Patient Assistance Programs

Patient Assistance Programs aim to help those who lack health insurance or prescription drug coverage afford their medications. These programs are usually offered by pharmaceutical companies to provide free or low-cost medications to qualifying individuals. We work to improve the affordability of medications (including insulin) with policymakers and through close contact with manufacturers to understand options available to patients. Work with your doctor to complete the patient assistance application.

Visit mat.org to see options for a specific drug. Available programs are:

Abbott FreeStyle Libre

Abbvie Medications

AstraZenca Prescription Savings Program or 1.800.AZandMe (1.800.292.6363)

Bayer Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA)

Blink Health Prescription Discount Program

Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation

Eisai Reimbursement Resources

GoodRx Discount Program

InsideRx Discount Program

Janssen Care Path

Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc.

Lilly Cares 

Merck Patient Assistance Program

Novo Nordisk Cornerstone 4 Care

Pfizer Rx Pathways or 1.844.989-PATH (7284)

PhRMA

Sanofi Patient Connection

Patient Advocates

Our Network partners work exclusively on endocrine patient education and research. They may also advocate on your behalf with insurance companies, policymakers and other marketplace entities who influence decision about your healthcare needs. Learn more!

 

If you would like your patient assistance program added to this list, please contact hormone@endocrine.org.

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