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Tyler J. Wilson

NHIA Providing solutions for the infusion therapy community

The field of alternate-site infusion is continuing to grow and, as it does, experience many changes. The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is committed to meeting the needs of its growing and diverse membership—and to advocating on behalf of our members and the home based infusion patient. Infusion therapy providers coordinate the care through highly skilled professionals in a team that will often include the infusion pharmacist, infusion nurses, physician, and dietician to help ensure the patient is receiving the best care possible.

Our Mission
NHIA is a trade association that represents and advances the interests of organizations that provide infusion and specialty pharmacy products and services to the entire spectrum of home-based patients.

Our website is here to serve our members, the infusion patient, physicians and others interested in learning about the infusion field. If you have trouble locating what you need please use the “contact NHIA” button at the bottom of the page.

Thank you for visiting our website.

Tyler J. Wilson
NHIA President & Chief Executive Officer



Read "As We See It" column published in each issue of INFUSION Magazine to gain NHIA's leadership perspective on key issues facing the home and specialty infusion field. INFUSION Magazine is the nation's leading publication covering topics of interest to key stakeholders within the home infusion therapy community.

Staying on Top of Your Game
Collaborative in an Era of Anything But...
July/August 2017
Forging Stronger Provider-Supplier Relationships
May/June 2017
Enhancing Your Perspective
March/April 2017
Patients First!
January/February 2017
Safeguarding Patient Safety
November/December 2016
Health Care's Evolving Reimbursement Landscape
September/October 2016

Staying Ahead of the Game
July/August 2016
Investing in a Sure Thing
May/June 2016
Stepping Away from your Inbox
March/April 2016
Onward and Upward:  The Path Ahead
January/February 2016

As We See It Archives