Arthritis Copay Cards & Assistance
Written on April 1, 2015 by Asitha
The sheer cost of battling chronic illnesses can overwhelm us — before we ever take our first medication. If you or your loved ones are having trouble financially, here are some programs aiming to help with arthritis copay cards.
REMICADE Partnership Assistance
(888) 652-6227 | janssenaccessone.com
Looking for a place to start?
Janssen Access One includes resources on patient assistance and rebate programs aimed at helping make your Remicade prescription more affordable.
CELEBREX Savings Card
(888) 678-2692 | celebrex.com
Use the CELEBREX Savings Card and save up to $15 on each of 12 prescriptions.
Just bring your CELEBREX Savings Card and prescription for CELEBREX to a participating pharmacy and you will instantly receive up to $15 off the purchase.
Opana ER Co-Pay Card
(800) 462-3636 | opana.com
Eligible patients could pay no more than $15 on each of their eligible prescriptions for Opana® ER. Plus, they can use the same Co-Pay Card up to 12 times per year
Prescription Assistance for SIMPONI
(877) 697-4676 | janssenprescriptionassistance.com
SimponiOne® Cost Support, for those eligible, may provide instant savings on your out-of-pocket medication costs for SIMPONI® for up to 12 months after activation, 12 injections, or $6,000 annual program benefit, whichever comes first.
ACTEMRA Patient Assistance Programs
(800) 228-3672 | genentech-access.com
If you are worried about paying for ACTEMRA® (tocilizumab), we can help. We offer programs to help you access ACTEMRA, regardless of your ability to pay.
We can work with you if:
- You have no health care plan
- Your health care plan turned down paying for ACTEMRA
- You have a high co-pay or co-insurance
Rituxan Access Solutions
(855) 692-6729 | genentech-access.com
We Focus on Access so You Can Focus on Health
If you are worried about paying for Rituxan® (rituximab), Rituxan Access Solutions has programs to help you. Learn how the Genentech BioOncology Co-pay Card can help with the out-of-pocket costs for Rituxan for NHL/CLL.
(800) 424-6942 | cimzia.com
Have or need a CIMZIA Co-Pay Savings Card?
CIMZIA offers a comprehensive patient support program called CIMplicity. You can get up to 12 months of CIMZIA with no out-of-pocket costs to you with the CIMZIA Co-Pay Savings Card. UCB offers help with co-pay assistance through the CIMZIA Co-Pay Savings Card.
Humira Protection Plan
(800) 448-6472 | Humira.com
Taking or thinking of taking Humira?
Regardless of your current status—employed, unemployed, insured, or uninsured — HUMIRA offers guidance and support to help you access the treatment your doctor has prescribed.
Patient Assistance Now
(800) 245-5356 | PatientAssistancenow.com
Novartis: Our Commitment to Patients
At Novartis, our mission is to help improve people’s lives by pioneering health care treatments, which include researching and developing innovative prescription medicines. We also are committed to educating people about their diseases and conditions, and about the Novartis medicines they take.
(866) 547-0644 | kineretrx.com
Please call or go to the website for more information. There are two programs. KineretKare Patient Support Program will pay up to $300 for a 30-day supply up to $3,600 per year, but person needs to be covered by a commercial insurance. Fill out one-page form and submit with copy of both sides of insurance card. Enrollment is good for one-year, then patients need to re-enroll. Sobi Patient Assistance Program (PAP) offers to pay up to 100%, but there are financial eligibility requirements (proof of household income must be provided). Two-page form must be filled out by patient and doctor.
ENBREL Support™ Card
(888)-436-2735 | enbrel.com
The ENBREL Support™ Card provides financial support to eligible* commercially insured patients when presented to the pharmacy. Call the insurance specialists at the number above first to determine your eligibility. For all eligible patients*, the ENBREL Support™ card program may offer the first six months at no out-of-pocket expense to you and $10 or less afterward.