Posted 8/11/2019 8:25 PM (GMT -6)
I have been on Entyvio for 2 years now. No problems with it, it started working relatively quickly, and it hasnt gotten me to full remisison, but life is light years ahead of what life was pre-Entyvio, and all side effect free. So I've been very happy with the medication. I hope the good effects from it last for a long time, especially since I've already failed Humira.
I used Entyvio Connect once before, thankfully I have a good insurance plan so I dont pay a high out-of-pocket maximum so I typically rarely use it. Due to the timing of me changing jobs, I'll probably have to use Entyvio Connect two or three times this year. I was wondering if it would be possible to use Entyvio Connect or any other patient reimbursement program as a secondary insurance instead of submitting a claim manually? I typically pay the bill and then submit for reimbursement instead of submitting the bill to them to pay directly just because I'm worried they wouldnt pay in time. I was wondering if I could list them as a secondary insurance and that way any excess I would owe for the Entyvio would be billed directly to them. I only ask because I could have sworn someone else said to that.