Infusion therapy nursing providers deliver critical medications in patients' homes and communities.

Infusion TherapyInfusion Therapy Nursing 

Infusion therapy nursing providers help patients receive critical medications without needing hospitalization. These nurses administer medication in homes, ambulatory care centers, nursing homes or through infusion pharmacy operations, providing support for patients of all ages.

These professionals also ensure better patient care and outcomes through ongoing monitoring and consistent follow-up visits. They need the most up-to-date standards and education to provide the care and quality patients need and expect.

That’s where CHAP comes in.

Accreditation through CHAP helps ensure infusion therapy nurses stay abreast of the knowledge and technology they need to deliver the highest quality care throughout a community.

Who should apply for accreditation?

Any organization that provides infusion nursing services directly to patients through a home health agency, ambulatory infusion center, infusion pharmacy or private duty nursing program should apply for accreditation. If you’re unsure about your state's licensing requirements, check here before applying for accreditation.  

What are the costs?

Costs for accreditation in infusion therapy nursing vary depending on the type of services provided and the number of locations where they are provided. All CHAP accreditations are valid for a three-year cycle. Costs are billed in two interest-free installments.

How do I apply for accreditation?

There are only seven steps for CHAP accreditation, from the initial application to full accreditation. Get started now in CHAP LinQ.



Where do I go for help?

If you need support as you fill out your application, check our frequently asked questions about the accreditation process or send us an email — we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.