Thank you for visiting GetInsulin.org. This tool is designed to get you stable, long-term access to your insulin requirements. If you need insulin within the next 7 days, you can also go HERE.

Below you will answer a short series of questions to generate your Action Plan. Your Action Plan is a set of steps you can follow for reliable access to your insulin. No data you input on this page is stored anywhere. Once you close this page, the information is deleted.

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    Tap or click on the medications you use:

    How do you get your medication?


    Is your Sanofi insulin covered by your insurance?

    If you take Apidra, Lantus, or Toujeo, and your insurance requires you to always pay the list price (full price) for any of these specific insulins, answer NO. Otherwise, answer YES.

    Did you lose your insurance because of a change in job status due to
    COVID-19?

    What is your household income?


    How many people are there in your household?


    Is the person taking insulin under the age of 19?

    Do you spend over $75/month on insulin?

    Thank you for using GetInsulin.org. Below you will find your customized Action Plan to access your insulin requirements. Your Action Plan may require numerous steps, but should help you get insulin with regularity, long-term.

    If you need insulin within the next 7 days, you can also go HERE. If there are any issues with your Action Plan, please email help@getinsulin.org.

    Here’s your action plan:

    Minnesota Urgent Need Program

     

    • Download and fill out an application for the Urgent Need Program if you have less than a 7-day supply of insulin and will run out before you can access insulin affordably. This application will provide you with a one-time, 30-day supply of your insulin from a pharmacy for a $35 copay. (This can only be used once every 12 months, except in special cases. That information is on the application.) The link to download the Urgent Need Program application is here: https://www.mninsulin.org/mnsure/assets/Urgent-Need-Insulin-Application_tcm34-438051.pdf

    • Go to your pharmacy with the application, your identification proving you are a Minnesota resident, and $35. You must have a current prescription for the insulin you use.

    Sanofi MN Continuing Need Program

     
    Based on the information you provided, you may be eligible for the MN Continuing Safety Net Program through Sanofi Patient Connection, a patient assistance program that helps patients get access to their medications. This program provides eligible MN residents insulin at no cost, for up to 12 months. You will need to take the following steps:

    • Download the Sanofi Patient Assistance Application for Minnesota and completely fill out Page 2 and sign Page 3 (Sections 1-4). The download link is here: http://www.sanofipatientconnection.com/media/pdf/SPC_Application_MN.pdf

    • You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-888-847-4877  between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern.

    • You will need to provide your insurance information (if you have any) on the application. 

    • Contact your healthcare provider and let them know you need them to fill out Page 4 and submit the completed form. This form cannot be sent in without your healthcare provider’s signature and information.

    • Assuming the application has been completed in full, once the application is sent in by your healthcare provider, it takes approximately 5 to 7 business days to make a decision, which is sent by mail to you and your healthcare provider.

    • If you do not receive a decision after 7 business days, you can call 1-888-847-4877  between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern to ask for an update.

    • If your application is approved, a 90-day supply of insulin will be shipped to your home within 5 to 7 business days from approval.

    Novo Nordisk MN Continuing Need Program

     
    Based on the information that you provided, you may be eligible for the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program under the Minnesota Continuing Need Program. If you have insurance that requires you to pay more than $75 out-of-pocket for a 30-day prescription, you can still fill out the application. Because you are a resident of Minnesota, you may qualify, even though the current form states you must not be insured. Novo Nordisk will verify eligibility through your insurance.

    Under the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program, your insulin will be for free for up to 12 months. If you have any questions about this program, you can call 1-866-310-7549 (M-F 8AM to 8PM)

    • Download the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program application here: https://www.novocare.com/diabetes-overview/let-us-help/pap.html.

    • You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-866-310-7549 (M-F 8AM to 8PM).

    • Collect your documents needed to complete the application. To speed up the process, include a copy of your current insurance card (front and back), if you have insurance, as part of your documentation.

