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Provider Services

Distinguished for leadership in adult and pediatric bleeding disorder diagnosis, patient care, education and clinical research, the IHTC provides an expert onsite comprehensive multidisciplinary team, outreach clinics and home visits throughout Indiana, 24/7 consultative and referral services for providers, resulting in optimally managed patients. Please read about the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center’s (IHTC) provider services available to you and your staff.

IHTC Website
Disease specific information pertinent to both pediatric and adult patients is available 24/7 on the IHTC website at www.ihtc.org/medical-professionals. Content is tailored to providers and covers:

  • Bleeding disorders, clotting disorders, sickle cell disease and other hematological disorders
  • Details of specific disorders within each category including: causes, signs, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, complications and special considerations
  • A variety of printable materials for patient use is available; these resources can be found at www.ihtc.org/ihtc-passport-to-care/

Consultations
IHTC staff is available 24/7 for pediatric and adult outpatient consultation and referral, including emergent or after-hours needs. Call 877-256-8837 for these services. For after-hours requests, the IHTC answering service will connect you with the appropriate on-call provider.

Educational CME/CNE Opportunities
To ensure advanced care for persons with bleeding disorders throughout the country, the IHTC established the Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Programs in 1996. It has run continuously since inception, making it the longest-running curriculum-based national bleeding disorders educational program. Partners provides education for HTC and non-HTC (hemophilia treatment center) medical providers on bleeding and thrombotic disorders. Physicians, nurses and other health care providers who treat persons with bleeding or clotting disorders can access training from any location, at any time. Non-HTC providers can access free on-demand learning modules via the Partners PRN open access site at www.partnersprn.org. The dynamic, web-based system allows flexibility for content revision, expansion, and growth as participants’ needs change. The Partners PRN website offers continuing education opportunities free of charge for nurses, social workers, physical therapists, and physicians.

Living Our Mission
Living Our Mission summarizes the IHTC’s efforts to provide patients and their families with the treatment and support they need to thrive. The IHTC’s vast array of programs and services is highlighted in this document, including those provided by the IHTC’s multidisciplinary team. Learn about the IHTC’s impact through the Living Our Mission narrative and from By the Numbers, which provide meaningful statistics on IHTC efforts. Living Our Mission can be viewed at www.ihtc.org/2013/05/living-our-mission/.

Grand Rounds/Educational In-services
The IHTC provides lectures on a variety of topics via Grand Round or more personalized in-services. These topics encompass bleeding and clotting disorders and other benign hematologic conditions. Any of the IHTC’s expert hematologists may be requested for a lecture or in-service. Nurses and other multidisciplinary staff are also available to provide in-services. To learn more, contact the IHTC at 877-256-8837.

Educational Materials
The IHTC provides printed educational materials on a variety of bleeding and clotting disorders for adult and pediatric patients and providers. To request educational materials, please complete this request for materials and email to feedback@ihtc.org.

Updated July 2015.

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