State Regulatory Landscape Reports
Thank you for your interest in NICA’s State Regulatory Landscape Reports.
One of the most commonly asked questions we receive is, “What regulations apply to my infusion center?” There are both state and federal regulations to consider. Many of these state-focused regulations can be found in our premium NICA resource: “State Regulatory Landscape Reports.” Some state-specific regulations that any prospective infusion center provider must understand include:
- Who may provide infusion services and order or administer infusion drugs?
- Corporate structure and ownership
- Clinic Licensing
- Pharmacy Licensing
- Fraud and abuse
Whether you’re operating a free-standing infusion center or you have incorporated an infusion center into an existing clinical practice, our infusion center State Regulatory Landscape Reports will help you comply with a state’s regulatory landscape.
The content in the following resources is meant to be used as general guidance and should not be construed as legal advice. NICA is not responsible for damages resulting from the use of this material.
Request Your State Regulatory Landscape Reports
The market for infusion therapy continues to grow. Many physician practices consider adding an infusion practice to increase ancillary services revenue, offer additional health care services to their existing patient population, or to simplify care coordination. Others may be interested in establishing a free-standing infusion center that is independent of group practices or hospitals. In either case, there are important regulations that must be first considered for each state. To view information about our Federal Regulatory Landscape Report, click here.
Currently available state reports are:
AL, CA, FL, GA, IL, IN, LA, MD, MI, MN, NV, NJ, NY, NC, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT, WA
New state reports will be coming in 2023.
The National Infusion Center Association (NICA) is a nonprofit trade association and the nation’s voice for non-hospital, community-based infusion providers that offer a safe, more affordable alternative to hospital care settings for provider-administered medications.