How aware are specialty pharmacists regarding the legal and ethical implications related to the home care nurses they hire? Here are some professional issues facing nurses as they work in tandem with specialty pharmacists.
Specialty therapy nurses can present educational modules that encompass the disease state, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of orphan and ultra orphan disorders.
To provide complete services to the specialty patient in the home care setting, specialty pharmacies and specialty nurses need to clearly define their individual responsibilities.
For patients who seek independence with infusion therapy, specialty nurses play an important role in promoting self-reliance and adherence.
Specialized nursing home care organizations have emerged to provide and coordinate clinical care that is specific to brand-new therapies and help communicate the value of these new drugs.
Specialty nurses must be thoroughly trained on how to effectively and efficiently utilize a software system to deliver quality care to patients.
Increasing customer satisfaction leads to the likelihood of customer loyalty. Nurses can provide value-added services for specialty pharmacies, manufacturers, and payers that promote customer loyalty.