AzCRH Webinar: Integrating the 2022 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids in Rural Healthcare Settings

Mark P. Martz and Jason Gillette

Doctor listening to patient


noon to 1 p.m., June 20, 2024


Learning objectives: 

  • Become familiar with the 2022 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids. 
  • Learn how primary care clinicians and allied health professionals can utilize the Guidelines within a rural setting. 
  • Learn ways they can integrate the Guidelines into their practice EHR, policies, and workflows. 


Mark P. Martz

MARK P. MARTZ is the Founder and CEO of Martz & Associates. Before launching Martz & Associates, Mark was the Executive Director of Axiom Community of Recovery. Prior to this role, Mark served as the founding Director of the Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation at the University of Arizona, following five years of service at the Arizona Department of Health Services as a policy consultant, program manager, and Office Chief for Tobacco Prevention and Cessation. Mark received his Master in Public Administration from Wichita State University and doctorate in Public Administration and Policy from Arizona State University. 

Jason Gillette

JASON GILLETTE is CEO of Guild Health Group, a public health firm committed to inspiring safe and healthy communities through emergency response planning and technical assistance services. Jason’s path to public health formed from various experiences and efforts over the past twenty years. Helping has been a part of what makes Jason, Jason. From providing humanitarian efforts, to serving in government leadership, Jason has served in several roles within the public health sector. After serving in the Marines, Jason worked for three fortune 500 companies in Nordstrom, JP Morgan Chase, and FedEx where he focused on relationship management and marketing. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Global Health from Arizona State University, Jason quickly jumped into public health. Jason served as the Director of School Health for the Arizona Department of Education, Office Chief for the Tobacco Prevention Program for the Arizona Department of Health. 


Mariah Erhart