FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I already use caution when prescribing opioids, why do I need ONE Rx?

It’s a proactive approach to assess opioid-related risks

Screen for risk

Intake forms assess the patient-risk level if they are considering an opioid prescription

Reminder to prescribe Naloxone  (Check out this handout about Naloxone)

Links to treatment services for patients in need

Tips for patient education and nonjudgmental conversation

Can I enroll into ONE Rx as a prescriber?

Want to learn more or are interested and wondering where to start? Contact us here!

Would I get reimbursement for conducting ONE Rx screening?

You can consider working with your billing department to see if this can be billed for SBIRT services (Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment)

Can other healthcare professionals receive training?

Training is free and open to all

Pharmacist training modules are best fit for providers

Technician training modules may assist nursing and/or support staff if using ONE Rx tools

Neither Continuing Medical Education nor Continuing Nursing Education are available for these trainings at this time.

Does this add a lot of time into my patient interactions?

Average time spent to conduct screening and interventions = 5 minutes

Nursing and/or support staff can work with patient to complete screening tool if pain is chief complaint

What resources are available for me?

CDC guideline for Prescribing Opioids for chronic pain

Coaching calls