Nurse care manager models for primary care office-based buprenorphine treatment for opioid use disorder produced net practice revenue increases of $23,000 to $70,000 per physician in the first year. Of four models evaluated, the primary care practices that had positive net revenue from buprenorphine prescribing also had at least nine consumers receiving treatment and a no-show rate of less than 34%. An analysis of revenue changes at primary care practices that implemented buprenorphine-based addiction treatment found four delivery models that resulted in positive net revenues, with the increases ranging from $18,000 to $70,000 . . .
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