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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.

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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NHIA Receives Honor from NewYorkBIO

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) was honored as a “COVID Hero of New York” by NewYorkBIO, a group that brings together nearly 300 of the state’s bioscience companies, universities, research institutions, and others dedicated to advancing life science research and commercialization.

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Health Systems, Hospitals Urge Congress to Address Home Infusion Access in Medicare

Dozens of health systems, hospitals, and group purchasing organizations are calling on Congress to address Medicare beneficiary access to home infusion services and pass legislation that would increase access to home-based care, urging congressional leaders to advance the Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act (S. 2652/H.R. 5067) to encourage access to home infusion therapy for Medicare beneficiaries.

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NHIA to Hold First-Ever Home and Specialty Infusion Payor Summit

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) will hold its first-ever home and specialty infusion payor summit November 2 in Dallas, TX. The event is designed to bring together leaders from commercial health insurance plans with home and specialty infusion experts to discuss how payors can better leverage home infusion to lower the total cost of care.

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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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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.”

Read More »

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.

Read More »

NHIA Receives Honor from NewYorkBIO

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) was honored as a “COVID Hero of New York” by NewYorkBIO, a group that brings together nearly 300 of the state’s bioscience companies, universities, research institutions, and others dedicated to advancing life science research and commercialization.

Read More »

Health Systems, Hospitals Urge Congress to Address Home Infusion Access in Medicare

Dozens of health systems, hospitals, and group purchasing organizations are calling on Congress to address Medicare beneficiary access to home infusion services and pass legislation that would increase access to home-based care, urging congressional leaders to advance the Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act (S. 2652/H.R. 5067) to encourage access to home infusion therapy for Medicare beneficiaries.

Read More »

NHIA to Hold First-Ever Home and Specialty Infusion Payor Summit

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) will hold its first-ever home and specialty infusion payor summit November 2 in Dallas, TX. The event is designed to bring together leaders from commercial health insurance plans with home and specialty infusion experts to discuss how payors can better leverage home infusion to lower the total cost of care.

Read More »

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.

Read More »

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.

Read More »