What suboxone providers accept masshealth?

Not medical advice: The best way to find out what providers accept MassHealth is to call a provider and ask them directly.

To find a doctor associated with Suboxone, check out Suboxone’s website page dedicated to helping patients find a doctor.

Most commonly Suboxone is prescribed to treat opiate addiction. It is comprised of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opiate that should lessen the craving to use the stronger opiate the patient is trying to quit. Naloxone prevents Suboxone from being abused as it blocks the drug’s effect if it is injected as well as blocking other opiates.

Although less potent than commonly abused opiates, dependency may still occur. If dependency does form, Soboxone’s manufacturer offers helpful information at this link.

Friday, October 26 2012
Source: http://www.drugs.com/suboxone.html