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Renaissance Physicians Network provides outpatient addiction treatment to chemically dependent individuals struggling with opiate addiction. Clients are required to receive counseling once monthly and are provided buprenorphine medication such as Suboxone, Subutex, and Zubsolv. Renaissance Physicians Network offers virtual medical assistance to provide clients with access to experienced specialists and physicians in the form of email, phone, or video conference communication.

Facility Highlights

  • Video Conference Treatment
  • Physician Consultation
  • Medication Assisted

Specialization

  • Outpatient Treatment

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  • Individualized Treatment

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ABOUT RENAISSANCE PHYSICIANS NETWORK

Based in North Hills, Calif., Renaissance Physicians Network offers membership-based, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals struggling with opiate/opioid dependency. Adolescent clients, between the ages of 16 and 18, need parental consent before starting treatment at Renaissance, and the facility does not treat individuals under the age of 16.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

According to the facility's website, providers at Renaissance ensure clients are cared for with the most ethical, up-to-date, and safe treatment methods possible. Stressing quality and individualized treatment plans, clinicians treat clients with medications containing buprenorphine, including Suboxone, Subutex, Bunavail, or Zubsolv. Designed to alleviate the symptoms of withdrawal and help curb cravings, all four medication are FDA-approved to help treat opioid/opiate dependency.

As a means to help clients save time and money, Renaissance provides consultations through a telehealth delivery method which utilizes video-conferencing, email, and phone. This application is designed to work anywhere internet is available or on a mobile device, eliminating the need to commute to appointments. In-person consultations are also available, depending on the client’s location.

To address the underlying factors that may contribute to addictive behavior, clients are encouraged to attend individual and group counseling, as well as participate in self-help groups. If clients do not already have a regular addiction counselor, Renaissance can refer individuals to certified addiction counselors in their area. To participate in the program, clients are required to submit to monthly drug testing.

The process of treatment at Renaissance includes three basic steps. Clients first provide their information online and wait for a response, typically within 24 hours. Next, clients consult with a doctor via the program’s video-conferencing application. After the consultation is completed, clients are prescribed the appropriate medication, which can be picked up at their local pharmacy. Clients consult with a physician monthly.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

According to their website, clients are partnered with physicians licensed to practice medicine in that client’s home state. Physicians require a valid waiver to prescribe medications containing buprenorphine.

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FINANCING

Memberships cost $300 per month, which includes doctor consultations and telehealth. While the network itself does not currently accept insurance, the prescription medications may be covered by insurance plans.

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