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Home Infusion Therapy

About our Home Infusion Therapy network

Home infusion therapy providers offer a range of safe, convenient, cost-effective infusion services to our members. Experienced home infusion nurses and pharmacists help our members get the immunoglobulins, enzyme replacements, antibiotics, and other infused medications they need, wherever they need them—in the home, at work, or in the setting of their choice.

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How to refer members for home infusion therapy
Step Go to Find a Doctor & Estimate Costs, select the member's network, and search for Home Infusion Therapy.
Step Call the HIT provider and make the referral.
Step Fax or e-prescribe the prescription to the HIT provider.
The HIT provider will then request authorization from us for the services.
HIT providers:  How to request authorization

Once you’ve received the referral from the member’s physician or clinician, you’ll need to:

Step Check member benefits and eligibility.
Step

Review our medical and payment policies for information on diagnosis and medication coverage.

Review our medical and payment policies for information on diagnosis and medication coverage. (Log in for payment policies.)

Step Request prior authorization.
Complete the Home Infusion Therapy Prior Authorization Form and fax it to 1-888-641-5355.

Use preferred home infusion therapy providers for specific therapies

For the therapies listed below, we encourage you to refer our members to these preferred providers for services because they offer additional value-added services to our members. Use of preferred providers is not required.

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Asthma
For this intravenous or injectable medication: Use this preferred HIT provider:
Xolair Accredo
Enzyme replacement
For this intravenous or injectable medication: Please use this preferred HIT provider:
Aldurazyme

Accredo

Caremark, LLC

 

Cerezyme
Elaprase
Fabrazyme
Myozyme
Naglazyme
VPRIV
Hemophilia
For this intravenous or injectable medication: Please use this preferred HIT provider:
Advate

Accredo

Boston Hemophilia Center
(only for members who receive medical care with their affiliated clinics at Boston Children's Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital)

Caremark, LLC

Coram

Mass General Hemophilia and Thrombosis Treatment Center

 

Adynovate
Afstyla
Alphanate
AlphaNine
Alprolix
Bebulin
BeneFIX
Corifact
Eloctate
Feiba
Helixate FS Sol
Hemlibra
Hemofil M
Humate-P
Idelvion
Ixinity
Koate – DVI
Kogenate FS – Inj
Kovaltry
Monoclate–P Inj
Mononine Inj
NovoSeven Inj
Novoeight
Nuwiq
Obizur
Profilnine
Recombinate Inj
RiaSTAP
Rixubis
Tretten
Vonvendi
Wilate
Xyntha
IVIG
For this intravenous or injectable medication: Please use this preferred HIT provider:
Bivigam

Accredo

Caremark, LLC

Coram

Carimune
Cuvitru
Cytogam
Flebogamma
GamaSTAN
Gammagard
Gammagard Liquid
Gammaked
Gammaplex
Gamunex
Hizentra
HyQvia
Octagam
Privigen
Pulmonary arterial hypertension
And this intravenous or injectable medication: Please use this preferred HIT provider:
Flolan

Accredo

 

Remodulin
Ventavis

Contact information for preferred HIT providers

The HIT provider should obtain the necessary authorization.

Name of preferred HIT network provider Contact information
AccredoSM Phone:


Web:
1-866-759-1557
For Hemophilia therapies: 1-866-712-5007

www.accredo.com
Boston Hemophilia Center

(only for members who receive medical care with their affiliated clinics at Boston Children's Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital)
Phone:

Web:

Phone:

Web:
1-617-355-6101 (Boston Children's Hospital/pediatric) 

Boston Hemophilia Center

1-617-278-0707  (Brigham & Women’s Hospital/adult)

Boston Hemophilia Center
Caremark, LLC Phone:

Web:
1-866-846-3096

www.caremark.com
Coram™ Specialty Infusion Services Phone:

Web:
1-800-678-3442; for hemophilia therapies only, 1-888-699-7440

www.coramhc.com
Mass General Hemophilia and Thrombosis Treatment Center Phone:

Web:
 
1-877-726-5130 (Adult Hemophilia Program)

www.massgeneral.org
 
Phone:

Web:
1-617-726-2737 (Pediatric Hemophilia Program)

www.massgeneral.org
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