Pfizer manufactures Inflectra and they do offer a patient copay assistance program.
The Pfizer enCompass™ Co-Pay Assistance Program for INFLECTRA can provide you assistance for your out-of-pocket drug costs associated with INFLECTRA due to:
If you are a commercially insured patient (eg, have coverage through a private employer), and are eligible for co-pay assistance, you can receive assistance of up to $20,000 per calendar year, and now may pay $0 per INFLECTRA treatment for claims received by the program as of April 1, 2018. It does not cover or provide support for supplies, services, or procedures associated with INFLECTRA. Please see full Terms and Conditions below.
To apply for assistance now, you can download the Pfizer enCompass Enrollment Form. Fill out the Patient Information, including the required fields, review the consent, and sign the form. Have your doctor complete the remaining sections, sign, and submit the form.
If you have questions or would like to know more about the Pfizer enCompass Co-Pay Assistance Program for INFLECTRA, please call Pfizer enCompass to speak to an Access Counselor at 1-844-722-6672, Monday–Friday, 9 AM-8 PM ET.
I would assume it works similar to Shire's Remicade program. So, I bet you can pay your bill and have Pfizer cut you a check as reimbursement. Alternatively, you can submit your insurance EOB to Pfizer and they will give you a credit card with reimbursement balance for paying your provider.
Like Shire's program, Safe bet to assume that they only reimburse for the cost of the medication itself, not the cost of the nurse's time to set the IV or monitoring you. Fortunately, the medication is 95% of the total cost.