REST LLC: Kentucky’s Choice is choosing to tackle the states opiate crisis by launching our telemedicine program. Many suboxone providers in the state have a long waiting list, aren’t accepting new patients or don’t have clinics in the areas needed most. We use telemedicine to reach the underserved population that lives in remote areas or those who can’t come into visit our treatment center in person.
What are the Advantages of Using Telemedicine?
REST LLC: Kentucky’s Choice has launched its medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program to bridge the gap between doctor and patient ratio. There are more people with opioid use disorder then there are providers right now, so we decided to level the playing field. The main advantages of using our telemedicine program is having a provider readily accessible, to ensure everyone who needs help can receive it and to make it easier for people to receive MAT.
Is Telemedicine Really Going to Take Off?
In a recent report issued by Accenture, it was found there are factors driving the surge of medical providers turning to telemedicine services. What was a $250 million industry just a couple years ago, topped $1 billion at the end of 2017. On-demand health care is changing the face of doctor-patient relationships and bringing important services to people who might not otherwise have access to it and addiction medicine is no different.
Contact REST LLC: Kentucky’s Choice for MAT
For everything you need to recover from drug addiction, you should contact REST LLC: Kentucky’s Choice. Our providers are trained and licensed to prescribe suboxone through our clinic location or via telemedicine services online. You don’t have to fear judgment from our caring staff because we are here to help you with total dedication, compassion and understanding. Please reach out today to learn more about our program, we accept state Medicaid, private insurance and self-pay patients, because it’s our goal to make sure everyone who comes to us has a chance to experience the beauty of recovery.