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NHIA is the leading organization providing education, information, advocacy, and resources for the nation’s home and alternate site infusion provider community and the manufacturers, suppliers, and service companies that support the field.
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NHIF Benchmarking Program

Be part of NHIF’s benchmarking program to collect industry-wide, standardized data to establish a national reference point for performance and clinical metrics.

 

Get INSIGHT FROM THE NHIA COMMUNITY

Join the discussion and get insight from home & alternate site infusion professionals from across the industry. Whether you are looking for clinical guidance, operations advice, reimbursement tips or anything else—the NHIA Community has you covered.

INFUSION JOURNAL

Read the latest research in NHIF’s peer reviewed, scholarly publication that features independent original research and studies on the effects of infusion therapies related to patient outcomes, medication safety, economic analyses, drug stability studies, case studies, and evaluations of innovative clinical services.

Latest News

Why We Should Collect Race and Ethnicity Data in Health Care

As part of a strategic focus on promoting health equity, The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) recently adopted standardized categories for race and ethnicity data collection and is encouraging all providers to include voluntary questions to capture this data. NHIF will utilize this data throughout its projects to evaluate equitable access to infusion treatments in alternate sites.

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Access the NHIA Community via Mobile App

Connect to the NHIA Community on the go by using the Connected Community mobile app, available for Apple or Android. Browse an activity feed of the latest going on across your communities, post and reply to discussion threads, search for resources and other content, and send and receive messages from other users.

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NHIA Community Top Discussions

Review the list of the top discussion topics to gain insight from professionals from around the NHIA Community on the most pertinent and timely issues of the past year. Learn what other infusion providers are considering and jump in to share your perspective as well!

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New Ways to stay Updated on Community Activity

The NHIA Community provides you several ways to be notified of updates in the community, allowing you to adjust the frequency and format of your notifications. This way you know, on your schedule, when new discussion posts and replies are added or when there is other news or announcements.

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Celebrating 1 Year of the NHIA Community Platform

The NHIA Community has officially been supporting and connecting our members for one year. Although this is still just the early days of this incredible resource for the home and alternate site infusion industry, we have seen some amazing things during year one and have a lot more planned to continue to improve the platform and what it offers NHIA members.

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NHIA’s Michelle Simpson Earns Medical Writer Certification

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is pleased to announce that Michelle Simpson has recently earned the credential of Medical Writer Certified (MWC) after successfully completing the rigorous application and examination process developed and administered by the Medical Writing Certification Commission (MWCC) of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA).

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We Need Your Support

NHIA is dedicating extra resources to pursue legislation to allow home infusion providers to serve Medicare beneficiaries during the public health emergency related to COVID-19.