The Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute is the only federally-recognized Hemophilia Treatment Center in Central Illinois, and operates a Public Health Service 340B Pharmacy Program for eligible patients.
Our overall pricing structure, coupled with the discounts provided by the 340B program, allows us to dispense clotting factor at significantly reduced prices, saving millions of dollars.
The BCDI Pharmacy Program not only benefits our patients, but the bleeding disorders community as a whole.
The BCDI Specialty Pharmacy is URAC Accredited!
BCDI is pleased to have received accreditation from URAC for the BCDI Specialty Pharmacy Program! This accreditation speaks to the commitment of BCDI in maintaining nationwide best practices in patient care and customer service for all its customers and their families. Through integrated care and continued education, BCDI strives to be your number one resource and your partner in advocacy, to which URAC acknowledges our excellence. To learn more about URAC and the accreditation process, click here.
BCDI is proud to announce the achievement of ACHC Accreditation!
In addition to being URAC accredited, we have now obtained ACHC accreditation as well! BCDI is proud to announce the achievement of ACHC Accreditation. This is our second accreditation for our pharmacy services.
Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is a process through which pharmacies demonstrate compliance with national standards. These include dedication to quality pharmacy services and continuous performance improvement.
The ACHC Accreditation certifies that we are meeting these standards and remain diligent in our work to bring our patients the best quality pharmacy services available. To learn more about ACHC and the accreditation process click here.
Cost reduction of clotting factor
We are able to purchase clotting factor through the Public Health Service's discounted program for eligible patients. This benefit, along with our pricing structure, benefits you. It saves you money, maximizes your insurance coverage, and reduces your total expense to the healthcare system.
Providing care management
Our integrated care model means that your care is a collaborative effort. The pharmacy staff meets regularly with treatment center staff to learn about and appropriately address your needs.
Our staff is available 24/7/365 for support or to provide information about plasma-derived and recombinant products. We offer the full range of service, products and supplies to meet your needs and goals.
The BCDI Clinic and Specialty Pharmacy Staff are available to patients and caregivers to assist with any questions or necessary training you may have or need including, but not limited to:
- Education on administration and use of the medication therapy
- Infusion training
- Medication adherence
- Behavioral health and quality of life assessment
- Side Effect Management
Utilizing the BCDI Comprehensive Care Program will allow you to maximize the healthcare benefits available to you through the BCDI Specialty Pharmacy.
Supplies and waste disposal
The BCDI Pharmacy provides all clotting factor supplies and a specially-developed Sharps Disposal Program at no additional cost to our patients. This service promotes the safety and well being of all our patients and their families.
The BCDI Pharmacy Program can help you resolve any insurance or payment issues, and can help bridge gaps in coverage. We can also help patients with enrollment to various patient assistance programs, so they have access to clotting factor during a lapse in coverage.
Frequently Asked Questions
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