This is an important point to discuss because adopting a program like HARMS may seem to take up extra time. In our experience, it actually saves times and stress for the physician because you don't have to be keeping track of specifics around monitoring your opioid patients (you know that they are all at least getting monitored with UDT).
Our clinic is in a unique model (RNPGA) where UDT interpretation is "in the basket" so UDT billing doesn't even cover the cost of the IA panels. We collect 5% shadow billing. A summary of the OHIP codes will be posted here shortly.