No, by default. When you contact a patient through the TreatmentMatch site, your email address is not exposed to the patient nor can they respond to you by email. Instead they are instructed to call the phone number you provide to set up an appointment or discuss their eligibility. If you prefer patients receive your email address, include it in the message section of your patient response email. Contacting a patient is not an invitation or commitment to treat them only to advance the conversation to determine their compatibility with your practice.
Yes, by turning off patient alert emails, your account would be essentially off. That can be done on the provider home page under "Account Status" or under "edit account details".
Click the link "add a location" below "My Practice Location" on the home page.
Below each practice location address is a link "edit this location" click it, make the changes and click submit. The changes take effect instantly. You also have the option to change, edit, or delete a default message used when contacting patients. When you are contacting a patient you will be able to tailor this message to the individual patient.
Account details such as these are accessible under the Control Panel by clicking "edit account details".
Since we use your last name and DEA number to verify your identity, you cannot change it yourself. If your name or DEA number does change, please contact us via the "Question, comment or suggestion" link and we can make the change and verify your credentials.
If you conduct statewide tele-medicine, you can get a special practice location which will give you access to all patients within the state(s) which you are licensed to practice in. Please contact us via the "Question, comment or suggestion" link to make arrangements.
See the SAMHSA website
See the SAMHSA Buprenorphine Waiver page
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