Updated: Jun 18, 2019
Hemophilia Program Components:
Specialized Case Coordinators
Provide highly-trained and Registered Nurses (RN) for home visits to administer infusions and/or monthly clinical assessments.
Manage your treatment agenda (medical appointments, referrals, laboratories, immunizations, etc.); as well as coordinate appointments with all healthcare professionals interacting with the patient for regular or follow up visits.
Financial aid coordination for direct and/or indirect expenses related to your health condition.
Benefits coordination with your medical plan (evaluate health insurance coverage).
Registered Nurses (RN)
Monthly clinical assessment identifying possible treatment gaps.
Monthly on-site patient/caregiver education.
Monthly factor inventory review.
Monthly follow-up of weight management program, monitoring changes in BMI.
Administer therapy depending on patients’ ability to take medication on their own.
Carry out a nutritional assessment for all patients who enter the program.
Design an individualized nutritional and exercise plan when needed.
Upon referral from home infusion nurse (RN), update nutritional and exercise plan.
Ensure close to dose mix and product availability.
Clinical oversight and adherence monitoring post dispensing.
Evaluate possible drug interactions upon changes in prescription.
Specialty Pharmacy Coordinators
Monthly meetings with primary physicians and specialists to share patient status.
Identify health plan/physician/patient requirements, incorporating Specialized Disease Management Programs.
Clinical Research in Puerto Rico
For qualifying patients, open protocols are available for: Hemophilia, Cholesterol, Hypertension, Asthma, HIV, Cancer, Vaccines, Hepatitis, Diabetes, among others.
To provide a range of integrated support services targeted at patient care coordination, assay/drug administration, education, and disease management.
Incorporation of all areas of patient care in an interdisciplinary approach.
Improve condition management.
Improve treatment adherence and clinical outcomes.
For qualifying patients, we coordinate financial aid, and participation in clinical studies.
To guarantee your safety when taking your medication
To prevent adverse health effects through patient safety protocols
To improve clinical results
To avoid the abuse and/or underuse of medicines
How does it work?
We are a facilitating entity and support agent in the coordination of medical services, such as: medical appointments, laboratories, immunizations, etc.
We help you obtain financial aid, if you qualify.
Our graduated nurses provide monthly visits, giving patients’ a clinical assessment and medical recommendations.
As an added service, we carry out an annual nutritional evaluation and generate an individualized weight management and exercise plan by a certified doctor in nutrition.
We carry out continuous pharmaceutical reviews to prevent interactions between medicines.
We send promotional and/or educational material on new products, well-being programs, as well as any relevant information concerning health condition management.
We coordinate medical benefits for patients with complementary medical insurance.
Participation in clinical studies for qualifying patients.