Proven. Positive. Outcomes.
- 97% patient satisfaction rate1
- 0.2 catheter infections per 1,000 catheter dwell days (75% less than the industry average)2
- 0.5 hospitalizations per 1,000 patient days (50% less than the industry average)3
Through our national footprint of branch pharmacies, Critical Care Systems provides comprehensive clinical management and pharmaceutical distribution for the therapies we provide to patients throughout the United States. We have nearly 20 years of experience working directly with biotech and pharmaceutical manufacturers to provide support, from product launch to ongoing management of drug therapy and data management.
Critical Care Systems can provide customized solutions for you.
Positive patient outcomes. For our patients, we offer therapy-specific clinical management, patient education, and outcome reporting methodologies in place to support positive clinical results.
Local patient care. Community-based nurses and pharmacists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for physicians and patients.
Communication with physicians. Our local team provides regular patient updates to physicians and their healthcare teams, resulting in coordinated care for patients.
Flexible service model. We offer drug distribution and care management in the patient’s home or an alternate site setting, such as our ambulatory infusion suite.
Reimbursement support. Reimbursement specialists are available to verify patient benefits, obtain authorizations, and assist patients with their insurance coverage questions.
Clinical resources. Each branch pharmacy is fully licensed and accredited by the Joint Commission and includes an ISO 5 (class 100) compounding environment which meets USP <797> mixing standards.
Critical Care Systems is the right partner for you.
1 2008 Critical Care Systems Clinical Outcomes Data
2 Tokars JI et al. Prospective evaluation of risk factors for bloodstream infection in patients receiving home infusion therapy. Ann Intern Med; 1999;131(5):340-7
3 Barbara Rosenblum. Monitoring Performance Across Service Lines: Industry Benchmarks for Hospitalization Rates in Home Health, Infusion and Hospice. Surveyor; Spring 2005