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Avatar n tn Hi Duncan and welcome to the pain management community. I am also on Opana ER, 30 mg twice a day and I have been using the copay card that gives me $25 off each prescription for up to $300 in savings over the course of a year. If you make under a certain amount per year, you may also qualify for their patient assistance program...they help folks that don't have insurance by giving them their medication for free!
Avatar n tn How can I obtain a micardis discount card (or micardis my card) to assist with medicare copay? It is a Tier 3 medication and very expensive.
Avatar n tn RibaPak / Ribasphere If you carry commercial insurance*, the Ribasphere Ribapak Copay Savings Card may reduce your monthly copay. If you have not yet received this card from our office, you may obtain your card online by visiting www.ribapak.com/savings. If you are uninsured, contact the Ribacare Patient Assistance Program at (866) 650-7422 Don't give up. It would a shame if you had to stop treatment over red tape.
Monster You can call the customer service department for your insurance and they can provide you with copay information or you can take the prescription to your local Walgreens pharmacy and they can process it on your card to obtain the copay amount. There may be discount coupons available, however, they are usually not able to be used if you have any form of government sponsored insurance.
Avatar n tn There is a Program offered by Astellas where you can save a lot of money. I don't pay any copay for my Prograf but I am on a pretty low dose. There is an eligibility requirement. The following is from the site: "Welcome to the activation page for the Astellas Prograf:Value Card Program. You can complete the enrollment process in 3 easy steps.
572651 tn?1530999357 The mfg of Lunesta will send you a discount card that will pay your copay on insurance, up to $50 per month ($600 per year) if you use their sleep medicine. I figure this is information worth sharing with you ..... http://www.lunesta.com/dreamkit/lunesta-savings.html?
Avatar n tn Under my insurance, my name brand copay is $50 but because I use the manufactor pharmacy card, my copay is just $10. These cards are completely free, there is no catch. This particular prescription has a cash price of like $480 so that's quite the savings!
Avatar n tn If u ask ur Dr for the 0 copay card he should give it to u.
572651 tn?1530999357 We have had many discussion about Provigil vs Nuvigil - I just received an email with the offer from Nuvigil for 7 days free and a prescription card that will cover the co-pay (up to $50) for many people. Though it probably has the usual exclusion of rx's filled with govt. programs. I thought this was worth sharing. You should find the link off their home page at nuvigil . c o m - take the spaces out, of course! be well, stay alert!
667078 tn?1316000935 Well I am again left hanging by Teva copay assistance. I went through being accepted to SS discount program never to have them come through. Then they suggested I apply for needs based through the Chronic Disease Fund in July they accepted me a day after I refilled even though I faxed in the paperwork asap. They would not honor it until my next three month refill in October. I sold my mother's gold necklace to pay the three hundred dollars.
1040373 tn?1273687488 This really confuses and concerns me. With your insurance you should have a co-pay or an amount that you are responsible for. People without insurance are often asked to pay for services in advance. My nephew's partner is uninsured and was recently in kidney failure (she's 22years old) and they would not do the kidney biopsy until she paid 50% of the bill. Crazy, huh?
Avatar f tn I have a bcbs ppo and was supposed to have a copay at my first visit, but since I'd already paid a bit out of pocket they said it was covered
Avatar f tn Dear juls888, The answer to your question can be found in your insurance contract/policy. If your insurance carrier is holding you responsible for a separate copay for your newborn, then they should be able to show that is stated in your policy. You need to contact the customer service number on your membership card to request that.
Avatar n tn She had to take her child to Urgent Care for an ear problem. When she arrived, she was asked for her insurace card and she made sure she ask the clerk if they were in Network. She said they were and proceeded to ask for her co-pay. She paid, was taken care of and left. A few months later she had to return with another ailment with her child. Another copay and treatment and child was take care of. A few months later she receives a bill from the doctor's office for $600.
6786733 tn?1384795749 How's your credit rating/limit? HectorSF knows a lot more than me but if worse comes to worse paying off a credit card, or credit union loan might be a way to go. You can't buy an old used car for $1800 these days. Please keep us posted.
446474 tn?1446347682 to manage hepatic encephalopathy, also known as HE. The welcome kit will contain a copay assistance card and educational materials about HE." The program entails: * A 24-hour toll-free support hotline * Copay assistance for eligible patients * Educational resources * Treatment adherence support *Note: Only patients who are at risk of overt hepatic encephalopathy recurrence are eligible for this program. To register go to https://www.helpenroll.com/Main to sign up. Best regards.
626299 tn?1316707893 Vertex does have a copay help program which give a 20% copay help. After a 20% copay card from Verrtex, my out of pocket, roughly $14,000 for a 12 week treatment. I just cant afford this. Is anybody working on a drug coverage appeal for Incivek or have you found other means of assitance?
Avatar m tn I wanted to know what are the side-effects of ingesting prograf (tacrolimus) and sensipar (cincalet) together? I am a kidney-transplant recepient.
Avatar n tn Is your copay for prescriptions $25? check your ins card. If generic is cheaper than $25 then I'd opt for the generic. Still unsure? Call your BCBS to double check. When I had my prescription filled it was for a 90 day supply. ( the first one to get filled). If you have a $25 copay, then you should contact your doc and have them redo your prescription for like a 60 or 90 day supply at a time.
2863077 tn?1436670789 I'm in Utah and its 60 days for me.
Avatar n tn There is a coupon card you can print out. Go to the tab that says $0 copay. 2/3'rds of the way down there should be a button you can push to access the printable card. Print it out and give this to your pharmacist. The current coupon will cover $50/mos. of your script. I was on suboxone for 6 years and never paid for any co-pay or anything. My script was mainly paid by my insurance and the remaining co-pay was covered by a similar coupon.
Avatar f tn My doctor wants me to consider Sensipar. After reading up on it am more confused than ever. I do not believe I want to take this drug. Scan was negative but from research am not holding it to be accurate. Suggestions and thoughts greatly appreciated.
Avatar m tn Have the $5 copay card on Repatha (wife is on too and has no problems and had less but still too many problems on statins) but we go on medicare in a year and then the $5 copay card turns into $150-$400 per month. Will keep her on, cause her numbers are VERY bad and I will probably go back to Welchol and zetia, for what it is worth.
Avatar m tn They helped me out tremendously and credited my bank card $2000 with their co-pay assistance program. I believe they said that they help up to $2500 (maybe a little less). Have you reached out-of-pocket on your insurance plan? I have and now the insurance company pays 100%. I don't know the type of insurance plan you have, but if you reach out-of-pocket, you shouldn't have to pay anymore. I reach out-of-pocket quickly with the Copaxone.
Avatar f tn so plan 2 has anyone use support path 5 dollar copay for solvaldi? Does the Pharmacies actually accept them as payment for meds. AlSo HAve panf foundation card .
Avatar f tn You would have to wait for reimbursment but you could get the money back. Maybe put it on a credit card and or pull money off a credit card and pay it back when insurance money comes in. Just thoughts.. As far as tapering, you could personal message "Avisg" she is the taper queen here on the forum. She's a sweetheart and I'm sure she will help.