Eligible commercially insured patients can get help with out-of-pocket costs
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The NUCALA Co-pay Program helps eligible commercially insured patients with their out-of-pocket costs for NUCALA up to $15,000 for 12 months.
Your approval letter
Once you’ve been approved for the Co-pay Program, how you use the Co-pay Program will depend on how you get your medicine (either from a physician or a specialty pharmacy).
If you are approved for the NUCALA Co-pay Program, you’ll receive an approval letter with specific instructions on how to save on the out-of-pocket cost for NUCALA, tailored just for you.
Keep your approval letter—it will include all the information you need to pay for NUCALA.
Pro tip: take a picture of your letter or save a copy to your computer for safe keeping.
Getting your NUCALA treatment
Talk to your doctor about where your NUCALA treatment will be administered: at home or in your doctor’s office. The NUCALA Co-pay Program can be used at your specialty pharmacy or your doctor’s office depending on how you receive NUCALA.
A specialty pharmacy is a pharmacy that mostly provides only medications for people with serious health conditions requiring complex therapies