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Leslie Dye, MD

Leslie Dye, MD
Leslie R. Dye, MD serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Point of Care Content for Elsevier, overseeing a team of 14 people in addition to practicing addiction medicine at Northland Intervention Center in Milford, Ohio. Prior to joining Elsevier and Northland, Dr. Dye was the training coordinator for Medisync Health Care Solutions in Cincinnati, where she trained physicians in medical coding and worked with multiple electronic health records as well as learned the basics of medical office and hospital workflows. Dr. Dye graduated from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine and her fellowship in Medical Toxicology and Hyperbaric medicine at th University of Cincinnati. She was an associate professor in emergency medicine and Pharmacology/Toxicology at Wright State University until she became the editor of Living Longer, a monthly health magazine in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Her publishing career continued as she served as managing editor for a new journal, Innovations, the official journal of the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery. She later served at the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Medical Toxicology, the official journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology. Dr. Dye is the immediate past President of the American College of Medical Toxicology. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology. She is currently the President of the Medical Toxicology Foundation.
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Opioid Addiction is the Cancer of Our Generation

Opioid addiction is the cancer of our generation—it is progressive and often rapidly fatal. Why should we give up on it?
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Examining the Federal Response to the Opioid Crisis, Part 2

In the second part of her examination of the Federal response to the opioid crisis, addiction specialist Leslie Dye, MD suggests how to make it better.

Examining the Federal Response to the Opioid Crisis, Part 1

An addiction specialist on the front lines of battling the opioid epidemic in Ohio provides her perspective on Drug Addiction Commission's interim report.