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New Study Shows Tele-OUD Treatment Associated with Reductions in Patient Risks for Relapse

A presentation featuring the results of Bicycle Health's Behavioral Addiction Monitor (BAM) findings

"This study shows once again how safe and effective tele-OUD treatment is"

Opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment via telehealth reduces patient risks for relapse, lowers the use of other drugs and alcohol, and reduces OUD risk factors while simultaneously increasing protective factors, according to an analysis of Bicycle Health patients who completed the standardized Brief Addiction Monitor (BAM) assessment.

The results were presented at the ATA2023 Annual Conference & Expo on March 5, 2023 by Bicycle Health, the leading telehealth provider of integrated medical and behavioral health care for opioid use disorder (OUD) in the United States.

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A Word from Ankit Gupta
Founder and CEO, Bicycle Health

"In 2021, we saw over 75,000 opioid-related deaths in the U.S. — yet less than 10% of people accessed treatment, usually due to stigma, lack of accessibility, and the cost of treatment. This descriptive review is a major validation of Bicycle Health’s innovative telehealth model as we work to bring effective OUD treatment to patients across the country, and ultimately help more people live fulfilling lives free from opioid addiction."