NHIA is here to support our member’s work; and to lead the fight for better access to home infusion for Medicare beneficiaries and regulatory policies that reduce the administrative burden on providers. Home and alternate site infusion providers coordinate care through highly skilled professionals as a team that will often include the infusion pharmacist, infusion nurses, physician, and dietitian to help ensure the patient is receiving the best care possible.
A personalized continuing education (CE) learning dashboard of essential education, all at no-cost to NHIA Members.
Action: Login to NHIA U and start shopping the available courses.
Join the discussion and gain insight from your peers in home & alternate site infusion. Whether you are looking for clinical guidance, operations advice, or reimbursement tips – the NHIA Community is a Great Place to Connect.
Action: Login to the NHIA Community or the Connected Community mobile app (available for Apple or Android). At the Domain request use: community.nhia.org.
NHIA is the voice of the home and alternate site infusion community. We advocate on a wide range of important health care issues for our members and their patients including reimbursement, policy and advocacy.
Action: Tell Congress to pass the Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act, write an op-ed for your local paper, invite patients to share their success stories with NHIA, and much more.
All NHIA members can be listed on the NHIA website under the Connect tab. Provider members can list their pharmacy on the online NHIA Provider Directory to allow patients to search for their location on a map. Supplier and Consultant members are listed by name.
NHIA members can list open job positions from across the home and alternate site infusion community for free on the self-service job form.
The official publication of NHIA covers topics of interest to pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nurses, marketing and reimbursement specialists, physicians, case managers, CEOs, and other senior management.
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.
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The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is committed to meeting the needs of its growing and diverse membership—and to advocating on behalf of our members and the home-based infusion patient.
Home and alternate site infusion providers coordinate care through highly skilled professionals in a team that will often include the infusion pharmacist, infusion nurses, physician, and dietitian to help ensure the patient is receiving the best care possible. NHIA is here to support this work; to lead the fight for better access to home infusion for Medicare beneficiaries and regulatory policies that reduce the administrative burden on providers.
Any and all staff from NHIA member companies are eligible to receive all benefits NHIA offers. Membership categories and benefits for different types of business can be found in the section below.
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