The Teva Cares Foundation patient assistance program allows customers to get name-brand prescription drugs at no cost to patients who meet income requirements and other criteria, according to Teva Pharmaceuticals. As of July 2015, this program covers costs for 16 prescription medications.Continue Reading
Discounted drugs include Fentora tablets, Nuvigil tablets, Treanda injections, Proglycem oral suspension and Qnasl nasal aerosol, notes Teva Pharmaceuticals. Users click on individual names to view basic qualifications for each prescription. For example, a single patient must make less than $58,850 in annual income for free Granix injections. For the ProAir albuterol inhalation, a patient must earn less than $35,310 per year. Income amounts go up based on the number of people in the household.
General criteria revolve around someone's circumstances beyond pure income levels, says Teva Pharmaceuticals. A doctor must prescribe the drug, and patients must not already have prescription drug coverage through a health insurance provider. Patients and doctors must complete the applications for assistance. People who need these prescriptions may download an application off the company's website, receive a copy of the application by fax or get one in the mail. Staff from Teva Pharmaceuticals assist people over the phone from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET Monday through Friday.
Teva Pharmaceuticals usually decides within five to seven days whether to accept or reject an application, according to NeedyMeds. Applicants must reapply for assistance yearly, if the prescription lasts that long.Learn more about Health Insurance