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We accept a growing number of insurance carriers
Prescription medication. On-demand care.
To book a call and connect with the Ophelia care team
And use Suboxone to manage withdrawal, ease cravings, + prevent overdose.
To continue getting treatment at home, on your own terms.
This program works. The staff is extremely professional and on point. I am very happy with the medical services that are provided. Thank you.
Ophelia has made it so easy and convenient to set up the treatment process. They have been so helpful and informative.
Everything has been very easy for me, and everyone I've spoken to has been incredibly kind and not judgmental at all throughout this experience.
I gave this high score because I feel that telemedicine really works for me. I'm a mom and work a full time job, and with hardly any free time, this works best for me.
At the moment, Ophelia clinicians primarily prescribe Suboxone or the generic buprenorphine / naloxone. We can also prescribe medication for symptoms related to withdrawal during induction, such as nausea or trouble sleeping. We do not currently prescribe ongoing medication for anxiety or depression.
Suboxone is a combination medication of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. It’s a partial opioid that binds to the same receptors in the brain as traditional opioids and reduces cravings and withdrawal symptoms but does not produce the same “high” at a therapeutic dosage so you can feel physically healthy and remain clear-headed all day.
There are very few side effects with Suboxone. If you experience any side effects, you can let your doctor know and we’ll change your treatment plan. We can always switch you to a different type of medication or change the dose. The most common side effects of daily tablets include (in order of most to least common): headaches, opioid withdrawal syndrome, pain, increased sweating, low blood pressure, and vomiting. The most common side effects seen in film formulations include: tongue pain, decreased sensation and redness in the mouth, headache, nausea, vomiting, excessive sweating, constipation, signs and symptoms of opioid withdrawal, sleeping difficulties, pain, and swelling of the extremities.
Yes - we work with a growing set of insurance plans, including AmeriHealth Caritas, Keystone First Health Plan, Fidelis, Empire BCBS, Highmark BCBS, Humana, Anthem CT, Geisinger Health Plan, and United Mine Workers Association. You may have a copay, coinsurance, deductible, or other financial responsibility as required by your insurance, which our care team will communicate to you during treatment.
If you don't have insurance or we aren't in-network with your plan, we have a transparent and easy out-of-pocket pricing plan: $195 per month. This covers all of your visits each month. Read more about Ophelia's pricing and what's included here.
We also offer financial assistance to a portion of our patients who qualify. Determinations are made on a case-by-case basis for those with demonstrated financial need. Please contact us at email@example.com or (215) 585-2144 for more information about our financial assistance program.
(1) Medication-Assisted Treatment Improves Outcomes for Patients With Opioid Use Disorder
(2) Optum and OptumLabs Contribute to Major New Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Study
Internal data analysis submitted to JAMA for publication overlaid on data from the following study: Treatment Outcome Comparison Between Telepsychiatry and Face-to-face Buprenorphine Medication-assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: A 2-Year Retrospective Data Analysis