Our experience can help you institute best practices

With more than 50 years of renal therapy innovations, Baxter is the leader in home dialysis. In fact, Baxter supports more patients dialyzing at home than any other company. Whether your dialysis facility or nephrology practice is just beginning to send patients home or is working to enhance existing home protocols, consider these best practices guidelines a starting point.

 

For new home programs

For practices or facilities interested in starting a new home program, here are some best practice guidelines to help you get started. Learn more.

 

For existing home programs

For practices or facilities interested in enhancing their current home program to care for more patients, here are some best practice guidelines. Learn more.

Preparing your program

  • Preparing your home care team, including an in-depth look at care team roles
  • Nurse staffing, including suggested ratios
  • Space and supplies
  • Charting
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Preparing your program

  • Reaching out for growth with suggested strategies
  • Nurse staffing, including suggested ratios for handling growth
  • Space and supplies
  • Charting
  • Learn more

Preparing patients

  • Timing for Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) patient education and training
  • Prescription guideline resources
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Preparing patients

  • Timing for PD patient education and training
  • Prescription guideline resources
  • Learn more

Ongoing efforts

  • Patient monitoring during first four months
  • Infection protocols
  • Potential trouble spots to monitor in a new program and how to overcome them
  • Learn more

Ongoing efforts

  • Patient monitoring during first four months
  • Infection protocols
  • Learn more

Baxter has more patients dialyzing at home than any other company.