AIS Healthcare is focused on giving targeted drug delivery and infusion patients like you everything you need to thrive. We put your safety first, providing medications of the highest quality and comprehensive, patient-focused services to support you throughout the treatment process.
Every step of the way, you’re backed by our team of talented and specially trained nurses, pharmacists and support staff. From in-home care services to 24/7 nursing support, we’re there for you throughout the treatment process.
Our goal is to offer relief—from all the challenges that you face—to help you live the life you want.
Experience the comfort and convenience of targeted drug delivery care that comes to you. Our team of specially trained nurses make routine or complex pump refills and maintenance more convenient.
Get the help you need, when you need it. As part of our care coordination services, we offer pharmacy, billing and reimbursement assistance along with round-the-clock access to nursing solutions and health education.
Access in-home infusion care and around-the-clock support. Our home infusion solutions offer an alternative to inpatient care, and our pharmacists and nurses are always available for education, care coordination, medication management and more. Learn more about Advanced Infusion Care by calling us at 800.482.8466.
At AIS Healthcare, we want to make the billing and reimbursement process as easy as possible for you. We bill your health insurance provider directly for all medication and services, and work directly with the insurer to facilitate your reimbursement. We also have a team of dedicated specialists ready to answer any billing questions you have. From understanding the invoices you receive to navigating insurance coverage, we’re here to help.
On the official U.S. Department of Health site, you’ll find detailed information about these two government-run programs and related forms and resources.
Learn about the healthcare insurance exchanges and find a plan that works for you and your family.
For almost 40 years, the ACPA has offered pain management support and education.
Through this nonprofit, you can access education and support groups for Americans living with chronic pain.
Patient Mind Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was founded in September 2017 on the basis of providing education to patients and providers to improve dialogue during healthcare visits.
The Chronic Pain Research Alliance (CPRA) is the country’s first and only research-led collaborative advocacy effort dedicated to changing the lives of those with chronic overlapping pain conditions (COPCs).
TerSera Therapeutics offers assistance to eligible, commercially insured patients to help reduce the out-of-pocket costs of a PRIALT prescription.
Medtronic Patient Services can provide general educational information about Medtronic devices, facilitate product returns and replacements and offer assistance with Medtronic pumps.
Through this global nonprofit, individuals and their families affected by Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) and related conditions can find advocacy and support resources.
Here, patients and their families can find information and resources for living with peripheral neuropathy.
The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) connects primary immunodeficiency patients and their families to resources, events and advocacy opportunities.
The Jeffrey Modell Foundation site lets visitors explore the “Global PI Village,” where they can find information and resources about primary immunodeficiency, explore advocacy opportunities, apply for research and travel grants and connect with other patients and their families.
A professional organization for healthcare professionals, the AAAAI offers resources for patients living with allergies, asthma and immune deficiency disorders.