A bleeding disorder is a life-long disease that can greatly impact the physical and psychosocial well-being of both children and adults impacted with various types of hemophilia and von Willebrand Diseases.
The Accredo bleeding disorders Therapeutic Resource Center (TRC) is composed of dedicated and bleeding disorder-trained team of pharmacists, nurses, insurance representatives, customer service representatives and other field-based teams that provide comprehensive care to the bleeding disorders patient and their families as well as foster relationships with the community of prescribers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and payers.
The Accredo bleeding disorders TRC supports patients through therapy monitoring with the goal of reducing hospital length of stay, decreasing the number of ER visits, improving adherence to medications, enhancing quality of life and monitoring healthcare spend through proper utilization of therapies.
Meet the team
Accredo’s Bleeding Disorders team is dedicated to serving you and we understand the complexity of your condition. Our specialty-trained clinicians are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to answer any questions.
Your experienced care team members are available to support you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Customer Service Representative – Contacts you regularly to ensure you have the clotting factor and supplies you need.
Field Patient Advocate – Ensures your specific treatment needs are supported by the programs and services offered by Accredo or within the community.
Home Care Infusion Nurse – Completes infusions at home, work or school, while educating on care and independence.
Insurance Representative – Obtains prior approval for your factor order from your insurance company (or payer) before shipping and helps explain insurance paperwork; with extensive experience working with insurance companies, this team is your advocate for payer issues.
Nurse Educator – Educates patients, employers, schools, emergency rooms and insurance companies about bleeding disorder care.
Pharmacist– Reviews your prescriptions, monitors for any drug interactions and is available for medication counseling while coordinating care with your prescriber.
Telephonic Nurses and Nurse Managers – Assist with patient issues, help to establish home health nursing and answer questions you may have.