    • Your healthcare provider must complete all prescriber sections and sign when appropriate.


    Once the application is sent in by your healthcare provider, it takes approximately 1 to 2 business days to make a decision. You will be notified by a phone call at the telephone number listed on the application and a letter to the address listed on the application form. Your healthcare provider will also receive a copy of the letter.

    If your application is approved, a 120-day supply of insulin will be shipped directly to your residence. If you want to call about the status of your application, you can call 1-866-310-7549 (M-F 8AM to 8PM).

    If your application is denied, you can call 1-844-NOVO4ME to ask about other assistance options.

    Lilly MN Continuing Need Program

     

    • Download the Minnesota Continuing Need Program for Minnesota residents prescribed Lilly products here: https://www.lilly.com/resources/minnesota-insulin-safety-net-program or call 1-855-447-8412 to ask for an application to be sent via mail.

    • Complete the application and either fax the application and financial documents to 1-833-200-6304 or mail to the address listed on the application.
    • You must include copies of your proof of Minnesota residency, proof-of-income documentation, proof of plan benefit showing you pay out-of-pocket more than $75 for a 30-day supply of insulin.

    • Within 10 business days of receiving your application, a decision will be made regarding your eligibility.

    • If approved, you will receive a document called “Statement of Eligibility,” good for 12 months. You will take this to your pharmacy in Minnesota, along with your prescription and proof of residency.

    • Your pharmacy may collect a fee of up to $50 for a 90-day supply. If you have questions regarding that fee, you must speak with the pharmacist. Lilly is not responsible for that fee, nor does it receive any part of that fee.


    If you do not qualify for Minnesota Continuing Needs Program, you can call the Lilly Diabetes Solutions Center at 1-833-808-1234. A live representative will have a confidential conversation and present solutions from 9am to 8pm Eastern Monday to Friday.

    Sanofi Emergency Use Voucher

     
    Sanofi offers a one-time Emergency Use/Temporary Access Voucher which will allow you to fill your prescription at no cost to you. You will need to take the following steps:

    • Call 855-700-0073 at any time.

    • This will be an automated call that will use voice prompts to help you through the process. Make sure that you have a pen and paper ready; the system will provide you Voucher Information (BIN, GROUP, PCN, ID Numbers). If you have any questions, you can speak to a Live Agent after you receive the numbers you need.

    • Call/go to your pharmacy and provide your Voucher Information for use in processing payment for your insulin.

    • This is a one-time 30-day emergency supply. In order to continue to receive free insulin, you must complete a Sanofi Patient Connection application within 5 business days. You can call 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern for assistance.

    Novo Nordisk Immediate Supply Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be able to use the Novo Nordisk Immediate Supply Card, which can be used to get a short-term supply of insulin (up to 3 vials, 2 packs of pens, or a combination of 1 pack of pens and two vials). You pay $0 for this offer.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/insulin/immediate-supply.html to download this Immediate Supply Savings Card.
    • You will be asked to fill out a form with your first and last name. You will need to check the boxes agreeing to the terms. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.
    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the this Novo Nordisk Immediate Supply Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If you have questions about this card, you can call 1-844-NOVO4ME Monday-Friday, 8:00am-11:00pm, and Saturday, 11:00am-7:00pm.

    Lilly Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program

     
    Based on the information you provided, you may be eligible for the Lilly Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program (“Lilly Cares”).

    If the Lilly Cares Foundation determines that you are eligible for the Lilly Cares program, your insulin will be provided for free for up to 12 months. You can also choose whether to have your medication shipped directly to your home or your healthcare provider’s office. If you have questions about the program or the application process, you can call Lilly Cares Foundation at 1-800-545-6962, Monday through Friday, from 8am to 6pm Eastern.

    To apply for Lilly Cares, fill out the Lilly Cares program application.  You can do this by clicking here: www.lillycares.com.  You can either complete the application online or submit via fax.

