Does Medicaid cover Bicycle Health Suboxone treatment in Wyoming?

No

Unfortunately, Medicaid does not cover Bicycle Health Suboxone treatment in Wyoming. However, there are alternative solutions if you do not have insurance coverage.

For a monthly program fee of $199, Bicycle Health provides everything you need to quit opiates for good. There are no phone trees and no hidden fees.

If you enroll, the monthly program fee will cover doctor’s visits, unlimited instant messaging, counseling, care navigation, online support groups, and lab tests. While Bicycle Health cannot accept Medicaid for our monthly program fees, Medicaid will cover the costs of Suboxone at the pharmacy in most cases. For full coverage details, reach out to the Bicycle Health enrollment team.

You can also check your state’s website for the most up-to-date online information, or this helpful table from the Kaiser Family Foundation (a national not-for-profit organization) for a quick reference guide on Medicaid coverage.

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  • Unlimited instant messaging
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Does Medicaid cover Bicycle Health Suboxone treatment in Wyoming?

The short answer is yes, Bicycle Health Suboxone treatment is covered in Wyoming by Medicaid. The extent of the coverage Medicaid offers depends on your specific plan.

Fortunately, the majority of health insurance companies provide coverage for Suboxone treatment. Many subscribers want to know if Medicaid covers Bicycle Health Suboxone treatment in Wyoming.

The nuances of insurance plans are numerous and often confusing. The cost of Suboxone treatment may vary depending on which clinic, doctor, or provider you choose. Some plans require referrals, while others do not. Some plans cover the generic form of Suboxone, while others only cover the brand name. Some plans offer full coverage, while others offer partial coverage. Some plans charge a copayment with each prescription, while other plans do not. There are a myriad of variations between insurance policies and their benefits.

The easiest way to learn more about your specific Medicaid plan’s Suboxone insurance, call Bicycle Health at (844)-943-2514. You can also call the number on the back of your insurance card for general information on your summary of benefits and coverage.

You can also check your state’s website for the most up-to-date online information, or this helpful table from the Kaiser Family Foundation (a national not-for-profit organization) for a quick reference guide on Medicaid coverage.

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What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a brand name for a medication that health care providers commonly prescribe to help people who want to stop using opioids. Suboxone is a combination of two different medicines: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist, which means that it binds to cells in the body in a way that blocks opioid cravings but does not produce impairment or intoxication when taken as prescribed. Naloxone is a medicine that makes it even less likely that individuals will misuse the medication by making it almost impossible to produce intoxication. Naloxone does not have any effect on buprenorphine’s ability to block cravings, but it does prevent people from becoming intoxicated from the buprenorphine. When taken together in a medication like Suboxone, they are a very safe and effective way to help people stop taking opioids and eliminate cravings. They do not produce intoxication in most people.

Suboxone is a brand name, and there are also other brand names for buprenorphine/naloxone. A couple of examples of other brand names for the combination of buprenorphine and naloxone are Zubsolv and Bunavail. There are also generic formulations that contain the same active ingredients but might be more accessible depending on insurance coverage. Some of these are in pill form, and others are sublingual strips that dissolve in the mouth.

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Is Suboxone treatment a fit for you?

Contact us directly to speak with a specialist.

Does Medicaid Cover Telehealth Treatment?

Right now, almost all states where Medicaid covers buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) also has Medicaid coverage for telehealth treatment. The federal government now allows doctors to prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) via telehealth with no in-person visits, but we are currently waiting for guidance from the federal government about whether providers will be able to continue prescribing Suboxone via telehealth visits after the COVID-19 emergency is declared over. That means that right now, most people can use Bicycle Health telehealth with no copayment or a small one. In addition, states are currently re-evaluating how they cover telehealth with Medicaid, and most states are expanding their telehealth coverage. There is no single answer to “does Medicaid pay for telehealth treatment,” and we do not expect people to figure it out for themselves. If you would like us to check for you, please contact us here or call us at (844) 943-2514. 

How Can Suboxone Be More Affordable?

Medicaid covers buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) in almost all states, and in the states where it does not, there are often other options available that can be just as affordable. Please contact us directly, and we can check your coverage information on an individual basis. You can also check your state’s Medicaid website for the most up-to-date online information, or this helpful table from the Kaiser Family Foundation (a national not-for-profit organization) for a quick reference guide on Medicaid coverage.

Which Insurance Providers Cover Bicycle Health in Wyoming?

Medicaid does not cover treatment at Bicycle Health. We accept self payment and private health insurance from the following companies:

Which Insurance Providers Cover Bicycle Health in Wyoming?

Medicaid does cover treatment at Bicycle Health. We also accept self payment and private health insurance from the following companies:

Frequently asked questions

What can I expect from a telehealth Suboxone treatment for opioid dependence?

At Bicycle Health’s online clinic, we combine buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) treatment with behavioral health supports, including online support groups and linkage to individual and in-person services. This approach bypasses typical barriers to treatment to help you or your loved one overcome opioid dependence quickly and effectively.

Why should I choose virtual treatment over an in-person one?

Our telehealth approach to treatment means no more time lost commuting to clinic visits, no long wait-times for in-person visits, and no more being unable to access treatment due to a lack of clinics in your area.

Bicycle Health’s opioid use disorder treatment means you have access to:
  • confidential phone & video calls with your medical provider
  • experienced, addiction-medicine trained online Suboxone doctors who truly care
  • online support groups from the privacy of your own home
  • more privacy compared to in-person treatment options

Is my personal data safe with Bicycle Health?

At Bicycle Health, we protect the privacy of our patients’ health information in accordance with federal and state law. In particular, we protect the privacy and security of your substance use disorder in accordance with 42 U.S.C. § 290dd–2 and 42 C.F.R. Part 2, the Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records (“Part 2”), in addition to HIPAA (Health Information Portability Act) and applicable state law. 

For more information on telehealth privacy standards, click here. You can review Bicycle Health’s privacy and informed consent policies here and here
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Imagine what’s possible on the other side of opioid use disorder.

Our science-backed approach boasts 95% of patients reporting no withdrawal symptoms at 7 days. We can help you achieve easier days and a happier future.

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