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Medication Affordability Assistance Programs

We know prescription and over-the-counter drug costs can add up, so we encourage individuals and families who are managing food allergies to learn about opportunities for cost savings.

Below we have summarized some cost-savings programs offered by manufacturers of drugs commonly used in the treatment of food allergy and allergic reactions. For more information on any of these plans, please reach out to the company directly.


Please note: The links below are provided for convenience only. FARE does not review, test, sponsor, endorse or recommend any products or services that may appear here.

 

Manufacturer Assistance Programs

Genentech Xolair Access Programs

Genentech, which manufactures Xolair, has a number of programs to help patients afford their medications. Genentech Patient Foundation provides free medications to patients with with an income under $150,000 and don't have insurance; have insurance that does not cover Genentech medications; or have insurance that covers Genentech medications but with unaffordable out-of-pocket costs and have unsuccessfully pursued other financial aid, and meet income requirements (add $25,000 for every household member over four). To learn more click here.

Symjepi Savings Program

The Symjepi Savings Program helps patients with insurance pay as little as $0 for each Symjepi prescription filled, and offers up to $100 off for patients without insurance. Click here for more information.

Impax Epinephrine Auto-Injector Savings Card (Authorized Generic of Adrenaclick®)

The Impax Epinephrine Auto-Injector offers a savings card that can be used by commercially insured and cash-paying customers. The maximum benefit is $50 per two-pack on up to three auto-injector two-packs. Commercially insured patients may receive their epinephrine auto-injector at no cost. Cash-paying patients may receive up to $50 off each auto-injector two-pack with the savings card. If your pharmacist is unable to accept the savings card, Impax offers a mail-in rebate. To learn more, click here or call 855-449-4712. As of February 2017, the authorized generic of Adrenaclick® is offered at a cash price of $109.99 for a two-pack at CVS Pharmacy locations. Combining the Impax savings card with the CVS Pharmacy cash price may reduce your out-of-pocket cost to about $60.

AUVI-Q® AffordAbility

With the AUVI-Q® AffordAbility plan, all commercially insured patients pay $0 out of pocket for AUVI-Q. Patients without insurance who have an annual income of less than $100,000 per year may also be eligible to pay $0 out of pocket for their auto-injector. To learn more click here or call 877-302-8847

Mylan’s My EpiPen Savings Card®

With the My EpiPen Savings Card®, patients with commercial health insurance could be eligible to save up to $300 on each EpiPen 2-Pak® or EpiPen Jr 2-Pak® carton per prescription refill, now through December 31, 2017. My EpiPen Savings Card® is reusable for up to six EpiPen 2-Pak® cartons so patients can have EpiPen® Auto-Injectors available in different locations. To learn more, click here or call 800-657-7613.

Mylan’s MyGenericEAI Savings Card for Mylan Epinephrine Injection, USP Auto-Injector (Authorized Generic of EpiPen®)

Mylan’s MyGenericEAI Savings Card may provide you up to $25 savings for each Mylan Epinephrine Injection, USP Auto-Injector two-pack. This epinephrine auto-injector is the authorized generic for EpiPen®. The savings card may help eligible patients with commercial health insurance save on out-of-pocket costs. The card is reusable for up to three Mylan Epinephrine Injection auto-injector two-packs. Mylan also offers a direct ship program for patients at a cost of $300. To learn more, click here or call 800-657-7613. Those interested in the direct ship program can call 844-357-3969 for further information and assistance.

Mylan EpiPen® (epinephrine injection, USP) Auto-Injector Patient Assistance Program

Requirements include legal residency status, income limits, and lack of insurance coverage for prescriptions or for brand-name prescriptions. Patients who apply and are found eligible may receive medication free of charge. Mylan doubled the eligibility for this program to reach those uninsured and earning up to 400% of the federal poverty level. This means an uninsured family of four making up to $97,200 would pay nothing out-of-pocket for their EpiPen Auto-Injector. To learn more, click here or call 800-395-3376.

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