Patients sit down with a physician one-on-one to discuss their history, current status, and future goals. A treatment plan is formulated and patients are given a prescription to take to the pharmacy.
Each visit, patients are required to provide a urine sample to identify what substances are in their bodies. This is in order to monitor that patients are not consuming substances harmful to their recovery, and that patients are taking their Suboxone medication as directed. The lab that collects and processes the urine screens is a separate company from MATR. Therefore, they bill insurance for their services.