NHIF Announces Finalists for 2023 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award

Alexandria, VA (March 1, 2023)—The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) announces the finalists for its Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award for 2023. The authors of the following 6 poster abstracts will present an overview of their research project and summarize their findings during a special clinical webinar and a panel of judges will select the award recipient. The winner of the Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award will be announced at NHIA’s Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

The finalists were selected based on how well their project examines innovative approaches to clinical practice, identifies an opportunity or best practice, or demonstrates quality improvement within the home and alternate site infusion industry.

Development of Productivity Standards of Ambulatory Infusion Suite Nurses within a Multi-Entity Health System
Ashley McCracken, PharmD, MBA
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
Jennifer Zhao, PharmD candidate
Duke Home Infusion

Retrospective Analysis of Combination Therapy with Rituximab and Intravenous Immunoglobulin
Tatum Speicher, PharmD
Option Care Health

COVID Sequelae: Evaluation of the Effect of Treatment on Healthcare Utilization and Health Status in the Months Following COVID-19 Infection
Kassie Klasen, PharmD
M Health Fairview

Home Parenteral Nutrition Workshop Take Off: A Pilot Program for Patient Support
Christina Ritchey, MS, RD, LD, CNSC, FASPEN

Innovative, Multidisciplinary Management of Home Parenteral Nutrition
Johanna Bezjak, PharmD
CarePathRx Pharmacy Services

Time Utilization Study for Clinical Interventions Performed by a Complex Specialty Pharmacy
Christine Miller, PharmD

Don’t miss the finalists’ presentations in a live webinar on March 17 at 12:00 Eastern and the award presentation at the General Session on Tuesday, March 28 (1:45 – 3:00). 

Related Posts

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.

Read More »