    To complete the application online, click here: www.lillycareseservice.com You will need the following information in order to submit your application:

    • The email address of the healthcare professional who prescribes your insulin. You can call your healthcare provider’s office to get that email address before you fill out the application.

    • A copy of your financial documents that prove your income, which will be uploaded in the online application.  Financial documents could be paystubs, a wage statement (IRS W-2), a Social Security Benefit Statement (Form SSA-1099), or a copy of your unemployment statement.


    To print and fax or mail a copy of the application, download the Lilly Cares program application at www.lillycares.com on the Resources tab. You can also request a Lilly Cares application be sent via mail by calling Lilly Cares Foundation at 1-800-545-6962.

    • Fill out pages 2-4 and sign.

    • Provide this application to your healthcare provider, who will fill out page 5-6.

    • Collect your financial documentation (last year’s Federal Tax return, or paystubs, a wage statement (IRS W-2), a Social Security Benefit Statement (Form SSA-1099), or a copy of your unemployment statement.

    • Either fax the application into Lilly Cares Foundation at 1-844-431-6650 or mail to the address on the application. (If you bring your financial documents with you to your healthcare provider’s office, they may be able to fax those documents to help make this process easier and faster.)


    If you qualify for Lilly Cares:

    • You and your healthcare provider will receive a letter notifying you of enrollment.

    • You will be enrolled for 12 months. If you are Medicare Part D patient, you will be enrolled through the end of the calendar year.

    • You will be contacted regarding medication shipment.


    If you do not qualify for Lilly Cares, a notice will be sent to you and your healthcare provider.

    Basaglar Savings Program

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Basaglar Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $5 per 30-day prescription.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.basaglar.com/savings-support to download this Basaglar Savings Card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the Basaglar Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your Basaglar Savings Card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-800-282-4888.

    Humalog U-200 KwikPen Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Humalog U-200 KwikPen Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $25 per 30-day prescription for up to a maximum of 4 boxes of 5 pens.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.humalog.com/u-200-kwikpen/humalog-savings-card/ to download this Humalog U-200 KwikPen Savings Card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the savings program into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your savings/card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-800-364-4767.

    Humulin R U-500 Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Humulin R U-500 Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $25 per 30-day prescription for up to a maximum of 2 vials or up to 7 packs of U-500 KwikPens.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.humulin.com/savings-support to download this Humulin R U-500 Savings Card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the Humulin R U-500 Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your Humulin R U-500 Savings Card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-866-923-1953.

    Lyumjev Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Lyumjev Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $25 per 30-day prescription.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for each Lilly insulin product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.lyumjev.com/savings to download this Lyumjev Savings Card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the savings program into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your Lilly savings/card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-855-282-4888.

    Lilly Insulin Value Cash Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Insulin Value Copay Card. This card may help you pay as little as $35 per 30-day prescription for each Lilly insulin product.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter. You must have a valid prescription for each Lilly insulin product.

    • Click here: https://www.insulinaffordability.com/ to download this Lilly Insulin Value Copay Card.

    • Because you provided that you pay cash for your Lilly insulin, make sure to click the “I pay cash” after checking the confirmation boxes. You will then click “Download Your Card.”

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the savings program into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your Lilly Insulin Value Savings Card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-800-282-4888.

    Lilly Insulin Value Copay Card Program

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Lilly Insulin Value Copay Card. This card may help you pay as little as $35 per 30-day prescription for each Lilly insulin product.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for each Lilly insulin product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.insulinaffordability.com/ to download this Lilly Insulin Value Copay Card.

    • Because you provided that you have commercial insurance, make sure to click the “I have commercial insurance” after checking the confirmation boxes. You will then click “Download Your Card.”

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the savings program into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If the pharmacy has trouble processing your Lilly Insulin Value Program Savings Card, make sure they have called the pharmacy help line at 1-800-282-4888.

    Lilly Solutions Center

     
    Because you indicated that you are using Eli Lilly insulin products, you should call the Lilly Diabetes Solutions Center at 1-833-808-1234 for additional ways to save money at the pharmacy counter for your Lilly insulin.

