Access Programs for Bosutinib
Updated on: September 10, 2015
Drug Company Assistance
RxPathways is a network of
prescription assistance programs helping qualified patients receive free or
Bosutinib tablets are listed as a Pfizer Specialty Medicine and can be
accessed through the Pfizer RxPathways website. Uninsured patients may be eligible if they meet
income criteria; reside in the US, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands; and
are receiving treatment by a licensed doctor in the US or Puerto Rico.
For patients who are underinsured or fully insured but facing financial
hardship, First Resource may also be able to help if the patient meets certain
income guidelines. If eligible, some
patients can receive a co-pay card through First Resource to cover full co-pay
cost. Even if patients needing bosutinib
do not meet the criteria for free medicine or full co-pay coverage, they may
still be eligible for the Pfizer RxPathways Savings Card, which can be used to
secure discounts within the Pfizer Pfriends pharmacy network. To check eligibility for this program, please
call 1-866-706-2400, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-6:00 PM. To find out
whether a pharmacy is a member of the network, please use their online search tool.
Another resource is MyPfizerBrands.com, a website that houses the current savings offers on all Pfizer brand medications. Even patients with prescription coverage may find savings through this website.
ASH has not located any foundations that specifically offer assistance
for patients requiring bosutinib. If you
know of a program or foundation, please contact ASH Policy and Practice
Coordinator, Deon Nelson.
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