Meeting the Nutrition Needs of Complex Patients When and Where They Need It

As home-based health care gains traction as a viable option for people living with a variety of chronic conditions, Coram CVS Specialty Infusion Services (Coram) is leading the way in home infusion care and parenteral (intravenous) and enteral (tube feeding) nutrition. In fact, home infusion care can be a high-quality, cost-effective treatment alternative when compared to the same care provided in an in-patient/hospital or clinic-based setting.

As part of Coram’s commitment to providing high-quality, effective care, the company is actively involved in home nutrition care research to continue to advance the knowledge of practicing health care practitioners and improve care for patients. This research includes evaluating the impact of transitioning nutrition care from the hospital to the home and the benefits of home-based parenteral and enteral nutrition in certain populations.

March is National Nutrition Month, and recently, a team of Coram dietitians presented the company’s latest research at the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) 2019 Annual Conference, including:

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03.27.19
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