Are you on Remicade®?

Home infusion may be an option.

Remicade® is a treatment used to alleviate the symptoms of pain and inflammation in a range of autoimmune inflammatory diseases. Remicade® can be used in the treatment of the following illnesses:

  • Crohn’s disease
  • Pediatric crohn's disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Pediatric ulcerative colitis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Psoriatic arthritis
  • Plaque psoriasis
  • Ankylosing spondylitis

What is Home Infusion?

Home infusion is the administration of medication through a needle or catheter.

Many medications can be safely received at home instead of having to travel to a clinic or hospital. These medications include antibiotics, chemotherapy, and treatments for chronic and autoimmune illnesses.

HealthQuest Infusion & Specialty is a state-licensed pharmacy that provides infusion services and specialty medication. Our staff of pharmacists, certified nurses, and other members of the home infusion team provide in-person assistance and 24/7 phone access.


What are the Benefits to Home Infusion?

  • + Patients receiving home infusion find more flexibility in scheduling their treatments around work, school, and activities.
  • + Patients with immunodeficiencies and chronic illnesses have a high risk of contracting viruses. Home infusion reduces exposure to hospitals and other external settings, especially in the current COVID-19 climate.
  • + Patients report a higher quality of everyday life and the ability to maintain a regular lifestyle.
  • + Home infusion is convenient for patients who have mobility issues and/or transportation limitations.

Who Pays for Home Infusion?

Most insurances and Medicaid programs, and certain Medicare Advantage Plans will pay for home infusion.

We accept most insurance so there is no additional cost to reduce your risk by receiving infusions in the safety and convenience of your home.

Call HealthQuest today for assistance with determining your coverage: 832.612.3500


How Do I Start Home Infusion and What Happens Next?

It’s easy! Contact your physician/prescriber about starting home infusion with HealthQuest Infusion & Specialty. Your prescriber will then contact us. These steps will follow after:

  • 1. A member of HealthQuest’s home infusion team will contact your insurance, Medicaid or Medicare provider to determine coverage for home infusion.
  • 2. A member of our home infusion team will call and explain your plan of care and what to expect during your home visit.
  • 3. The medication will be delivered to your home.
  • 4. A nurse will come to your home to assist with teaching you how to store and administer your medication, and care for your IV.

Members of the home infusion team will check on you frequently to see how you are doing, refill your medications, and schedule nursing visits. Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to questions and concerns.

We make the process easy for you


Contact your prescriber


Your prescriber will contact HealthQuest


We take care of the rest