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As part of Bicycle Health’s comprehensive care model, our team has developed the Buprenorphine Induction Tool.
This innovative solution guides patients through their first asynchronous clinical visit and helps to create a personalized treatment and medication training plan, customized based on 14 patient-specific data points collected during the initial patient visit.
How Our Buprenorphine Induction Tool Works
After Bicycle Health’s Buprenorphine Induction Tool creates a personalized plan for each patient based on a provider’s notes, their provider then:
- Reviews and confirms the accuracy of the data in the tool
- Approves or revises the induction plan for the patient
- Finalizes the details of the plan, including such details as how long a patient should wait between each dose
Providers also have the option to share a unique link to the patient’s induction plan that the patient can access via their smartphone. After every dose of buprenorphine or suboxone, patients can use the Buprenorphine Induction Tool to complete a self-assessment and receive step-by-step instructions for follow-up doses based on timing and dose responses.
This innovative Buprenorphine Induction Tool gives patients the ability to track and provide information about their progress safely, securely, and intuitively and allows Bicycle Health providers to assess the efficacy of the care model and make adjustments as needed to optimize for patient outcomes.
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