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We empower patients to treat and manage their bleeding disorder.

We build customized care plans for each patient that fits their lifestyle and is focused on improving their quality of life.

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WHY PARAGON?

Focused on Quality of Life

For each one of our hemophilia patients we offer network connections to local organizations, resources, a full line of support items, and educational training.

Easy Referral Process for Physicians

We complete insurance verification, benefits investigations, prior authorizations, reimbursements, 
and more.

Smooth Transition for Patients

Our goal is to make the transition from a patient's current provider as smooth as possible by fully handling the referral process for them.

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Educational Resources

We want to be a resource to each one of our patients by providing helpful materials and answering questions about life with a bleeding disorder.

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We're a Patient Advocate

Our heart is for all members of the bleeding disorder community to receive proper diagnosis and have access to the treatment they need, including women.

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Pharmacist On-Call 24/7

We know that emergencies happen unexpectedly and at the most inconvenient times. Our pharmacists are here 24/7 for anything our patients need.

Customized Care Plans for Patients

We understand that living with a bleeding disorder is challenging and different for each individual. We tailor each treatment plan to fit the lifestyle of the patient.

Free Overnight Shipping

Our goal is to make sure you have all of the medication and supplies that you need, when you need them. We ship overnight directly to your door for free.

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Involved in 100+ Events

Our heart is to connect with each individual hemophiliac which is why we are engaged with as many nonprofits as possible throughout the USA.

Paragon Hemophilia empowers patients to have flexibility with their treatment

What is hemophilia?

Hemophilia is a rare bleeding disorder caused by a genetic defect. It prevents the blood from forming a suitable clot, so patients with this disorder will bleed longer than other people. They may experience symptoms such as easy bruising, bleeding gums, unexplained nosebleeds, heavy menstrual bleeding, excessive bleeding after surgery, or internal bleeding.

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What are the different types of hemophilia?

Hemophilia A

Hemophilia A is a result of having a low amount of factor VIII (8) in the blood and can be classified as severe, moderate, or mild depending on the amount of clotting factor circulating in the blood.

Hemophilia B

Hemophilia B is a result of having a low amount of factor IX (9) in the blood and can be classified as severe, moderate, or mild depending on the amount of clotting factor circulating in the blood.

Hemophilia symptoms are different for each person. Learn more about the different types of Hemophilia.
von Willebrand Disease impacts both men and women equally

What is von Willebrand (vWD)?

Von Willebrand Disease (vWD) is a rare bleeding disorder also caused by a genetic defect. It affects about 3.2 million people in the United States, making it the most common bleeding disorder. People with vWD are not able to form a suitable clot because there is an insufficient amount of von Willebrand factor in their blood or it does not work properly. This results in similar symptoms to hemophilia.

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What are the different types of vWD?

Type 1

About 85% of people diagnosed with vWD have type 1, the mildest form. People with type 1 have lower than normal von Willebrand factor in their blood.

Type 2

About 20% of those diagnosed with vWD have type 2. This type has the normal amount of vW factor in their blood, but it does not function as it should. There are four subtypes of Type 2: A, B, M, and N.

Type 3

Only 3% of those diagnosed with vWD have type 3. This type has little-to-no vW factor in their blood, increasing their risk for severe bleeding into joints.

Women can be diagnosed with hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease
Bleeding disorders can be treated with infusible and injectable drug therapies

How are bleeding disorders treated?

Hemophilia can be treated with medication that is given into the vein to replace the missing clotting factor. People with hemophilia A may have an option to use an injected medicine, similar to getting a shot at the doctor’s office. Depending on the type of vWD, it is treated with medication that is given orally or medication that is given into the vein to replace the missing clotting factor. Medication for vWD and hemophilia is provided by a specialty pharmacy, such as Paragon. Bleeding disorders can also be managed through proper nutrition and exercise.

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Bleeding Disorder Blog Articles

Bleeding Disorders in Men

June is Men’s Health Month, a national observance used to raise awareness about health care for men and focus on encouraging boys, men, and their families to practice and implement healthy living decisions, such as exercising and eating healthy. Read the full article to learn more about bleeding disorders in men.

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5 Tips for Managing Your Bleeding Disorder

Each bleeding disorder comes with its own set of challenges and complications. Read the full article to learn 5 tips for managing your bleeding disorder.

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Plasma Donations: The Gift of Life

Did you know that a component of your blood could be used to create life-saving medicine for someone else? It is true! Read the full article to learn more about plasma donations and the gift of life.

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What resources are available to me?

Hope for Hemophilia 501(c)(3)

Helping people living with hemophilia and their families through seasons of crisis since 2009 with financial, emotional, and practical support.

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Hemophilia Federation of America

A patient education, services and advocacy organization for the rare bleeding disorders community. Focused on bleeding disorder patients and caregivers.

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The Coalition for Hemophilia B

The Coalition for Hemophilia B strives to make quality of life the focal point of treatment for individuals living with Hemophilia B. For over 28 years we have pursued our mission through a family-oriented approach, because hemophilia affects the whole family.

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National Hemophilia Foundation

Dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding disorders and preventing complications through education, advocacy, and research.

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Accreditation

Paragon Healthcare is dually accredited by URAC and the Accreditation Commission for Health Care. URAC is an independent, nonprofit accreditation entity founded in 1990. URAC’s mission is to advance healthcare quality through leadership, accreditation, measurement and innovation.

ACHC is an independent, private, not-for-profit corporation established in 1986. The association for Home and Hospice Care of North Carolina established ACHC to ensure quality, patient-focused, clearly written accreditation standards for in-home aide services.
Paragon is accredited by ACHC
Paragon is accredited by URAC

Hemo Pharmacy Locations

Paragon Healthcare Specialty – Hemophilia Division
3033 W. President George Bush Hwy., Suite 100B
833-862-4559 | 855-862-4373
info@paragonspecialty.com

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Accreditation

Paragon Healthcare is dually accredited by URAC and the Accreditation Commission for Health Care. URAC is a independant, nonprofit accreditation entity founded in 1990. URAC’s mission is to advance healthcare quality through leadership, accreditation, measurement and innovation.

ACHC is an independent, private, not-for-profit corporation established in 1986. The association for Home and Hospice Care of North Carolina established ACHC to ensure quality, patient-focused, clearly written accreditation standards for in-home aide services.
Paragon Healthcare is accredited through ACHC
Paragon Healthcare's specialty pharmacy is accredited by URAC
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