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Since 2021, Prosper Infusion is Best-in-Class for Providing COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

We offer bebtelovimab to fight the BA2, BA4, and BA5 Omicron variant under the FDA's Emergency Use Authorization in the home to treat patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19. We hire the best infusion nurses who are highly trained to administer treatment, instead of waiting in line or leaving your home.

Trusted by Hillsborough County, Prosper Infusion is a licensed and accredited home infusion therapy provider in the state of Florida that specializes in providing Monoclonal Antibody treatment in the home. We are not an unlicensed, unpermitted wellness clinic like some "cash only" competitors. We operate a community and specialty infusion pharmacy, as well as a Florida home health agency.

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Why Prosper Infusion?

We hold full licensure and permits to dispense and provide infusion nursing services in the home in Tampa. Competitors charging “cash only” prices do not have the appropriate licenses and permits in FL, meaning you don’t know the quality of nurses you are getting. You don't even know where they are located on Google Maps. We’ve gone through rigorous licensure and permitting processes that take months, and hire only the most competent nurses.

Additionally, unlike the competitors that charge “cash only,” we do our best to accept a variety of insurances and will let you know upfront the costs and coverage situation when billing your insurance company.

Lastly, please reach out if you are considering monoclonal treatment. We are quick to respond when you text us at 813-749-0786, and will try our best to help provide you with timely treatment and navigate your insurance coverage and reimbursement situation for the procedure.

How does Prosper Infusion's Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Work?

Our goal is to ensure you have safe, timely, and high-quality treatment experience to help you recover from COVID-19. The actual treatment should take 2 hours. Here are the steps you can expect:

  1. Patient schedules appointment online or by texting us and completes the intake and medical consent form
  2. We review the request and call patient to discuss COVID-19 symptoms / exposure
  3. We will coordinate with patient and nurse to identify appropriate infusion date and time
  4. We will deliver the Monoclonal Antibody treatment to patient’s home, with instructions how to store prior to infusion treatment
  5. On day of Monoclonal Antibody treatment, nurse will conduct a medical assessment, complete the therapy, and stay one hour for observation

Who is eligible to receive Monoclonal Antibody treatment?

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) that permits emergency use of COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatments. The Monoclonal Antibody treatment may be accessed by patients age 12 or older (and weighing at least 88 pounds) who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are at higher risk for progression to severe COVID-19. Criteria for High Risk Individuals:

  • Have not received the COVID-19 vaccine, or
  • Have a chronic condition (e.g., diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, COPD, asthma, chronic kidney disease, neurodevelopmental disorders, etc.), or
  • Have an immunosuppressive disease or are currently on immunosuppressive treatment, or
  • Are 65+ old, pregnant, or overweight/obese (e.g., BMI >25 kg/m2)

Other medical conditions or factors (for example, race or ethnicity) may also place individual patients at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19 and authorization under the EUA is not limited to the medical conditions or factors listed above.

Why Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Over Other Treatments?

If you have COVID-19 and are at high-risk for progression to severe disease or hospitalization, you would qualify for multiple COVID-19 treatments. When considering your options, you should take into account drug interactions, kidney and liver function, length and burden of travel, and the potential for rebound symptoms. Monoclonal antibodies are a one-time treatment that has minimal drug interactions and its use is not contraindicated in patients with kidney or liver disease. You also don't need to go to a hospital for a 3-day course.

If you begin other treatments, such as Paxlovid, you will be disqualified from monoclonal antibody treatment. Please reach out via text at 813-749-0786 if you would like to discuss your options further.

How much does monoclonal antibody cost?

Text us at 813-749-0786 and we can check the cost of this procedure for you based on your insurance. Regular Medicare will cover monoclonal treatment without any cost share to the patient. Commercial insurers will cover likely cover the procedure, but it is subject to your deductibles, copays, and coinsurance.


How is Prosper Infusion qualified to offer monoclonal antibody treatment?

Prosper Infusion is a licensed and accredited specialty infusion pharmacy and home health agency in the state of Florida who treat patients with serious illness. We are highly qualified to coordinating your monoclonal antibody treatment and strive to deliver a positive patient experience.

What’s a monoclonal antibody?

Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful pathogens such as viruses.

Who provides the monoclonal antibody treatment?

A highly trained registered nurse will administer your monoclonal antibody treatment via an IV or subcutaneous injection.

How long does the monoclonal antibody treatment take?

The whole treatment process will generally take 2 to 2.5 hours, which includes 60 minutes of supervision post-infusion.

How do I know if I’m eligible for monoclonal antibody treatment?

The following groups are eligible for treatment:

  • If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to person with known COVID-19
  • Have mild or moderate COVID-19 symptoms
  • Have a high risk of getting sicker and going to the hospital
  • Get treatment within 7 days of when your symptoms begin and when you first tested positive

What are the side effects of monoclonal antibody treatment?

Allergic reactions have been reported by patients and providers during and after the monoclonal antibody infusion. Tell your nurse right away if you get any of the following signs and symptoms of allergic reactions: fever; chills; nausea; headache; shortness of breath; low blood pressure; wheezing; swelling of your lips, face, or throat; rash, including hives; itching; muscle aches; and/or dizziness.

Additionally, the infusion may cause brief pain, bleeding, bruising of the skin, soreness, and swelling.

How much does monoclonal antibody treatment cost?

Text us at 813-749-0786 and we can check the cost of this procedure for you based on your insurance.

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