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We offer flexible care designed for you

Optum Infusion Pharmacy

Our personal approach means people get the medications they need where they’re most comfortable, either at home or at an infusion suite.

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Clinical expertise

Access condition-specific services, treatment monitoring, and a patient advocacy team that can help to find financial aid and help with appeals, if needed.

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Patient services

Coordinated services make it easy to get care, so you can focus on your health.

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Provider enrollment forms

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Complex conditions require specialized care

We take a hands-on approach to patient care. This means that we work with you and your medical team to make decisions based on what’s best for your complex needs.

With infusion pharmacies and nurses across the country, we can administer high-quality, cost-effective infusion therapies for short- and long-term conditions in the comfort of your home or a nearby outpatient infusion suite. Therapy can be given in one of two ways: intravenous (IV) or subcutaneous (SC).

Either way, you have 24/7 access to a team of experts (including pharmacists, nurses and dietitians), advocates and tools to help you stay on track with your therapy.




99% of patients on home infusion remain infection-free.1



Patient satisfaction

99% satisfaction rate for Optum® Therapy Solutions.2



Nationwide access

More than 1,000 on-staff nurses and 54 pharmacies.

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Meet Chad, an infusion therapy patient

The idea of starting home infusion can feel overwhelming and intimidating. But it might be one of the best ways for you to take control of your health, your independence and your life.

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Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disease.

Myasthenia gravis...the term actually means, um, extreme fatigue or muscle fatigue.

And it's a disease that...some people might have an eye that just drags a little bit.

Other people lose the ability to breathe.

I'm on that end of the spectrum.

So for me it...it can shut my body down.

Um...and so I'm...learning to live with that.

My first nurse, Hallie, she...she just became one of the family.

I mean, she was as concerned about my health

as my wife or my mother or anybody was.

She advocated for me if things were bad and I had to go to the hospital.

She would talk to people that she knew and help me through the process.

And she just made sure that, at my home, when she came,

That it was just comfortable. Everything was comfortable.

I've learned that so many things don't matter that I thought mattered before, you know?

I think the new me just has a different outlook.

I appreciate things more, and don't let stuff bug me like I used to.

So I would say, you know, just breathe...

And take advantage of what they have there for you.

It's not as scary as it feels. It's not as scary as it feels.

They explained that I would be getting an infusion every 4-6 weeks… and there would be a nurse that does the home infusion. …I ended up with Jill, who is my nurse now, and it has been a brilliant experience.

– Scott, home infusion patient

Infusion services

Optum® Infusion Pharmacy helps you safely and confidently infuse wherever you're most comfortable. You can be at home or in one of our nearby infusion suites.

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    • IV antibiotics and IV antifungal
    • Autoimmune/immune deficiencies
    • Chemotherapy/oncology
    • Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (biologics)
    • Hemophilia and bleeding disorders
    • Hydration
    • Immunoglobulin
    • Inotropic therapy/cardiac care
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Parenteral nutrition
    • Rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis (biologics)
    • Transplant
    • General immunoglobulin order form
    • Immunology immunoglobulin order form
    • Neurology immunoglobulin order form
    • IV anti-infectives order form
    • Home parenteral nutrition order form
    • Biologics order form
    • Ocrevus order form
    • Hemophilia and bleeding disorders order form

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  • Contact us to find out if home infusion is right for you.

    Optum Specialty Pharmacy: 1-855-427-4682
    Optum Infusion Pharmacy: 1-877-342-9352

    Hemophilia and bleeding disorders
    Phone: 1-855-855-8754  
    Fax: 1-800-311-0185

    IVIG and SCIG
    Phone: 1-877-342-9352 
    Fax: 1-888-594-4844

    Parenteral nutrition, biologics, anti-infectives, inotropes and other intravenous therapies:
    Contact the pharmacy closest to you. Infusion services are available in all 50 states. Check the list to find an Optum Infusion Pharmacy location near you.

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  • Infusion video series

    When you’re going through infusion therapy, sometimes you can feel like you’re facing it alone. Our video series can help you to feel more connected to others receiving the same therapy and give you a chance to learn more about your treatment.

    We send you a private link to videos about your therapy that you can watch on your mobile phone, tablet or computer throughout the course of your treatment. You can watch them at any time and share the videos with your caregivers.

    These videos can help you to better understand:

    • How home infusion works
    • How to prevent and manage side effects from your treatment
    • How your diet and other lifestyle choices can help you to live a healthier life
    • How to access resources for support 
  • Our pharmacists, nurses, patient care coordinators and benefits experts deliver full-service acute and chronic specialty infusion care, so patients and providers can focus on treatment, not obstacles.

    We provide extra care and support including:

    • In person, virtual or phone Live support with a clinician 
    • Disease/therapy specific education, videos and tools
  • We always look for ways to help you access and afford your therapies. We accept all major insurance plans. This includes Medicare Part B, Part D, Medicaid and commercial insurance. 

    When you need copay help, patient care coordinators can search for open grants, foundations and manufacturer-supported programs.

    We’ll find out if you qualify. Then, we'll connect you with their programs. We’ll also help you with the paperwork. Ask your patient care coordinator for help, and we'll get started. 


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Support for hemophilia and bleeding disorders

Our coordinated care model provides full-service support for patients and their families. 

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Support for immunoglobulin therapy

We provide life-saving immunoglobulin (Ig) therapy for patients with immunology, autoimmune and neurological conditions. 

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Support for parenteral nutrition therapy

Our teams of expert nurses, dietitians and pharmacists work together to provide in-home care. 

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  1. SMS Consulting, 2014 Data Comparison versus National Infusion Companies
  2. 2018 Optum survey