Takeda Oncology Here2Assist Services
Takeda Oncology offers the Here2Assist support program to help patients who are prescribed a Takeda Oncology treatment (Table).
Takeda Oncology Here2Assist
Here2Assist case managers provide personalized support to your patients with services such as the RapidStart Program, the Takeda Oncology Co-Pay Assistance Program, the Takeda Oncology Patient Assistance Program, and the Velcade Reimbursement Assistance Program.
If your patient experiences a delay due to insurance coverage determination of at least 5 business days, they may be eligible to receive a 1-month supply of their prescribed Takeda Oncology medication at no cost. Click here to learn more.
Takeda Oncology Co-Pay Assistance Program
Eligible patients who are commercially insured may pay as little as $0 per prescription with an annual cap of $25,000 for their Takeda Oncology medication. Patients may be eligible if they:
- Have commercial insurance coverage
- Are at least 18 years of age
- Do not participate in any federal, state, or other government health insurance program, such as Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, Veterans Affairs, or Department of Defense.
To enroll your patient, visit TakedaOncologyCopay.com.
Takeda Oncology Patient Assistance Program
If your patient is uninsured or underinsured, they may be eligible to receive a monthly supply of Alunbrig, Exkivity, Iclusig, or Ninlaro at no cost. Patients must meet certain financial and insurance coverage criteria to be eligible. Patient Assistance Program Applications are available online.
Velcade Reimbursement Assistance Program
The Velcade Reimbursement Assistance Program includes the Velcade Patient Assistance Program. Under these programs, commercially insured patients can apply for financial assistance, and eligible uninsured or underinsured patients may be able to receive a monthly supply of Velcade at no cost to them. To learn more or to enroll your patient, please visit Velcade-HCP.com.
Click here to learn more or to enroll your patient in the Takeda Oncology Here2Assist patient support program, or call 844-817-6468.