DATA

(redirected from Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000)
AcronymDefinition
DATAData Accountability and Trust Act
DATADurham Area Transit Authority (Durham, NC)
DATADesign and Technology Association (UK)
DATADrug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000
DATADrug Alcohol Traffic Awareness
DATADebt, AIDS and Trade in Africa (humanitarian organization)
DATAData Analysis and Technical Assistance (Unit; Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs)
DATAData-Aware Transport Activity (Nortel, ADC, Fujitsu, Etc)
DATADesign and Technology Academy (San Antonio, TX)
DATADebt Aid and Trade for Africa
DATADo As Time Allows
DATADefense Air Transport Administration
DATADecisions and Advanced Technology Associates, Inc.
DATADraughtsmens' and Allied Technicians Association (UK)
DATADelusions of Armymen Tank-drivers and Airmen
DATADrawings for Army Training Aids
DATADesires, Abilities, Temperament, Assets
DATADepartment of Advanced Technology Application (MMOG game)
References in periodicals archive ?
Distribution of buprenorphine as part of treatment for opioid addiction is currently regulated by the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 ("DATA 2000").
The Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 was truly groundbreaking in allowing private-practice physicians to treat chronic opioid dependence, where qualified, in non-clinic environments.
Under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA), physicians must complete an eight-hour course and register with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Drug Enforcement Agency prior to administering drug addiction treatment.
The urgency of the question is another sign that physicians who choose to become waiver-qualified to treat patients addicted to narcotics under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 continue to find that the demand surpasses their ability to provide care.