The suppliers listed follow Buoy’s clinical guidelines, but listing the suppliers does not constitute a referral or recommendation by Buoy. When you click on the link and/or engage with these services Buoy will be compensated.
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Frequently asked questions
Buoy is a healthcare marketplace that connects people with the right treatment options for their situation. Buoy helps people learn about treatments, which they can choose to use. Treatment providers pay Buoy to have their information on our platform. Buoy only shows providers on our website when their services are clinically relevant in helping the user address their symptoms or conditions. But listing the providers does not constitute a referral or endorsement.
Buoy’s clinicians present treatments based on established protocols of care, evidence-based guidelines, and clinical experience.
The treatment providers on our website have to meet Buoy’s clinical standards. These providers must be properly licensed and credentialed; practice evidence-based medicine and follow established guidelines; monitor safety and efficacy; and protect user privacy.
Yes. You can still use Buoy if you have a primary care provider. Buoy may provide access to treatment options that you cannot easily access elsewhere. Talk to your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.