NEW YORK - September 23, 2019 - (Newswire.com)
Recovery Delivered is built to remove the barriers to success in a medication-assisted treatment program for opioid use disorder. These factors were identified as cost of treatment, ease of access to care and time commitment needed. Christen R. of Phoenix said, "The reason Suboxone® treatment didn't work for me was the time and cost. I had to travel to a doctor each week while maintaining a job and it was over $150/visit, plus the cost of medication. I simply couldn't afford the time off work."
"We saw this across the country," co-founder and CMO of Recovery Delivered Marcus Hansen said. "It's amazing to me that if you need a ride somewhere, you get on your phone and a car shows up. As a man, if I have hair loss issues or ED, I can order that all online with little to no hassle. If I need more printer paper, I jump on Amazon.com and I have it in an hour at most. So why has every other industry become customer-centric, except addiction treatment? We are here to fix that."
Recovery Delivered provides weekly meetings with doctors, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who prescribe addiction medications such as naloxone, Suboxone®, and buprenorphine/naloxone. These medications aid in the person's ability to manage their cravings, allowing them to work through other areas of treatment that are needed to become fully drug-free. Recovery Delivered also offers one-on-one addiction counseling and group therapy sessions to those that want the same, easy to access, care.
As of 9/23/2019, Recovery Delivered accepts most major insurances as well as Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS). For cash-pay clients, the cost is roughly 50% the average cash rate from physical clinics. Finally, Recovery Delivered delivers all prescribed medications directly to the patient, eliminating another step in the process of recovery.
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Original Source: Recovery Delivered Launches New Website Aimed at Taking Addiction Treatment Online to Increase Success Rate When Treating the Opioid Epidemic