Can anybody tell me what the out of pocket cost is for Symilin?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    see #2 in this list...

    WHERE CAN I FIND LOW COST DIABETIC SUPPLIES?

    1.)Abbott Diabetes Care Patient Assistance Program

    This program assists financially disadvantaged individuals who meet certain income criteria. The Abbott Diabetes Care application can be found at http://www.rxassist.org/providers/documents/Abbott... or call 866-224-8887.

    2.)Amylin Patient Care Assistance Program

    1-800-330-7647 (phone)

    http://www.amylin.com/products/reimbursement.cfm (overview and contact info)

    http://www.amylin.com/pdf/Byetta_PAP_App.pdf (Byetta help application)

    http://www.amylin.com/pdf/SYMLIN_PAP_App.pdf (Symlin application)

    Amylin Patient Assistance Program

    PO Box 8435

    Gaithersburg, MD 20898

    3.) Bayer

    Receive your FREE diabetes Care Kit which includes Ascensia® blood glucose meter, Lancet device, carrying case and strips. Must be 14 years of age or older to receive this offer. This offer is open to US Residents only. https://secure.xubex.com/apply/diabetes.aspx (free diabetes care kit through www.xubex.com)

    4.) Bridge to Access

    GlaxoSmithKline’s patient assistance program for non-oncology medicines, provides GSK prescription medicines to eligible low-income patients without prescription drug benefits. To apply via phone, call 1-866-PATIENT to receive by fax or mail.

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/enrollment/eligibil... (eligibility)

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/ProductList (medicine list- incl Avandia and Avandamet. This list may not be complete. If you do not see your GlaxoSmithKline medicine listed, please call 1-888-825-5249, M-F 8AM-8PM ET.)

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/forms/enrollment_fo... (enrollment forms)

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/getting_products/re... (how to get your first refill)

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/getting_products/ob... (how to get subsequent refills)

    Each subsequent refill must be requested by calling 1-866-PATIENT at least three weeks before the patient’s existing supply of medicine is completed.

    http://www.bridgestoaccess.com/PatientEnrollment?p... (online form for application)

    Bridges to Access

    PO Box 29038 • Phoenix, AZ 85038-9038

    1-866-PATIENT(728-4368)

    5.) IPump.org, Inc. (http://www.ipump.org)/ offers limited reimbursement for diabetes medications, supplies, and insulin to persons who qualify under their "ERMA" (Emergency Request for Medical Assistance) program. They also offer limited monthly financial assistance to qualifying persons to help cover the cost of insulin, diabetes medications and supplies. Persons may only receive financial assistance through one program and no more than once per year. Under their "REDS" program eligible persons may receive certain free diabetes and insulin pump supplies. Contact the Assistance Program Director, program-director@ipump.org for more information about programs currently funded.

    6.) Islets of Hope http://www.isletsofhope.com/diabetes/assistance-pr... lists comprehensive assistance programs by state, as well as international resources for other countries. Includes private, corporate, and government programs. Click on “Assistance Programs” in their pull-down menu. Islets of hope also has a guidebook describing assistance programs for diabetes supplies, insulin pumps, medication, etc

    http://www.isletsofhope.com/pdf/diabetes-assistanc... (overview and details)

    http://www.isletsofhope.com/diabetes/assistance-pr... (tips on finding more help for uninsured people in general)

    7.) Lilly’s Lilly Cares program

    Lilly Cares is a patient assistance program provided by Lilly. As part of the company's efforts to provide access to our products for legal U.S. residents regardless of their ability to pay, we created a program to offer free medication, through physicians, to patients who are otherwise unable to obtain our products. Lilly Cares assists patients who are uninsured and whose income is less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level. Most Lilly products are available through the program.

    Eligibility is based on the patient's inability to pay and lack of third-party drug payment assistance, including insurance, Medicaid and government, community, or private programs and cannot be eligible for Medicare. Applications are available to anyone and must be completed and signed by the patient and the physician. Patients can download a blank application from the Lilly Cares website or applications can be faxed to you by calling 1-800-545-6962.

    http://www.lillycares.com/index.jsp (medicines , incl. Humulog and Humilin insulin and eligibility)

    http://www.lillycares.com/pdf/lilly_cares_applicat... (application)

    Lilly Cares

    PO Box 230999

    Centerville, VA 20120

    1-(800) 545-6962 (phone)

    Physician requests should be directed to:

    Lilly Cares

    P.O. Box 230999

    Centreville, VA 20120

    1-(800) 545-6962 (phone)

    8.) Novo/Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program

    Patient must be a legal US resident and must not have or qualify for any government prescription coverage such as Medicare Part D, Medicaid, Veteran's Administration or any state or local programs which cover the Novo Nordisk product requested. Patient cannot have nor qualify for any private prescription coverage such as an HMO or PPO.Approved patients will receive a 90-day supply of medication sent to the physician's office. A new application must be submitted with each request. Income documentation is only required annually.

    https://www.pparx.org/ViewProgramDetails.php?progr... (medicine list incl. Novofine needles, Novolin, Novolog, and Levemir insulin, Glucagen and Prandin)

    https://www.pparx.org/resources/2007-03-01.Novo_No... (application and eligibility)

    Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program

    PO Box 181640

    Louisville, KY 40261

    1-(866) 310-7549 (phone)

    1-(866) 441-4190 (fax)

    9.) Pfizer's "Pfizer Pfriends"

    This program helps those without prescription insurance save 15% to 50% on most Pfizer medicines at the pharmacy. Enrolling in the program is free. Eligibility and benefit levels will be determined by the applicant's income, depending on individual or family status. You must be a legal U.S. resident to participate. To apply call 1-866-776-3700. 1-877-447-4600

    http://www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com/pages/Programs... (program details)

    http://www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com/pages/Programs... (list of medicines, incl Glucatrol XL, Glucotrol, Glynyse, Miconase)

    http://www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com/files/PP_Engli... (application and covered medicines)

    Pfizer Pfriends

    PO Box 12041

    Trenton, NJ 08650-9634.

    Pfizer RSVP Zyvox, Vfend, Revation program (Zyvox is expensive ATB for MRSA in Diabetic foot infection and other infections)

    Free Pfizer medicines plus reimbursement and appeals assistance. Call 1-888-327-7787 for assistance for RSVP

    http://www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com/pages/Programs... (eligibility and medicines)

    10.) Santhofi-Aventis Patient Assistance Program

    For information call (800) 221-4025

    https://www.pparx.org/ViewProgramDetails.php?progr... (medication list incl. Lanthus and Apidra insulin and eligibility)

    https://www.pparx.org/resources/2007-03-01.SanofiA... (application and eligibility and medicines…incl. Lanthus and Apidra insulin)

    Mail or fax application, prescription, and photocopy of

    Federal income tax return to the

    following address:

    Sanofi-aventis U.S. Patient Assistance Program

    P.O. Box 759

    Somerville, NJ 08876

    Fax#: (866) 734-7372

    (800) 221-4025 (phone number for information)

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    Source(s): Diabetes Natural Reamedies http://reversediabetestoday.enle.info/?xkNn
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