Co-pay Assistance Program:
- Co-pay Assistance Program helps reduce eligible individuals’ out-of-pocket responsibility by providing up to 100% coverage of co-pays or coinsurance directly to the insurer.
Patients must have private commercial insurance with a percentage coinsurance or co-pay requirement. Medicare or Medicaid patients are ineligible. Assistance is for one year, after which, patients must re-apply. Patients must notify the program of any change in their insurance status. Patients in certain states may be ineligible. The co-pay assistance program has an annual cap per patient year.
Temporary Patient Assistance Program (TPAP):
- TPAP can help in some temporary situations when immediate coverage is not available. For example, waiting for approval of a prior authorization appeal, waiting for coverage to begin, etc.
Serves individuals who are uninsured (no insurance coverage at all) or underinsured (no prescription coverage, a benefits cap, denial of coverage, etc.)
Patient Assistance Program (PAP):
- PAP provides eligible individuals with medication free of cost for one year from the date of acceptance. Medicare Part D patients will be enrolled based on calendar year if eligible.
Serves individuals who are uninsured or underinsured (when criteria are met and alternative funding cannot be identified.)
Aim also provides 24/7 nursing support by phone and at-home nurse visits at the recommendation of a physician.
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