What is Medication Management

Medication management is the prescription, administration, and review of medications and the side effects of drug therapy. It also involves the monitoring and reconciliation of prescription medications that a patient takes to verify that he/she is fulfilling the prescribed medication regimen and the combination of prescribed medications are safe. It is the responsibility of the practitioner to make certain that the patient is avoiding potentially unsafe drug issues and/or practices.  

SHYAS Medication Management Program


Medication Review

One of SHYAS' medical professionals will start with a review of all medications prescribed by all prescribers providing care to the patient and any over-the-counter and herbal products the patient may be taking to identify and address medication problems.

Medication Education and Consultation

Next step is to make sure patients and caregivers understand the proper way to use and administer each medication.  


SHYAS' medical team will then collaborate with other physicians and health care providers to develop and achieve an optimal medication therapy goal. 

Medication Misuse

SHYAS' Med Management protocol helps to eliminate the likelihood of medications being used incorrectly, this includes duplicate medications and unnecessary prescription medications.  

Medication Needs

SHYAS' medical professionals will also address the need for medication(s) for any untreated or inappropriately managed conditions.  

Suboxone Services

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a combination medication comprised of buprenorphine (a partial opioid agonist) and naloxone (an opioid antagonist) 

How Does Suboxone Help?

When taken properly, Suboxone tricks your opioid receptors into believing that your drug craving is fulfilled by releasing diminished amounts of opioids.  Treatment provides a way for you to gradually wean off your pre-existing addiction, while minimizing the withdrawal symptoms that comes from the process. 

How Do I Start Treatment

Contact our medical team of Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Psychiatrists to get started down the road of recovery today!