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NHIA Announces 2024 Class of Fellows

The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is pleased to announce the 2024 Fellow Program (FNHIA) cohort, made up of highly accomplished home and alternate site infusion professionals.

The prestigious NHIA Fellow Program aims to advance the home and alternate site infusion profession by recognizing the contributions and achievements of highly accomplished individuals. NHIA Fellow status is awarded to members who have successfully demonstrated a commitment to the field for at least 7 years, have a record of sustained involvement and leadership within NHIA, and have been actively involved in educating practitioners and others. The 2024 FNHIA cohort includes:

  • Thomas Brown, PharmD, MBA; Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals-Home Infusion Service
  • Maria Giannakos, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCSCP; Option Care Health
  • Daniel Kyes, CPhT, BCSCPT; New England Life Care
  • Katie Laskin, PharmD, BCSCP, CNSC, IgCP; Yale New Haven Health
  • Christina Ritchey, MS, RD, LD, CNSC, FASPEN; Optum Infusion Pharmacy

The program is administered and funded by the National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF), thanks to a generous contribution from Integrated Medical Systems, Inc. (IMS), the 2024 sponsor of the NHIA Fellow Program.

“Congratulations to this year’s fellows. Now in its fourth year, this program recognizes the most highly accomplished professionals in home infusion today,” said NHIA’s President and CEO Connie Sullivan, BSPharm. “This year’s honorees are exemplary of skilled and thoughtful leaders who are committed to the patients and organizations they serve, as well as the industry overall through their support of NHIA.”
Candidates are selected as NHIA Fellows as part of a competitive application process, which included an extensive review of their professional accomplishments and letters of recommendation. Individuals eligible for FNHIA status hold varied positions within the home and alternate site infusion industry, including pharmacists, nurses, technicians, and non-clinical, sales, and administration professionals.

For more information about the program, visit

Thank you to Integrated Medical Systems, Inc. (IMS) for their generous sponsorship of the FNHIA program.

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