About 40.7% of the 194 primary care clinics screened in Michigan will provide appointments for new consumers who is currently receiving opioid therapy for chronic pain. About 41.8% of clinics were willing to schedule an initial appointment. About 17.0% of the clinics requested more information about the individual before making a decision. These findings were presented in "Access to Primary Care Clinics for Patients With Chronic Pain Receiving Opioids," by Pooja A. Lagisetty, M.D., MSc; Nathaniel Healy, BS; Claire Garpestad, BS; Mary Jannausch, MS; Renuka Tipirneni, M.D., MSc; and Amy S. B. Bohnert, Ph.D . . .