practice? The Meg Foundation Provider Toolkit is designed to help you do just that. It provides actionable steps (including checklists), digital tools, and how-to videos. Plus, all the content is downloadable. This easy-to-use guide also outlines the research, explaining WHY it is important to improve patients’ pain experiences and HOW to actually do it. Check it out!



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