What is MUSIC MPOP?
The Michigan Pain-control Optimization Pathway (MPOP) is a quality improvement program that aims to safely limit, if appropriate, the number of opioid tablets a patient receives after a surgical procedure. For urologic care, this currently includes radical prostatectomy (prostate surgery), ureteroscopy (URS, kidney stone surgery), and vasectomy procedures. Physicians and clinic staff provide education on expectations and alternative pain management strategies to patients appropriate for this pathway following their procedure. Our goal is to provide patient’s with the best possible care, to help patients recover faster and return to their normal self without exposing them or their family to the risk that opioids pose.
For a patient educational brochure on expectations and strategies for safely managing pain after your prostate surgery, please click on the link below:
For a physician resource on medication guidance recommendation intra- and post- operatively for patients undergoing prostate surgery, please click the link below:
For a patient educational document on expectations after undergoing a ureteroscopy (URS), surgery to remove or fragment your kidney stones, please click on the link below. This educational patient document is also available in MUSIC urologists’ offices.
For a physician resource on medication guidance recommendations intra- and post-operatively for patients undergoing a ureteroscopy, please click on the link below:
For a patient educational document on expectations and strategies for safely managing pain after your vasectomy surgery, please click on the link below:
For an educational resource with guidelines for following the MPOP Vasectomy pathway, please click on the link below:
If you have further questions or concerns regarding MUSIC MPOP, please contact the MUSIC Coordinating Center at 855.456.2035 or firstname.lastname@example.org.