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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

With or without insurance, pulmonary hypertension (PH) treatments can be costly. Fortunately, there are financial assistance programs that can help you cover your insurance and/or prescription costs if you qualify.

General Assistance Programs

Some organizations offer general or disease-specific financial assistance programs to help you cover your medical costs:

Drug-Specific Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) and Support Programs

Many pharmaceutical companies or specialty pharmacies sponsor drug-specific assistance programs to help patients navigate the reimbursement process.

PAPs are designed to make it as easy as possible to get your treatment by providing free or discounted drugs to low-income, underinsured or uninsured patients who meet specific guidelines. Manufacturers may also offer other types of general support programs, providing additional education, support and financial assistance.

Adcirca®
(tadalafil)
Adempas®
(riociguat)
Flolan®
(epoprostenol)
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Your healthcare provider may have some sort of payment plan or financial assistance program to help cover the cost of your treatment.

Ask your physician, hospital or PH center if they offer financial assistance.

Letairis®
(ambrisentan)
Opsumit®
(macitentan)
Orenitram™ (treprostinil)
Remodulin®
(treprostinil)
Revatio®
(sildenafil)
Tracleer®
(bosentan)
Tyvaso®
(treprostinil)
Uptravi®
(selexipag)
Veletri®
(epoprostenol)
Ventavis®
(iloprost)