Begin Buprenorphine Treatment from the privacy of your home. All accomplished through your smartphone.

BUPE.ME | Telemedicine with Suboxone

We are glad you are here. Let’s get straight to the point. We have been asked by the federal government to provide telemedicine with Suboxone. We have helped patients in multiple states and currently adding more states to our list. We hope we have a chance to work with you.

It’s only $125 a month. Let’s start today! 

Our intake team is here for you live 7 days a week. 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM EST 

*(Payments made before 5 PM EST)

Please watch a short introduction to our program below:

Telemedicine with Suboxone can provide a low-cost, user-friendly program that allows you to live a normal life.

No longer will you have to ask for time off from work to go to an office or ask friends to give you a ride or find a baby sitter. You now can receive low-cost treatment in the privacy of your own home.

When you are ready, fill out the registration. When finished with the form, one of our medical team members will reach out to you and set your telemedicine visit with one of our providers. 

Make sure you watch the introduction video before requesting a call when your registration has been completed.

If you are ready to begin Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) in a structured program, we are ready for you. All from the privacy of your home. All through your smartphone.

WHAT IS YOUR GENERAL PROGRAM?

The general program is very simple. Once you have decided to start, you complete our online registration process. This is a series of questions, videos, and documents to review, answer, and sign. The online registration process takes about 45 minutes. The entire process can be accomplished through your smartphone and it’s $125/month.

Once you have completed the online registration process and made your payment, we will contact you from our phone number 800.969.8774  One of our intake specialists will talk to you and then you will speak to your provider.

Once your admission is completed then a prescription will be sent electronically to the pharmacy.  Congratulations! You are in a treatment program. And you never even had to leave work or home.

Our current treatment coverage

SOUTHEAST

  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Georgia
  • Alabama
  • Kentucky
  • Florida
  • Virginia
  • Tennesee 
  • West Virginia
  • Mississipi

NORTHEAST

  • Delaware
  • Maine
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Massachusetts 
  • Rhode Island

SOUTHWEST

  • Texas
  • Arizona
  • Colorado

MIDWEST

  • Minnesota
  • Ohio
  • Iowa
  • Wisconsin

WEST COAST

  • Alaska
  • California

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TELL ME ABOUT COST, WHAT WILL INSURANCE COVER?

Most insurance plans will cover your prescription. Please check with insurance provider for details prior to your admission.

If your insurance does not cover your medication, we recommend checking GoodRx and single care. 

TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE REGISTRATION PROCESS

The thinking behind our registration process is simple. Before we even meet with you in person, let’s go ahead and lay out everything we need to know about you and everything you need to know about us and the medications we use. The first part of registration is just simple demographics. Who are you? Where do you live? What is your date of birth? Address?

Next, we want to know more about your medical history, medications, medical, surgical, family, psychiatric, and legal history. Then there are two documents for you to review in great detail and sign. These are somewhat lengthy but important documents called a narcotics agreement and an informed consent document.

Finally, there is a series of videos for you to watch and answer some fairly specific questions. After all this is completed, you are ready to begin interacting with us through live, real-time telemedicine. Again, all through your smartphone.

WHAT WILL MY FIRST TELEMEDICINE ENCOUNTER BE LIKE?

Now remember, we function from a position of two-way honesty at all times. You be honest with us. We will be honest with you. We ourselves have been somewhat disappointed and frustrated at times with the current state of telemedicine. Dropped calls, garbled speech, poor connections, feedback (we hate feedback), you name it, we’ve been through it with our people. But we have always found a way to get everything to work for everyone. And the same will apply to your first telemedicine encounter.

But it should be becoming obvious why we want everything reliably documented before we bring in the telemedicine aspect. 

 

Through the proper combination of Telemedicine, Internet broadcasts, and a Smartphone, we can bring our Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) provider, counselor, and even a pastor to you , directly through your smartphone. The nightmare is over.

You will see us every Thursday during our weekly mandatory meeting and you can always go back and watch and listen to previous recordings of the meeting again”

WHAT ABOUT THE DRUG SCREENING PROCESS?

We will be drug screening periodically. But you will be able to complete the drug screen from the privacy of your home and upload the results directly into your medical record. 

WHAT ABOUT BENZODIAZEPINES?

We follow the guidance of the FDA. There is a well-documented risk of death in combining buprenorphine with benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, and Restoril. This risk of death will be on you, not on us. You were warned.

But the FDA has stated that we should not withhold buprenorphine from an individual due simply to the presence of a prescribed benzodiazepine.

Our job is to explain the risk of death from the drug combination to you. Your job is to decide what the appropriate action for you is. But the risk is on you. Not us.

It is your responsibility to inform your other providers of your Buprenorphine treatment so they can adjust your treatment plan if they feel it’s necessary. 

 

WHAT IF I AM CURRENTLY ON METHADONE?

The transition from methadone to buprenorphine can be done. But it is not an easy transition. We will assist throughout the process.

 

WHAT IF MY MEDICATION IS LOST OR STOLEN?

We simply cannot be replacing lost or stolen medication through telemedicine. You are asked and are required to keep your medication under lock and protected. Quite frankly, if you cannot keep and protect your medication from others, you may not be a good candidate for a telemedicine program.

Treatment should be readily available – World Health Organization

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