MOC is available to:
Arrange patient consultations For providers who enroll in the program, MOC can deliver same-day patient consultations with our physician team. They can assist with questions and concerns related to treating patients with OUD, providing care to pregnant patients with substance use disorder (SUD), treatment of Hepatitis C, and more.
Assist with education needs MOC can assist providers with the process of receiving the DEA X-license and provide support as providers begin to prescribe medications for addiction treatment. MOC also hosts educational webinars on stigma, harm reduction, polysubstance use, chronic pain treatment, DATA 2000 Waiver Trainings, and introductory course on treating patients with buprenorphine.
Help with clinic workflow MOC offers technical assistance and educational support to clinics and providers starting to prescribe MOUD. This can include discussing the waiver process, workflow, treatment contracts, obtaining, interpreting and best practices with urine drug screenings (UDS). MOC can also disseminate information to your clinic about changing guidelines for telehealth and controlled substance prescribing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Provide evidence-based resources Our interdisciplinary team has built a large library of helpful tools and resources like clinic setup and workflow documents, toolkits for new buprenorphine providers, and peer-reviewed addiction research articles.