Once the doctor has prescribed Dysport® (abobotulinumtoxinA) for injection, the Patient Access Specialists at IPSEN CARES™ can help provide applicable patient coverage information, as appropriate, between the patient, doctor’s office, insurance company, and specialty pharmacy. By serving as a central point of contact, IPSEN CARES can help patients with questions about access to our medications and provide support throughout the process.
Patients must enroll in Ipsen Cares through the doctor's office to verify benefits.
Our Patient Access Specialists will check each patient’s pharmacy and medical benefits to determine if the drug is covered for the indication the treating physician has specified. If there are any restrictions, IPSEN CARES will provide the information required by the insurance company that the doctor may need to complete. A summary of all the information collected will be sent back to the doctor’s office in a single document called Benefit Verification Results. Benefit verifications are usually turned around within 4 business hours upon receipt of the completed enrollment form and patient authorization.
Patients and Health Care Providers can also call IPSEN CARES at (866) 435-5677
Patients/Caregivers are required to sign the Dysport® Patient Authorization form every 12 months to give the Patient Access Specialists at IPSEN CARES permission to access their personal health information in order to help with treatment. The form can be signed and submitted online, or by downloadable PDF, which must be printed, filled out, signed, and faxed.
Check for copay coverage. Considering that some patients need financial assistance, our copay assistance programs may help eligible* patients with their treatment.
The Dysport® Copay Assistance Program for eligible, commercially insured patients is available by enrolling in IPSEN CARES. Here is the key information:
Patients may self-enroll in the copay program by utilizing the form below and completing the Patient Authorization form, or by calling 866-435-5677 to speak with an IPSEN CARES Patient Access Specialist, Monday-Friday, from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET (5:00 AM to 5:00 PM PT).
For patients who have government insurance (eg, Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE) IPSEN CARES may be able to offer the contact information for independent nonprofit foundations that offer financial assistance.
Uninsured patients may be eligible* for free medication through our Patient Assistance Program. To qualify, patients must be: 1) uninsured, 2) US residents, and 3) meet certain income criteria. Patients may enroll through IPSEN CARES. If eligible, they will receive free medication from Ipsen.
Our Patient Access Specialists are available Monday-Friday, from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET (5:00 AM to 5:00 PM PT).
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