The monetary aspects of health care make discharge from an acute care facility to an ambulatory infusion setting a necessity for infusion administration. In many cases, hospitalization can be avoided by delivering infusion therapies in an ambulatory setting. Care of patients in this setting is best accomplished through a specialized team structure to meet patient and ¬organizational needs for safe, effective, and high-quality infusion therapy. To best meet these needs, INS has developed Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Ambulatory Infusion Centers, the latest addition in our Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy series of resources. This latest resource provides guidance to clinicians caring for patients in this setting. If you are looking for a resource developed exclusively for this setting, look no further than INS.