I have insurance but The insurance doctors aren't taking patients for suboxone. So I want to pay out of pocket for the doctor bc they are accepting patients right away can I then use my insurance for the medication or is that illegal??? Just so clear I want to pay for a doctor that don't accept my insurance so I can get in right away but I'm eanting to use my insurance for meds is that ok??
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