BioCorRx offers platform to medical professionals treating addiction during COVID-19 pandemic

BioCorRx offers platform to medical professionals treating addiction during COVID-19 pandemic

BioCorRx, Inc., a medication-assisted treatment company, is offering medical professionals the ability to use its mobile platform free of charge to help them treat those with substance use disorder during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The offer will let medical professionals talk with patients, or one another, in regards to treating a patient with Substance Use Disorder (SUD).

The BioCorRx Recovery Program is a proprietary medication-assisted treatment program that uses specific cognitive behavioral therapy modules to treat alcohol and opioid use disorders. A portion of the program, the company said in a press release, is done through a mobile application that lets physicians, behavioral specialists, and others involved in a patient’s treatment community.

BioCoreRx, Inc., said it would provide medical professionals with access to the program to use as they see fit, for free, and with no obligation to use any of the rest of the BioCorRx Program.

“We understand that during these difficult times the most vulnerable patients need the most help. While many of us have to put our life on hold during the current COVID-19 outbreak, people who are recovering from alcohol or opioid use disorder can’t afford to put their recovery on hold,” BioCorRx Director and CEO Brady Granier said. “For this reason, we are offering our BioCorRx mobile app for free to medical professionals who are looking for safe, virtual options in order to stay engaged with their patients. The app is HIPAA compliant and enables doctors and therapists to remotely conduct patient visits so that those in treatment have a better chance of staying on track with their recovery. It includes video, phone, text, scheduling, and many other features, all done securely from within the app. We believe it is crucial for those in recovery to have this kind of access to their treatment providers during these trying times.”