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 Post subject: Tampa Suboxone scam!!!!
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 3:02 pm 
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'Im addicted to dilaudad...Holy Shit I went to the newu website and it saysx they acept medicaid and they fuck1ng lied !!! They wnated cash up front and then didn't help me get my suboxone thru medicaid. Dont go to this Anewu!!! its a scam. Does anybosy kno about subdoctors.net? THEY SOUNDED cool when I called and I have an apointmment for this week. The "docs" at anewu don't care about you. YOure' just a paycheck to them!


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 6:38 pm 
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Regarding Anewu did you ask about their website? Curious why they would have a bold panel add about assistance with Medicaid. I guess they can claim that Suboxone is covered by Medicaid and insurance (which in our state is true), but the add doesn't say they accept it or would assist in obtaining it. A very shitty distinction I agree, but probably enough to escape scrutiny from the A.G. consumer affairs office.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:00 am 
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And in a state that was once plagued with pill-pushing doctors that slung lortab like crack-rocks before the tracking system was in-place...no surprise that the dragnet that didn't catch the pill-mill doctors has now turned them into Suboxone docs...after all, they ARE specialists in knowing what drugs they got their patients hooked on...now they are specialists in knowing what drug those same patients need to find any sort of peace in their lives....

I'm just a common, every-day person with street smarts, somewhat...but if I was once pushing lortab like candy in Florida...and the state imposed the drug monitoring system, I know exactly what I would do...take the 8-hour course so I could prescribe Suboxone...and keep robbing just like I was before...except this time, I'm dealing with the people that I was once handing scripts for "oh my back"...now they say "oh, I'm addicted" and the cash register sound goes off...

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Caching huh? Make that money run like honey on your tongue...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 8:34 am 
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AnewU Recovery in Tampa, FL is just great! You think they are a scam because they don't accept Medicaid? I have been going there for a little while and I have Medicaid. I had straight Medicaid at first and they worked to get me approved, and it worked. I paid zero out of pocket for meds! It doesn't cover the office visits or drug tests but the Suboxone cost more than any of that anyways! Then I got put on Amerigroup and they have not only made sure my meds were covered but filed appeals to keep it covered for me the whole time! This office is amazing. They truly care about their patients and work hard to help patients recover fro addiction. If you got a bad taste in your mouth about them it's because you didn't let them try to fight for you! They are out of network providers and try to help in any way they can.


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It's great to hear another point of view and I'm glad it's working for you! The OP may not have given AnewU enough of a chance, since it sounds like they do try to work with you. Maybe the OP was expecting more of a miracle situation.

I think that most people don't mind fighting for their recovery unless the treatment center has fees that are outrageous. Keep up the great recovery work, recoveryrox!

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2014 11:39 am 
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'Im addicted to dilaudad...Holy Shit I went to the newu website and it saysx they acept medicaid and they fuck1ng lied !!! They wnated cash up front and then didn't help me get my suboxone thru medicaid. Dont go to this Anewu!!! its a scam. Does anybosy kno about subdoctors.net? THEY SOUNDED cool when I called and I have an apointmment for this week. The "docs" at anewu don't care about you. YOure' just a paycheck to them!

Oh the horror, I cannot believe a place of business wanted money for their services, Im freaking gobsmacked I just don't understand it. Newsflash most sub patients don't just get a free ride, most of us have to pay the full amount cash up front every visit. I'm not bashing medicare patients either what Im bashing is the OP's completely entitled attitude as if the world owes him because of problems he caused for himself.


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[size=150]Buprecision, I understand what you're saying. Too many people try to find the free ride, or the easy way. But honestly it is not easy at all. Luckily the girls at AnewU really try to help. Even with insurance to help with the cost, they let me do a payment plan where I can pay over the phone for a week at a time, and they will call in a week worth of meds at a time. The place I ever went to in my life that would try so hard to help. Counseling is also an option. I see Ronique who comes in to meet with me around my office visits, so I go in see the Doc then the counselor and it's so cheap compared to what I'd pay going anywhere else. Plus this office is open at night once a week and on Saturday, so I don't have to worry about asking for time off at work.
Lots of places say they'll help and don't, I agree with that, but once my friends told me these guys actually wanted to help taper and get off of Suboxone one day, then I came in and they were even more helpful they I thought they'd be well I'm thankful and grateful for these chicks who treat me like they are my friends and are always looking out for mew.


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