    A live representative will have a confidential conversation and present solutions. The Lilly Diabetes Solutions Center is open from 8am to 8pm Eastern, Monday through Friday.

    Medicaid and Local Clinics

     
    Medicaid helps those with low-incomes pay for healthcare, which includes coverage for insulin. Each state has different requirements to get Medicaid, so it’s important that you have your information together to see if you qualify. If you recently moved to a new state or had a change in your income or an addition to your household, you may qualify.

    In addition to helping pay for your insulin, Medicaid can help pay for all your medications and healthcare. There are also programs in your state that can provide you with food, housing, and temporary cash assistance. Even if you don’t think you qualify or were denied in the past, it’s important that you apply now.

    Your next step is to fill out an application for your state’s Medicaid program. You can do this by clicking here: LINK


    Before you apply, please make sure you have the following information ready to input into the online application:

    • Social security number (if available) and date of birth for every person in your household who needs to apply for Medicaid

    • Income information (income could include your job, child support, or other sources for all members in your household)

    • If you file federal tax returns, have them ready to help you file

    • Housing expenses (rent and/or utilities)

    • Health insurance information (if you have any)

    • Information about citizenship or residency status


    Local Clinics
    You may also want to look into local clinics that provide healthcare assistance by visiting these links:

    Medicaid CHIP Program

     
    Medicaid helps those with low-incomes pay for healthcare, which includes coverage for insulin. Each state has different requirements to get Medicaid, so it’s very important that you have your information ready so that you can see if you qualify. If you recently moved to a new state or had a change in your income or an addition to your household, you may qualify.

    In addition to helping pay for insulin, Medicaid can help pay for all your other medications and healthcare needs. There are also programs in your state that can provide you with additional help with food, housing, and temporary cash assistance.

    You also selected that the person using insulin is under the age of 19. This person may qualify for CHIP, a state-run program that offers low-cost health coverage for children in families who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid. Each state has different benefits and guidelines, but all cover medications, routine medical visits, dental and vision care, labs and hospitalizations.

    Even if you don’t think you qualify or were denied in the past, it’s important that you apply now for both Medicaid and CHIP. 

    • Fill out an application for your state’s CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program). You can do this by clicking here: LINK.

    • Fill out an application for your state’s Medicaid program. You can do this by clicking here: LINK.

    • Print out the Medicaid and CHIP application responses (if possible) or wait to receive your response in the mail.


    Before you apply, please make sure you have the following information ready to input into the online application:

    • Social security number (if available) and date of birth for every person in your household who needs to apply for Medicaid and CHIP

    • Income information (income could include your job, child support, or other sources for all members in your household)

    • If you file federal tax returns, have them ready to help you file

    • Housing expenses (rent and/or utilities)

    • Health insurance information, if any

    • Information about citizenship or residency status.

    Semglee Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Semglee Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $0 per 30-day prescription for up to a maximum savings of $75, based on your insurance.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    Click here: https://www.activatethecard.com/mylanadvocate/semglee/welcome.to download this Semglee Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, email address, and zip code. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the Semglee Savings Card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • For questions regarding the Semglee Savings Card, call 800-657-7613 between 8AM and 8PM Eastern Time, Monday to Friday.

    Call Mylan Customer Relations Assistance

     
    Based on the information you have provided, please call the Mylan Customer Relations team at 800-796-9526 for help on affordability and accessing your Mylan insulin prescription.

    Mylan Patient Assistance Program

     
    Under the Mylan Patient Assistance Program, your insulin could be free for up to 12 months.

    • Call the Mylan Customer Relations team at 800-796-9526. They can email, fax, or mail the application to you.


    If your application is approved, a supply of insulin will be shipped to your healthcare provider’s office within 3 to 10 business days from approval.

