We hope you had a happy, healthy, and safe start to your New Year. Throughout the holiday season, the NICA team continued to take big strides to combat threats to the provider-administered medication delivery channel and protect patient access.
Here’s a snapshot of our wins, developments, and announcements this past month. We are excited for all of the growth opportunities that this year holds.
In case you missed it: #NICA2021 is going virtual!
This summer, you can tune in to the 2021 Annual Meeting from the comfort and safety of your own home! NICA is dedicated to ensuring that our stakeholders, patients, and loved ones stay safe and healthy during this challenging time, so we are excited to provide another premier learning and networking opportunity by hosting #NICA2021 in a virtual capacity. Mark your calendars for Friday, June 25th and Saturday June 26th, 2021 and keep an eye on our social media for an announcement when registration opens. We look forward to seeing you there!
NICA is now accepting applications for speakers, panelists, and moderators for #NICA2021
If you are interested in offering your expertise at the premier national meeting focused on the infusion industry, we invite you to apply here to be a speaker at our virtual Annual Meeting. NICA is gathering infusion industry professionals from across the nation to address the most pressing challenges in the industry and discuss how to preserve, optimize, and expand this crucial healthcare delivery channel. Applications are due by March 1, 2021. Sessions will last approximately 60-minutes and content must be evidence-based and reflect current best practices in healthcare delivery. For more information, please visit the Call for Speakers page on our website.
Interested in a recap of NICA’s accomplishments from 2020 and initiatives for 2021?
The NICA team has compiled our biggest wins from 2020 and noted our primary initiatives for 2021 in our new “About Us” overview on our website. We are looking forward to the rest of this year and the opportunities to continue to advance our mission to preserve, optimize, and expand patients’ access to provider-administered medications.
Thank you for your time,
Brian Nyquist, MPH
President & CEO