“There is no one-sized-fits-all solution to the patient access problem; however, there is a logical and economic need for policy makers, payers, and industry stakeholders to begin crafting the kinds of payment and regulation reform that will encourage the sustainability and growth of both the physician office-based Infusion Suite and stand-alone Infusion Center delivery model. To do nothing, is to encourage the growth of only other option: the high-cost, low-efficiency hospital outpatient option.”
Thank you to everyone for providing for your patients and the patients in your community. Its time we let the payers know how important your services are to those you serve and to the healthcare community at large.
Hi Bryan, your post was very interesting. I particularly enjoying reading your latest article on the need for non-oncology infusion centers. Within that article was a link to the Pharmacy Trend Report which opened my eyes to some statistics that I was unaware of.
I am an infusion nurse and manage an infusion room at a physician’s office specializing in Rheumatology.. Our specialty is in administering biologics. We have grown quite a bit over the last couple of years.
Thank you for your post.
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