The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) piloted a national data dashboard, called the Opioid Overdose Tracker, which tracks the rate of nonfatal opioid overdoses. The program utilizes emergency medical services (EMS) patient care reports and maps them across all 50 states, three territories (Virgin Islands, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands), and the District of Colombia. The information provided by the tracker includes patients believed to be experiencing an opioid overdose when treated by an EMS clinician and who are still alive after arriving at a medical facility or after the completion of EMS treatment. Additionally, the map shows the estimated amount of time that it takes for EMS to reach someone who is overdosing, the percentage of patients who were treated only by EMS or taken to a location other than a medical facility, and the average number of naloxone medications dispensed to a patient.