This information is intended for U.S. healthcare professionals and/or professionals involved in healthcare reimbursement.
Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) can help identify financial assistance programs for eligible patients who need help managing the cost of treatment. The appropriate program will depend on the patient's coverage.
Patients with Federal Healthcare Programs are not eligible for co-pay assistance programs sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb. However, there are independent foundations that can help. BMS can refer you to the foundation offering support for your specific patient and help you through the application process.
It is important to note that these foundations are independent and not affiliated with Bristol-Myers Squibb. Each foundation has its own eligibility criteria and evaluation process. Bristol-Myers Squibb cannot guarantee that a patient will receive assistance.
For patients without prescription drug insurance or for patients who are underinsured, BMS can refer you to independent charitable foundations that may be able to help. These include the Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance Foundation, a charitable organization that provides medicine, free of charge, to eligible, uninsured patients who have an established financial hardship.
It is important to note that these foundations are independent from Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Each foundation, including the BMSPAF, has its own eligibility criteria and evaluation process. Bristol-Myers Squibb cannot guarantee that a patient will receive assistance.
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