What is On-Site Home Hemodialysis?

On-Site Home Hemodialysis (HHD) is a growing care model involving partnerships between Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) and dialysis providers to offer in-house treatments at the SNF for residents requiring dialysis.
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A Growing Opportunity

End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Patient Population in Nursing Homes

There are over 520,000 dialysis patients in the United States and approximately 65,000 of them reside in Skilled Nursing Facilities annually.1 By 2025, the population of dialysis patients is anticipated to grow to 700,000.1,2

End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Patient Population in Nursing Homes

Challenges with the current dialysis care model at SNFs have supported the growing movement towards a more patient-centric approach.

On-Site HHD - A Care Model for Success

On-Site HHD offers SNF patients requiring dialysis the opportunity to receive treatments on-site at the SNF where they reside.

Benefits of On-Site HHD

On-Site HHD minimizes the need for transportation to off-site dialysis treatments, usually at least three times per week.

Effective Care Partnerships

Effective programs rely on strong partnerships between dialysis providers and SNFs. Below are some roles and responsibilities to consider.

Considerations for
Implementing a Program

With over 11,000 patients worldwide in the home environment,11 the NxStage HHD system is the practical dialysis solution for the SNF environment.
NxStage is the Practical Solution for On-Site HHD

Designed for Success

NxStage is the Practical Solution for On-Site HHD

NxStage offers the following advantages over traditional equipment in a SNF setting, including:

  • Minimizes requirements for plumbing and electrical alterations
  • Eliminates chemical disinfection cycles
  • Minimal changes required to existing plumbing and electrical wiring
  • Eliminates maintenance of RO water treatment
  • Lowers utility costs12,13
  • Smaller treatment space