Infusion Services
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Walgreens Infusion Services has been providing infusion care at home and at alternate treatment sites for more than 30 years. We offer a broad range of infusion therapies to treat complex and acute conditions including therapy management programs for:

  • Anti-infectives
  • Bleeding disorders (factor)
  • Heart failure (inotropes)
  • Immunoglobulins (IG)
  • Nutrition support (parenteral nutrition, enteral nutrition)

Walgreens Infusion Services supports all aspects of patient care:

We help provide the highest quality care with unmatched clinical outcomes:

  • 98% rate of incident-free infusion encounters2,a
  • <1% rate of unplanned hospital admissions2
  • 97% patient satisfaction3,b
  • 0.03% rate of bloodstream infections2
  • <1% rate of adverse drug reactions2

Expert care across the country:

  • Our staff of more than 1400 clinicians—including nurses, dietitians and infusion pharmacists—provides care at home and in alternate treatment sites nationwide.4
  • Our current infusion locations can service 86% of the U.S. population.5,6

The support you need is just a call away:

  • 24/7 access to specially trained nurses and pharmacists whenever healthcare providers or their patients need it
  • Assistance throughout the intake process and financial assistance coordination

Comprehensive therapy management:

  • Adherence monitoring
  • Side effect counseling and management
  • Patient status updates
  • Relevant clinical data collection
  • Patient education
  • Drug interaction prevention

Nationwide insurance coverage

  • Contracted with the majority of national and regional payers
Hypothetical patient profile.
Review of 39,978 Walgreens patient data per month, October 2009 – February 2011.
Based on independent, third-party patient satisfaction survey data, June – August, 2012.
Data on file, Walgreen Co.
Walgreens infusion coverage area data.
STI: PopStats. Austin, TX: Synergos ATechnologies, Inc; January.
Incidents were defined as unplanned hospital admissions, delayed or missed dose, equipment/product failure, adverse drug reactions, and paperwork issues.
Survey conducted by Ipsos Loyalty, a marketing research firm that specializes in customer satisfaction and loyalty measurement. Owned and managed by researchers. Ipsos has a strong international reputation and is the third largest marketing research firm in the world.


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