Disease Management

How IV Care Options Provides Patient Care and Disease Management:


Employ Highly Trained Staff:

Specialty trained pharmacists and technicians experienced in IV medications, access devices, and catheters are valuable in your care.

Infusion nurses will have special education, training, and expertise in-home or other alternate-site administration of drugs and biologics via infusion. Services they typically provide for you include evaluation and assessment, education and training for the patient or caregiver, inspection and consultation of an aseptic home environment, catheter insertion, and patient assessment. Using the education and training provided, many caregivers or patients are successfully able to administer their infusion therapies without the infusion nurse normally being present in the home. 


Organizational Support:

Patient insurance experts – Extensive background in payer relations and contracts.  Each expert wants to reduce your cost.

A dedicated management team that supports clinicians and operations employees.  They oversee the staff involved with your referral and/or treatment.


Quality Assurance:

Accreditation – The Joint Commission, URAC


Featured Patient Care:

Individualize patient care plans based on diagnosis

Medication management based on clinical and cost-effective factors

Conduct initial patient assessment – physical, emotional and domestic

Clinically monitor and adjust medication delivery during patient infusions

Continuously assess patient prognosis post administration

Collaborate with MD and recommend any dose adjustments based on outcomes

Participate in manufacturers assistance programs & foundations


Expected Benefits and Outcomes:

Improved patient compliance

Improved patient satisfaction

Reduction in the total cost of care

Improved Quality of Life