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Education & Conferences

The National Home Infusion Association strives to bring top quality educational programming that is tailored to the needs of home and specialty industry professionals like you. Offered in a variety of formats, including webinars, meetings like the association’s Annual Conference, INFUSION magazine, and self-study programs, NHIA is working to keep you on the cutting edge of knowledge in the infusion world. See Quick Links to view some of the educational opportunities available to you.

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Upcoming Educational Events

The 2020 NHIA Annual Conference
Following public health concerns, the NHIA Annual Conference between April 5-9, 2020 has been canceled. Please view our resources or learn more here.

Keep your message in front of NHIA conference attendees with these virtual options. These opportunities were developed as a way for NHIA’s business partners to reach a large number of attendees that would normally be at the NHIA 2020 Annual Conferenc. View our Virtual Prospectus.

The 2021 NHIA Annual Conference
The NHIA Annual Conference is the premier education and networking event for the home and specialty infusion community. Mark your calendar for NHIA 2021 - February 25 through March 4, 2021 in Austin Texas.
Download prospectus here

 

Past Events

NHIA’s Spring Webinar Series

Competitive Bidding 2021
June 4, 2019 | 12-1:30 EST
The newest round of Medicare Competitive Bidding is coming soon. Learn what you need to know to submit bids for Medicare 2021. From timeline, Competitive Bidding Areas (CBAs), product categories and lead item pricing to all the necessary policies, get prepared for the bid window opening July 16. Hear program details and dialogue directly with a representative from the Competitive Bidding Implementation Contractor (CBIC).
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An Overview of the New USP Sterile Compounding Standards – Implications for Home Infusion ?and Alternate Site Providers
June 12, 2019 | 1-2 EST
After releasing two draft revisions and reviewing more than 8,000 comments, the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Sterile Compounding Expert Committee has finalized USP General Chapter <797>. The changes will be announced June 1 with an effective date of December 1, 2019. What will these newly revised and aligned standards mean to your sterile compounding operations? Join NHIA President and CEO Connie Sullivan, BSPharm, to review the changes most likely to impact home infusion pharmacies and examine steps to achieving compliance.
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4 Ways ePrescribe Brings You Growth
June 18, 2019 | 11:30-12:30
Maintaining quality, long-term prescriber relationships is key to survival for many pharmacy organizations. Now there’s a prescription to address that pain. E-prescription automates your referral processes, satisfies your referral sources, strengthens your prescriber relationships, and grows your revenue. Join a team from Brightree ® to learn about the increasing need for e-prescribing, the two types of platforms and benefits of each, and how adopting this technology can enhance your referral relationships.
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The 2019 NHIA Annual Conference
The NHIA Annual Conference is the premier education and networking event for the home and specialty infusion community. Mark your calendar for NHIA 2019 to take place Saturday, March 9 through Wednesday March 13 at the Gaylord Palms and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Medicare Part B Transitional Reimbursement: Inside the New Law
NHIA Talk Infusion webinar
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Listen to webinar recording here

Patient-First, Self-Service Solutions Drive Superior Outcomes
An NHIA Talk Infusion webinar produced in collaboration with Citus Health
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Listen to webinar recording here

Introducing NHIA IVHub
An NHIA Talk Infusion webinar
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Listen to webinar recording here

NHIA Legislative Call to Action Webinar and Lobby Day
An NHIA Talk Infusion webinar
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Listen to webinar recording here