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CareLogic® Support Programs

Our Specialty Pharmacies have nine Therapeutic Resource Centers with disease focused, specialty trained clinicians. Within those TRCs, our thirteen Specialty Care Management programs, called CareLogic® provide disease-focused clinical interventions by specialized clinicians, including:
- Patient assessments
- Proactive adherence support
- Outcomes tracking
- Patient advocacy and education
- Detailed reporting
- Support for the prescriber-patient relationship and plan of care

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Immune Disorders

Patients with primary immunodeficiency disorders are unable to fight infection. Recurrent sinus and ear infections, pneumonia and other chronic infections are common. Patients are also more susceptible to life-threatening infections such as meningitis or sepsis. Lifelong therapy with immune globulin is aimed at preventing these infections and associated complications.

CareLogic® - Immune Disorders

Our Care Management Program for Immune Disorders empowers you with information and tools to manage your medication and condition. You'll receive regularly scheduled clinical assessments with our specially-trained healthcare professionals. You will also have 24 hour access to nurses and pharmacists who can help you work through issues related to the condition and help you correctly follow your treatment plan. You can call our specialists anytime at 888.773.7376.

Immune Disorders Resources

There are many organizations that can give you more information about Immune Disorders.
Some of these organizations are:

American Academy of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology
1 800 822-2762

Immune Deficiency Foundation
1 800 296-4433

The International Patient Organization for Primary Immunodeficiencies (IPOPI)

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Information Center, NIH
1 301 251-1222

National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH
1 301 402-0911

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH26
1 301 496-5717

National Institute of Child Health and Development, NIH
1 301 496-5133

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