The greatest hindrances in overcoming opioid addiction is managing the physical dependence that has developed through the continued use of opioids. The resulting cravings and withdrawal symptoms make starting the trail to recovery difficult and increase the likelihood of relapse. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) utilizes a mix of medication like methadone, buprenorphine and buprenorphine/naloxone(Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail) alongside counseling to provide a comprehensive approach to treatment. The support provided by MAT also allows patients to return to productive lives within their families, jobs, and communities. Our physicians will meet with each new patient to work out the foremost therapeutic course of treatment and can continually monitor their progress through recovery. When the physical symptoms of addiction are managed, the patient features a greater opportunity to participate in and enjoy counseling services. This combination of medication alongside counseling and social services is taken into account the gold standard of care.
Healthcare Services Medical histories, annual physical examinations, and blood chemistry analyses. Routine drug testing and medical treatment planning for the abuse of alcohol and non-opioid drugs. Diagnosis of and referral to other healthcare matters where applicable. Testing, treatment/counseling, and education for TB and HIV/AIDS. Health awareness, wellness, and nutrition education.
The private sector is often more efficient (and, thus, lower cost) than the public/non-profit sector. In BHG’s case, instead of relying on donations or taxpayer revenue to exist, our treatment facilities must be self-sustaining. As a result, we are very diligent when it comes to site selection and maintaining efficient operations. This also keeps us focused on customer satisfaction and providing effective, prompt, and courteous service to patients. As a result, patient outcomes and satisfaction scores for private, for-profit entities often surpass those of public or non-profit entities.