Company InformationIVX Health was founded on January 2012. The company is based in Brentwood, TN, USA . The number of employees in IVX Health is less than 50. Ivx health is a provider of infusion and injection therapy for those with complex chronic conditions.
Here is how IVX Health describes itself: "Our local centers provide infusion care such as Remicade, Ocrevus, and Entyvio and injections like Xolair and Fasenra for patients with ongoing conditions."
Funding & investorsIVX Health has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $36M.
- Health Velocity Capital (Venture capital)
- McKesson Ventures (Venture capital)
- Crimsonox Capital
- Nueterra Capital (Private equity firm)
- McKesson Ventures (Venture capital)
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IVX Health - Blog
- COVID-19 and its Impact on Infusion Site of Care
- Activities to Beat Winter RA Symptoms
- Our Favorite Recipes for an IBD Friendly Thanksgiving
- Living Well with Psoriasis
- Multiple Sclerosis and Yoga: How It Can Help
- Beating the Heat: Living with Crohn’s in the Summer
COVID-19 has amplified patient expectations about the quality and safety of care, particularly for the growing number of patients with autoimmune diseases. New provider alternatives for ongoing infusion and injection therapy are reshaping how and where specialized care is delivered.The post COVID-19 and its Impact on Infusion Site of Care appeared first on IVX Health.
Winter can be a tough time for people with rheumatoid arthritis. The cold weather can make joints feel stiff, so it can be tempting to stay put inside all season. Whether or not you are on a biologic like Remicade, Entyvio or Orencia to treat your rheumatoid arthritis, the truth is that lack of movement can make your symptoms worse, so it’s important to make moving your body a priority, especially during the winter months.The post Activities to Beat Winter RA Symptoms appeared first on IVX Health.
There's so many traditions to look forward to when the Thanksgiving holiday rolls around - from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade to the traditional dinner feast to endless hours of football. However, if you're one of the many people living with IBD, traditional Thanksgiving foods might be the tradition you look forward to the least.The post Our Favorite Recipes for an IBD Friendly Thanksgiving appeared first on IVX Health.
October 29th is World Psoriasis Day — an annual day dedicated to raising awareness for the people living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. In the US alone, it's estimated that over 8 million people live with psoriasis.The post Living Well with Psoriasis appeared first on IVX Health.
The month of September celebrates yoga — an ancient practice combining physical, mental and spiritual strength — which many people find challenging, yet incredibly rewarding for their mind and body. It's no surprise that yoga is known to be a beneficial practice in people's lives, but it's also one of the most commonly recommended exercises for those living with multiple sclerosis.The post Multiple Sclerosis and Yoga: How It Can Help appeared first on IVX Health.
Many people are finding this summer with the outbreak of COVID-19 abnormal at best, but it can be especially challenging for those living with Crohn’s disease as they have to be extremely careful to avoid exposure to COVID-19. As we enter into the home stretch of the summer months, we're taking a deeper dive in how to live well in the heat, sunshine and Coronavirus while managing Crohn's disease.The post Beating the Heat: Living with Crohn’s in the Summer appeared first on IVX Health.