DrugCo Health is proud to serve the bleeding disorders community. We strive to serve every client with customized care. Our team focuses on prevention and identification of the early signs of bleeds and inhibitors. We encourage self-management in the home and compliance with prescribed physician orders.
DrugCo Health has full-time specialists who are trained in managing all bleeding disorders. Our team works with hemophilia treatment centers, local hematologists, as well as national and state foundations.
Home healthcare specialty infusion therapy, retail and durable medical equipment (DME) pharmacy capabilities
Products delivered when and where you need them
Access to our pharmacy and 24/7 nursing teams
Managed care experts
Our DrugCo Health team understand the complications of an inhibitor. Our inhibitor specialists will educate you on “best practices” for tolerizing your inhibitor with your physicians individualized treatment plan.
Education on comorbidities and their impact
Transitioning to Medicare
Preserving joint health
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle
Hemophilia is a genetic disorder affecting the family. According to the Center for Disease Control, “As many as 1% of women in the United States may have a bleeding disorder.” At DrugCo Health, we believe that women should be considered for clinical diagnoses of blood disorders at the same rate as men.
Many women are not aware that the term “symptomatic carrier” can actually carry a clinical diagnosis of mild, moderate, or severe hemophilia. With an official diagnosis, your insurance company may cover therapies for your bleeding disorder. Our team can help you take the steps to understand and advocate for your bleeding disorder.
Preschool or elementary
- Individualized education programs and 504 plans
- In-school treatment plans
- Teacher and school nurse education
- School grounds safety
Middle school or adolescence
- Venipuncture techniques
- Self-administration of factor products
- Personal accountability of treatment regimens
- Bleed management
- Adapting to teenage life with a bleeding disorder
College and the work force
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Owning your own healthcare
- Advocating for your bleeding disorder
- Referral to local chapters and support groups
- Transitioning insurance coverage from dependent under parents’ policy to Medicaid or your own individual primary policy
- FMLA, IEP, and 504 PLANS
- Referrals to local chapters
- Referrals to support groups for women with bleeding disorders
- Types of von Willebrand disease (vWD)
- Patient education by nurses
- Medical alert bracelets
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