At Advanced Infusion Care, we apply a team approach to intravenous (IV) and subcutaneous (SubQ) immunoglobulin therapy patient care. Collaboration between physicians and the nationally accredited AIC home infusion team ensures the consistent delivery of patient-specific, specialized in-home infusion services to patients across the country, helping to improve outcomes—and lives.
Every AIC patient has 24/7 access to a dedicated team of clinical and support staff, including:
We have more than 100 fully certified and highly trained nurses on staff, all of whom are committed1 to doing more to provide the best possible care for patients. On-staff nurses provide care to 97% of AIC patients.
To enhance patient safety, AIC nurses give self-infusion and infusion pump training to all patients and caregivers, and provide annual safety retraining for all SubQ patients. All nurses wear personal protective equipment (PPE) in patients’ homes and are trained to handle adverse events during patient visits.
To enable continuity of care, AIC nurses provide ongoing communication with physicians, confirming all orders have been followed. Our staff is available 24/7 by phone, and can refer patients to other healthcare services as needed.
1AIS Healthcare nurses are credentialed as Advanced Nursing Solutions. This team is a nationally accredited leader that provides in-home nursing care.
AIC is contracted with multiple Ig suppliers for long-term supply agreements to help guarantee product availability and onboard more patients.
We are also a limited distribution partner for the following Ig products:
Learn more about available products in our brochure.
Dually accredited by URAC and the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC), AIC is regularly inspected by national and state boards of pharmacy and is a member of the Immunoglobulin National Society (IgNS).
For providers, AIC is a partner in patient management, including patient onboarding and seamless transitions to Ig treatment in the clinic or in the patient’s home. We work with patients, insurance companies and office staff to secure all needed authorizations and complete clinical paperwork.
For more information or to get started, contact your AIC representative or call 800.482.8466.