Help becoming Infusion provider!


  • Specializes in Med surge , Tele , Infusions , SNF. Has 3 years experience.

Please fellow nurses , I have been a infusion RN for some time now but would love to offer my services independently, thats with out working under a company, I have my LLc , NPI # and insurance. Wondering if there is a provider list that the pharmacies use ? Im just ready to venture out on my own, any direction or info is greatly appreciated! 

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hppygr8ful, ASN, RN, EMT-I

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Specializes in Psych, Addictions, SOL (Student of Life). Has 21 years experience.

I would think twice, especially if you plan to bill insurance, medicare or medicaid. You may be able to but the paperwork  alone can be daunting and many insurance companies take up to 90 days to pay so you need to be sure you have the capital to act as a cushion to keep expenses paid. I don't know where you are but there is a company in the Los Angeles area called Hydrate that one of my friends does contrated work for. To hear him talk sounds like easy money.