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Remodulin® and Tyvaso®

United Therapeutics

United Therapeutics created these programs to provide access to Remodulin® and Tyvaso®, as well as related supplies for patients who cannot afford therapy because of their financial situations, those who do not have enough insurance or are between insurance plans and those who have insurance restrictions.

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Programs

Bridge Program provides medications for patients who are unable to access their treatment either because they are temporarily uninsured or going through a plan exclusion period.

Indigent Program provides access to medications to patients who do not have enough resources to pay for treatment and fall below 300 percent of the Federal Poverty Level.

Lifetime Cap Program provides access to medication for patients who are within $300,000 of reaching their insurance plan’s lifetime cap and make less than $25,000 per month.

Who is Eligible?

Bridge Program

You are eligible if you meet one of the following criteria:

  • Have changed jobs or stopped working and have COBRA or HIPPAA coverage
  • Have insurance with an exclusion period

and also meet all of the following criteria:

  • Less than $25,000 gross household income per month ($300,000 per year)
  • Take the medication for an FDA-approved diagnosis
  • Reside in the United States
  • Be under the direct care of a licensed U.S. physician
  • Receive healthcare services via the U.S. healthcare system
  • Do not have federal healthcare or Massachusetts state coverage

Indigent Program

You are eligible if you meet one of the following criteria:

  • Insufficient financial resources to pay for treatment
  • Income is not more than 300 percent Federal Poverty Level and patient has documented proof that they do not have insurance coverage
  • A written denial from a state Medicaid program

and also meet all of the following criteria:

  • Take the medication for a FDA-approved diagnosis
  • Reside in the United States
  • Be under the direct care of a licensed U.S. physician
  • Receive healthcare services via the U.S. healthcare system
  • Do not have federal healthcare or Massachusetts state coverage

Lifetime Cap Program

You are eligible if you meet the following criteria:

  • Less than $25,000 gross household income per month ($300,000 per year)
  • Be covered exclusively by an insurance policy with a lifetime cap
  • Be within $300,000 of reaching your lifetime cap (insurer must provide written statement)
  • Take the medication for a FDA-approved diagnosis
  • Reside in the United States
  • Be under the direct care of a licensed U.S. physician
  • Receive healthcare services via the U.S. healthcare system
  • Do not have federal healthcare or Massachusetts state coverage

How Does The Program Work?

All United Therapeutics’ Patient Assistance Programs are administered by one of its Distribution Partners, also known as Specialty Pharmacy Service Providers. Representatives from these companies are available to help guide you through the application process.

Contact your Specialty Pharmacy Service Provider to request an application, enroll or inquire about the status of an application.

  • Accredo 1-866-344-4874
  • CVS/Caremark 1-877-242-2738
  • CuraScript 1-866-474-8326

Contact Information

Request UT PAP from the following specialty pharmacies:

  • Accredo Therapeutics 1-866-344-4874
  • CVS/Caremark 1-877-242-2738
  • CuraScript 1-866-47418326

United Therapeutics Corporation (for information about the Patient Assistance Program only): 1-919-485-8350

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