Posted 2/22/2023 7:18 AM (GMT -8)
I used the Entyvio patient assistance program, but I had health insurance and used the co-pay assistance.
It seems more tricky if you don't have stable insurance but they say there are options. It's probably worth calling EntyvioConnect (see below).
To use the co-pay assistance, I used to have to send (mail or fax) in a copy of my EOB and the Claims request form to the entvyio patient assistance program, but then I learned I can list the patient assistance program as my secondary insurance, and the infusion provider billed them after my primary insurance so I didn't have to do anything to receive the benefits.
Copied from the entyvioconnect website: https://www.entyvio.com/copay-support
Have Commercial Insurance?
We'll work with you to see if you're eligible for our co-pay program. If you qualify, you may pay as little as $5 per dose every 8 weeks.*
Have Government Insurance?
If you receive Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE, we can explain your benefits and may help you find financial assistance.
We'll help you find financial assistance options.
If you don't have insurance or you have government insurance, you still have options. Call us at 1-844-ENTYVIO (1-844-368-9846).