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The NHIA Home Infusion Therapy Module Program
The only comprehensive module program designed specifically for home infusion professionals is newly revised and greatly enhanced, with critical updates and current evidence-based recommendations!
Individual modules (1-7) offer between four to six pharmacy continuing education (CE) contact hours—and completion of all seven modules awards a total of 28 pharmacy CE contact hours (or 2.8 CEUs). Use any single module as a guideline for staff training and competency development, or have each of your pharmacists receive a certificate of completion in the Home Infusion Therapy Module Program by completing all seven modules and taking a final online exam. Please note that each module (or set of modules) can only be assigned to a single clinician for CE purposes. Additional sets or individual modules can be purchased at a reduced rate.
Maximize your current training dollars, and purchase NHIA’s best-selling Home Infusion Therapy Module Program, today!
NHIA Home Infusion Therapy Module Program—Details and Purchase Information
2012 NHIA Annual Conference CD-ROM and Online Library
Couldn’t attend one of the most talked-about home infusion events in 2012? See what the buzz is about, and purchase this exclusive CD-ROM or Online Library—which contains more than 40 educational sessions taught by industry experts on hot topics in our field. Every member of your alternate-site infusion team can benefit from this information-packed resource.
2012 NHIA Annual Conference CD-ROM and Online Library— Details and Purchase Information
Phase I: 2010 NHIA Provider Survey Comprehensive Aggregate Analysis Report
This report represents the first-ever collection of data about the size and scope of the alternate-site infusion industry. In-depth results reflect the first phase of NHIA's comprehensive, multi-year data initiative.
Insightful and powerful publication provides key operational benchmarks and demographic data for the NHIA membership, offering a rare, inside look into revenue, number of patients treated, most common therapy types, staffing, infusion pump utilization and much more from over 280 alternate-site infusion provider pharmacy locations.
Phase 1: 2010 NHIA Provider Survey Comprehensive Aggregate Analysis Report—Details and Purchase Information