Can Suboxone be prescribed via telemedicine?
Absolutely . You can make an appointment here and be seen the same day by a suboxone doctor
In recent years, elite tech entrepreneurs have started flocking to the addiction treatment industry. They see a huge opportunity, especially now that government limitations on Suboxone telemedicine have been loosened as part of COVID-19.
News articles about tech multimillionaires raising millions in venture capital funding are aplenty, as are trendy and sophisticated websites for online Suboxone treatment. They regard addiction telemedicine as a gold mine waiting to be discovered. This isn't always a negative thing. Patients in many underserved communities have a difficult time finding a Suboxone doctor. Local clinics are completely full, with no openings. Alternatively, the clinics are either too far distant to visit on a regular basis. These new online Suboxone programs are a welcome contribution to expanding the availability of medication-assisted therapy for opioid addiction to everyone who requires it. You simply register online, and a qualified suboxone doctor is swiftly assigned to you for a video conference session.
Suboxone telemedicine services make opioid addiction therapy more accessible than ever before. You don't have to leave your house to see your doctor. You will not have to wait in a crowded waiting room with other patients to see a Suboxone doctor. However, the fast-food approach of same-day, drive-thru Suboxone treatment with an online telemedicine doctor has its limitations. You're likely to be paired with new doctors for each appointment if you go to a large, tech-driven medical practice. Medical visits are brief, and your doctor has little time to get to know you.
In a large online Suboxone practice, requesting particular care is akin to ordering a well-done sandwich with a hint of pink in the middle from a McDonald's. Unfortunately, individual requirements are frequently unmet on the production line of modern medicine. You risk being left out in the cold if you have an issue like a lost Suboxone prescription while on vacation as long as medical treatment is handled by business people who are more focused on profits and returns than individual patients. What should you do if this happens? Who should you call or where should you go next? Call us. we are small and will spend time getting to know you