... just social security. Does anyone know how this drug can be purchased for less than $1600 every 90 days? Thanks, Concerned Daughter
Can the doc change her to something that would be paid for? Its not medicare that won't pay, its her carrier. I'd suggest a change of carrier during open season. There are places you can contact to assist you with cost. Here are some of them CoPay Relief Program The 1-866-512-3861 or www.copay.org; or Suddenly Senior www.suddenlysenior.com/patientassistantprograms.html; or Needy Meds www.needymeds.org; and Partnership for Prescription Assistance 1-888-477-2669 or www.pparx.org www.freemedicine.com www.access2wellness.com
There is a coupon on the multaq.com website that will really help with the cost.
You do have to call the 800 number to get your patient number, and the coupon is good for a year's worth of prescription! I had sticker shock the first time I had to get my pills and it was over $200 for a month. Use this coupon, and it's free or no more than $25/ month (depending on the insurance).
- Multaq Information for Consumers
- Multaq Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Multaq (detailed)
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