Submit a research abstract that address the complexities of home and alternate site infusion for presentation via poster at NHIA 2023. NHIF will award a $1000 scholarship to the individual practitioner author of the most outstanding abstract.
NHIA’s Clinical Program Manager Michelle Simpson, PharmD, BCSCP, MWC presented research conducted by the National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) at ID Week, the meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) held October 19-23 in Washington, D.C.
Support NHIF and Infuse Wellness this October into your life and others. There are many ways to participate—get together with your colleagues and form a team to compete against the NHIA staff and other members.
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.
Founded in 2012, NHIF is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 affiliate of the National Home Infusion Association with a mission to elevate the infusion profession and ensure the delivery of high quality patient care. NHIF compliments the advocacy work of NHIA by funding and administering programs that prove the safety, quality, and value of infusion services.
On March 15, NHIF announced that the winner of the 2022 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award is Cheyenne D. Johnson, a pharmacy practice resident with Option Care Health.