they receive biologic therapy.
With local centers across the country, Multiple Sclerosis patients requiring ongoing biologic infusions or injections relax in privacy and comfort during treatment.
Redefine your care experience
Guaranteed for all patients, with leather recliners and chairs for guests
On Your Schedule
Local centers offer flexible scheduling, including evenings and weekends
Greeted by name at check-in, patient suites are always ready when you arrive
Sit Back and Relax
Cable TV, Netflix, and more so you can catch up on your favorite shows
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Our Multiple Sclerosis Formulary
Multiple Sclerosis Resources
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) is a non-profit organization with chapters located throughout the United States. The organization funds research, advocates for social and political change, provides education, and sponsors services that help people with multiple sclerosis and their families.
The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, known in the MS community as MS Focus, is a nonprofit organization focused on providing free services that address the critical needs of people with MS and their families, helping them maintain the best quality of life.
For many who’ve been diagnosed with MS, the anxiety and frustration that undoubtedly comes between diagnosis and treatment can be difficult to manage. The J|B Box was born to ease the worry and remind others to just breathe.
As important as it is to stay active while living with MS, it’s even more important to exercise safely. During the heat of the summer, that means taking extra precautions to ensure you break a sweat while keeping yourself safe and healthy.
With the growing cost of care – especially for specialty pharmaceuticals like biologics – combined with new health plans designed to shift more of the financial responsibility to patients, every penny counts. Worrying about covering healthcare costs shouldn’t be at the forefront of anyone’s thoughts. Fortunately, there are a number of non-profit organizations and drug manufacturers that provide patient assistance programs (PAPs) to help shoulder some – and sometimes even all – of the financial burden.
As patients navigate the day-to-day of chronic disease management, it can be difficult to track medication, manage symptoms, and receive the support they need to live a healthy and fulfilled life. Fortunately, several companies took note and introduced apps to help patients understand, manage and provide insights into their condition.