Our representatives can:
- Answer questions about your insurance plan's coverage* of NUCALA.
- Help you understand your out-of-pocket cost for NUCALA.
- Assist you in applying to the $0 Co-pay Program. The program is subject to eligibility.
*Gateway to NUCALA cannot guarantee coverage; be sure to verify the information provided by your health plan.
How to enroll:
Call Gateway to NUCALA to enroll, or download and complete a Services Request form and bring it to your doctor's office.
$0 Co-pay Program:
Even with insurance coverage, it may be difficult to cover your co-payments. That's why the $0 Co-pay Program for NUCALA helps insured patients with their co-payments. For eligible patients, the $0 Co-pay Program can help with co-payments of up to $11,000 per year.
Once you apply, you will receive a letter within two weeks about your eligibility. The Co-pay Program does not cover the cost of your doctor visits or the administration of NUCALA.
You are not eligible if you have a state or federal government-funded medical or prescription drug plan such as Medicare, Medicaid, or TRICARE or have insurance with a nonparticipating commercial payer.
Medicare eligible patients, including all patients who are age 65 or older, are not eligible to participate in the Co-pay Program for NUCALA.
See the Terms and Conditions for full program eligibility details. This is not insurance.
Contact 1-844-4-NUCALA (844-468-2252) to get started.
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Understanding your prescription coverage.
The cost of NUCALA varies depending on your individual insurance plan. That's why understanding your insurance is important. If the product is covered by the plan, the insurance will generally pay part of the cost, and you pay the remainder out-of-pocket and your co-pay.
If you are uninsured and meet certain eligibility requirements, you may qualify for the Patient Assistance Program, which offers free medicines to eligible patients.
Patients with Medicare Part D or other insurance can also qualify under certain circumstances. Call 1-844-4-NUCALA (844-468-2252) to understand your options.