Career | <?phpecho $jobTitle;?> | <?phpecho $companyName;?>

Physician (MD/DO) -1099

Groups Recover Together

Kentucky, US / Remote
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Function: Life Sciences R&D/Engineering
  • Industry: HealthCare Services
  • Post Date: 06/11/2024
  • Website:
  • Company Address: 111 S Bedford St, Burlington, MA, 01803

About Groups Recover Together

Groups Recover Together is the national leader in value-based care for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) that is proven to help people beat addiction and get their lives back.

Job Description


Groups is searching for a Physician to join our team. This is a 1099 position, however we do have W2 opportunities available. 


Offering $200 an hour depending on licensure. 


Minimum 5 hours weekly based on availability (M-F; evenings included).


Groups delivers a proven, evidence-based model of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), considered the gold standard for the treatment of opiate use disorder by the American Society for Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association (SAMHSA). We empower our members to regain control of their lives through a combination of therapy and medication.


Physician (1099) Requirements:

  • Active, Unencumbered State License (MD/DO) in Kentucky
  • Active, Individual DEA with address listed in Kentucky (please note that if you intend on prescribing in multiple states, a separate DEA is required in each state in which you are planning on prescribing).
  • DEAX designation as formerly required to prescribe Buprenorphine - OR - Proof of 8hr of Qualified Training as assigned by SAMHSA will be required (experience prescribing in the MAT/SUD space preferred; in-direct/relative experience considered).
  • Proof of Active Board Certification (MD or DO; any specialty)
  • Ability to work in-office at one or more of the following locations at least 5hrs per week: Ashland, Hazard, Corbin, London, Pineville, Pikeville, and Winchester. 


Physician (1099) Responsibilities:

  • Assist in conducting intakes. Physicians see patients after they have already undergone an extensive evaluation by the counselor.
  • Monitor patients' clinical progress at regular group counseling sessions. Groups are run by specialized counseling staff; physicians participate by answering questions and managing patients’ medication dosing.
  • Authorize patients' prescriptions during monthly visits with patient panels.
  • Complete all notes and reporting in Groups EMR system within required timeline (providers receive full orientation/ training on Clinical Protocols before eligible to begin work with Groups)

*We utilize strict protocols to guide clinical decision-making. We have also developed a unique, technology-driven and team-based clinical system that handles all day-to-day patient management and regulatory compliance. This allows physicians to focus exclusively on medical management.

We use cookies to customize your user experience. Click “Agree” if you agree with our Policy.