To obtain an INVOKANA savings card, request one directly from your doctor or online at invokanacarepath.com. If you obtain a savings card from your doctor, you must still visit the INVOKANA website to activate it.
The INVOKANA savings card provides 12 months of drug coverage to individuals who are privately insured. The card is limited to $3900 in benefits per calendar year or to 12 uses, whichever comes first. When requesting an INVOKANA savings card online, it poses a number of questions to determine eligibility. The maker of INVOKANA, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, wants to confirm that applicants have a doctor's prescription for the drug; that they have commercial insurance; that they are not enrolled in any subsidized health care programs that cover prescription drugs; and that they are not going to seek reimbursement for INVOKANA from third-party payers. Applicants must also provide personal information such as their name and address, according to invokanacarepath.com.
INVOKANA is a prescription medication used to lower blood sugar in adults with Type 2 diabetes. It is not intended for individuals with Type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis, explains invokanacarepath.com. Common side effects of INVOKANA include yeast infections, urinary tract infection and changes in urination. The manufacturer advises patients to consult with a professional health care provider regarding side effects and possible drug interactions.