Clinical excellence infused with compassionate care
Patient first approach
At Option Care Health, we’re doing all we can to provide the therapy, technology and expert care that women need to survive and thrive through high-risk pregnancies. Our approach is always to put the patients first by partnering with local prescribers to provide individualized, clinically exceptional and extraordinarily compassionate care.
We do more than just provide immediate therapy, we help empower women to take control of their own health and that of their babies. Fulfilling all of a patient’s therapy requirements helps drive compliance and provide convenience for optimal outcomes.
Improving the patient experience, every time
We accommodate our patients’ individual lifestyles with convenience and compassion.
"I was very happy with my care. I was extremely happy with my nurse. She cared about my health and my comfort and she cared about the well-being of my child. You could tell she loved her job. I would highly recommend Option Care."
Option Care Patient, Women’s Health
"I wasn’t sure our insurance would cover home infusion services like Option Care, but they made it happen! No hassle, no worries. It was just done."
Patient Survey Response
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Option Care Health
Infusion therapy care during pregnancy
Personalized programs to meet the needs of each patient and ensure the safety and health of the mother and baby
- Prematurity Program
- Nausea and Vomiting Hyperemesis Program
- Diabetes in Pregnancy Program
- Hypertension in Pregnancy Program
Our Prematurity Program provides patients high-risk OB home care with integrated pharmacy management services. For mothers with a history of spontaneous preterm birth, this support can be key to avoiding recurrent preterm delivery.
At home care programs include weekly visits to inject hydroxyprogesterone caproate medication and to educate patients on a wide variety of pregnancy and health related topics. Nurses will provide a maternal fetal assessment and one-on-one education covering signs and symptoms of preterm labor and when to access our 24 hour OB nurse call center.
Nausea and Vomiting Hyperemesis Program
Nausea and vomiting (NV) – known as hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) in severe cases – is the leading cause of hospitalization during early pregnancy. Option Care Health’s Nausea and Vomiting Hyperemesis Program helps to control and alleviate this condition though the services of a registered dietitian, pharmacist and an OB/GYN nurse.
Option Care Health treats conditions such as hyperemesis, dehydration, malabsorption and malnutrition to reduce complications for the mother and baby. This home-based program reduces the need for ER visits and hospitalization, and replaces fluids, electrolytes and nutrients.
Diabetes in Pregnancy Program
Diabetes in pregnancy exhibits similar symptoms of pregnancy itself – increased thirst, fatigue, nausea and vomiting. It may develop during pregnancy or be part of the patient’s pre-pregnancy health profile. If left untreated, diabetes can adversely affect the size of the baby and the overall health of mother and child.
The Option Care Health infusion therapy in Pregnancy Program provides education and monitoring of blood glucose, nutrition, meal planning and activity level. Our intensive management of the patient’s clinical status and one-on-one support for patient compliance helps reduce risks for the mother and baby during pregnancy.
Hypertension in Pregnancy Program
One out of four women suffer from hypertension during pregnancy. Fortunately, Option Care Health has a Hypertension in Pregnancy Program to control the effects of gestational hypertension, chronic hypertension and preeclampsia.
This Option Care Health infusion therapy in Pregnancy Program includes daily telephonic assessment by an OB nurse and on-going communication to the physician of changes in a patient’s clinical status that require intervention. Skilled nurses educate patients on signs and symptoms of progressive disease, use of blood pressure cuff, reporting of signs and symptoms and blood pressure results outside of prescribed parameters.