The federal government passed laws that allow your provider to use buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorder in their clinic. Federal law also describes your rights to confidentiality.
- The laws that permit office-based opioid treatment and which types of providers can participate in this type of care
- Buprenorphine’s status as a controlled substance and what that means concerning its risks and getting the prescription filled/renewed
- Your rights to confidentiality (and exceptions) for treatment of substance use disorder, specifically office-based treatment of opioid use disorder
- Unique characteristics of payment for