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Soleo Health adds 4th drug from Alnylam Pharmaceuticals 

October 4, 2022HME News Staff

FRISCO, Texas – Soleo Health has added AMVUTTRA (vutrisiran) to its specialty pharmacy portfolio to treat adults with the polyneuropathy of hereditary transthyretin-mediated (hATTR) amyloidosis. Soleo Health offers newly FDA-approved AMVUTTRA injections to patients in their homes (after an evaluation and recommendation by the treating physician) or at one of its ambulatory infusion centers (AICs) nationwide. “This marks the fourth therapy Soleo Health now offers from Alnylam Pharmaceuticals’...

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Trella Health releases market insights for HME, home infusion

September 14, 2022HME News Staff

ATLANTA – Trella Health has released its Marketscape Insights for home medical equipment and home infusion providers. The market insights will provide these organizations with the ability to improve their business strategies with enhanced market data through a streamlined and intuitive user experience. "Trella's enhanced market insights will allow HME and infusion suppliers to gain the competitive advantage they need to identify new markets for growth and improve their business development...

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Health system launches home infusion program 

September 12, 2022HME News Staff

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Yale New Haven Health (YNHH) has launched a home infusion program, expanding access to care at home, improving patient convenience and reducing barriers and disruptions in care. YNHH’s Home Infusion Center is located at its Regional Operations Center in New Haven, with a total area of 8,475 square feet. “Implementing home infusion services for our patients is an important step forward in today’s health care environment where patients can receive safe, high-quality...

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Virtis Health opens AIC in Houston

August 31, 2022HME News Staff

HOUSTON – Virtis Health, a division of Soleo Health, a provider of complex specialty pharmacy services, has opened an ambulatory infusion center in Houston near Texas Medical Center. “We are bringing a highly personalized care and service model to patients and providers throughout greater Houston with our new Virtis Health AI,” said Shahram Badrei, regional business leader for Virtis Health Houston. “Since our model brings additional resources and options to patients, providers...

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CarepathRx racks up partnership with another medical system

August 29, 2022HME News Staff

MERCER ISLAND, Wash. – CarepathRx has announced a comprehensive home infusion pharmacy partnership with Antelope Valley Medical Center, the only full-service, acute-care hospital serving northern Los Angeles County’s Antelope Valley. The multi-year agreement will expand patient access to a new ambulatory infusion clinic (AIC), as well as home infusion therapies, to include both acute and specialty infusion medications. “Hospital systems across the nation have partnered with CarepathRx...

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Home infusion bill gets backing

August 25, 2022HME News Staff

WASHINGTON – Health systems, hospitals and group purchasing organizations urged Congress to pass the Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act in a recent letter.  The letter to Majority Leader Charles Schumer, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Leader Mitch McConnell, and Leader Kevin McCarthy asks Congress to support making technical corrections that would remove the physical presence requirement, ensuring payment regardless of whether a health care professional is present in the patient’s...

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HealthIV launches in LA 

August 22, 2022HME News Staff

LOS ANGELES – HealthIV is bringing its in-home infusion therapy services to the Los Angeles metro area. The company, which focuses on full digital interoperability between patients, doctors, pharmacists and home health care workers, offers treatment for everything from chronic illnesses to dehydration. It staffs a team of registered nurses working 24/7. “The arrival of HealthIV in the Los Angeles market is part of the larger goal to expand our footprint within the western U.S.'"...

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Soleo Health to provide Cuvitru

August 4, 2022HME News Staff

FRISCO, Texas – Soleo Health has been chosen as one of a select few specialty pharmacies to provide Cuvitru, manufactured by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, to patients nationwide. “Access to Cuvitru rounds out Soleo Health’s comprehensive immunoglobulin (Ig) therapy offering,” said Drew Walk, Soleo Health’s CEO. “With this addition, Soleo Health now offers all FDA-approved Ig therapies available in the marketplace today. We continue to cater to the needs of our...

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Coram downsizes in NY 

August 2, 2022HME News Staff

ALBANY, N.Y. – Coram, a subsidiary of CVS, is closing its office in Colonie, N.Y., according to the Times Union. The company has notified the state Department of Labor that it will close the office in September, resulting in the loss of 70 jobs. A spokeswoman told the newspaper that Coram has decided to scale back its services to focus on specialty medications. "We regularly review operations to focus resources as efficiently as possible and pivot when necessary to invest in health care services...

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Option Care Health navigates pressures 

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Option Care Health navigates pressures 

July 29, 2022Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

BANNOCKBURN, Ill. – Option Care Health delivered a solid second quarter, even as it navigated pressures from a tight labor market and rising inflation, company execs said on a recent call.  “Our focus on recruiting our existing team members every single day and recruiting new members to the team helps ensure that we have capacity and vital skills necessary to provide advanced care to our patients,” said John Rademacher, CEO.   With its recent acquisitions of SPIN...

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