The American Cancer Society says Indiana has improved significantly when it comes to pain management policies. But a report from the Society’s Cancer Action Network says the state still has more to do.
There are only eight states that received less than a B from the Cancer Action Network in its report on pain management and patient care policies. Indiana moved this year from a C-plus to a B.
Network Associate Director David Woodmansee says that’s because of a new step taken by the State Medical Board.