Providing Solutions for the Home & Alternate Site Infusion Community
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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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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NHIA 2023 Conference

Join 1,500 infusion professionals in Washington, D.C., March 25-29 for the industry’s leading education and networking event. The NHIA Annual Conference is the ideal event for infusion professionals or those seeking opportunities in the industry to come together, earn CE or CME, and explore the latest trends in offering home-based services.

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

NHIA Announces 2023 Class of Fellows

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is pleased to announce the 2023 Fellow Program (FNHIA) cohort, made up of highly accomplished home and alternate site infusion professionals.

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Setting the record straight on home infusion therapy

NHIA President & CEO Connie Sullivan responds to recent alarmist news stories based on flawed research about CLABSI surveillance in home infusion.

“Misleading stories about the risks of home infusion have real consequences and may result in fewer patients eventually having access to these essential services.”

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Patient, Stakeholder Groups Urge Congress to Address Medicare’s Failed Home Infusion Benefit

A diverse group of 30 patient and stakeholder groups are calling on Congress to address Medicare beneficiary access to home infusion services. In a letter to lawmakers, which brings together stakeholders from across the care continuum, the groups urge congressional leaders to advance the Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act (S. 2652/H.R. 5067) and increase access to home infusion therapy for Medicare beneficiaries.

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NHIF: Supporting home infusion

The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) invests in and performs research as well as recognizes and supports outstanding home infusion professionals and their work.