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MEDICARE LIS/DUAL ELIGIBLE
- AURYXIA is on formulary at all major Medicare Part D Plans1
- Prior authorization required to confirm diagnosis
- All Medicare full Low-Income Subsidy (LIS)/dual-eligible patients can pay no more than $10.00 per fill of AURYXIA
- AURYXIA is on formulary with the majority of commercial plans2
- With the AURYXIA Copay Coupon, eligible patients can pay as little as $0 per fill*
UNINSURED/MEDICARE PART D
- FREE AURYXIA may be provided to eligible patients†:
- Who don’t have insurance
- Who have Medicare Part D insurance but cannot afford their copays
- Whose insurance does not cover AURYXIA
Prior authorizations claims are resolved in a timely manner
AkebiaCares provides eligible patients with coverage support and medicines at no cost
One-on-one support for assistance with insurance questions and challenges
PATIENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (PAP)
Free AURYXIA may be available for eligible patients with Medicare Part D insurance‡
- For patients who are uninsured or have other coverage concerns, AkebiaCares offers comprehensive patient services that may be able to help
Financial assistance for patients with commercial insurance§
- Download the Copay Coupon at AkebiaCares.com or pick it up at pharmacies nationwide
*Restrictions may apply. Copay assistance is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, or similar federal or state programs.
†Patients with an income of up to 400% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) may be eligible for free AURYXIA. Additional restrictions apply.
AkebiaCares does not guarantee coverage and/or reimbursement for all patients.
‡Medicare Part D patients with an annual income of ≤150% of the Federal Poverty Level are eligible for LIS assistance (also called “Extra Help”).
§Copay assistance is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, or similar federal or state programs.
CKD=chronic kidney disease.