    NovoNordisk COVID 90-Day Supply Program

     
    Based on the information that you provided, you may be eligible for a 90-day supply of insulin because you may have lost your health insurance coverage through a change in job status due to COVID-19. You will need to apply using the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program Application. 

    If approved, under the Novo Nordisk COVID-19 90-Day Program, you can receive a free 90-day supply of insulin.

    You will need to take the following steps:

    • Download the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program application here: https://www.novocare.com/diabetes-overview/let-us-help/pap.html. You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-866-310-7549 between 8AM and 8PM, Monday through Friday.

    • You must provide a document showing your loss of health insurance coverage through a job termination notice or proof that COBRA benefits are being offered to you.

    • Your healthcare provider must complete all prescriber sections and sign when appropriate.

    • Once the application is sent in by your healthcare provider, it takes approximately 1 to 2 business days to make a decision, which is sent by mail to you and your healthcare provider.


    If your application is approved, a 90-day supply of insulin will be shipped to your healthcare provider’s office within 10 to 14 business days from approval.

    NovoNordisk Patient Assistance Program

     
    If you are denied Medicaid in your state, your next step will be to apply for the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program. You must apply for Medicaid in your state and receive a response from the state about your eligibility status. You must show that you applied and were denied Medicaid/CHIP in the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program application documentation. 

    Under the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program, if your application is accepted, your insulin will be for free for up to 12 months.

    • Download the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program application here: https://www.novocare.com/diabetes-overview/let-us-help/pap.html. You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-866-310-7549 between 8am and 8pm Eastern Time, Monday to Friday.

    • Collect your documents needed to complete the application. This includes proof of income or loss of income. Fill out and sign the patient sections on the application.

    • Your healthcare provider must complete all prescriber sections and sign where appropriate.

    • Once the completed application and relevant documentation is sent in by your healthcare provider, it takes approximately 1 to 2 business days to make a decision, which is sent by mail to you and your healthcare provider.


    If your application is approved, a 120-day supply of insulin will be shipped to your healthcare provider’s office within 10 to 14 business days from approval.

    Fiasp Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Fiasp Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $25 per 30-day prescription for up to a maximum savings of $100, based on your insurance.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/fiasp/savings-card.html to download this Fiasp Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, address, email address, and date of birth. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add the this Fiasp Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    Levemir Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Levemir Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $45, for up to a maximum savings of $100 per 30-day supply.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/levemir/savings-card.html to download this Levemir Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, address, email address, and date of birth. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Levemir Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    NovoLog Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the NovoLog Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $25 with a maximum of $100 savings per 30-day supply.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/novolog/savings-card.html to download this NovoLog Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, address, email address, and date of birth. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this NovoLog Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    NovoLog Mix 70/30 Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the NovoLog Mix 70/30 Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $25 with up to a maximum of $100 savings per 30-day supply.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/novologmix70-30/savings-card.html to download this NovoLog Mix 70/30 Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, address, email address, and date of birth. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this NovoLog Mix 70/30 Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    Tresiba Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Tresiba Instant Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $5 with up to a maximum of $150 off for a 30-day prescription, depending on insurance coverage.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to not count anything beyond what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.novocare.com/tresiba/savings-card.html to download this Tresiba Instant Savings Card.

    • You will be asked to fill out a form that includes your name, address, email address, and date of birth. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

    • Give this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Tresiba Instant Savings Card into their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    My$99 Insulin

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible for the Novo Nordisk My $99Insulin cash program. Pay $99 for your monthly supply of any combination of Novo Nordisk insulin products (up to 3 vials or 2 packs of pens).

    Offer is available each month during a calendar year. This cost does not apply to any insurance deductible you may have. Medicare Part D beneficiaries (and Medicare Part D-eligible participants) will be automatically re-enrolled each month and must agree to obtain their Covered Insulins subject to this offer throughout the entire applicable Part D coverage year, if Part D coverage would otherwise be available.

    • Click on this link: https://www.novocare.com/insulin/my99insulin.html

    • After answering the questions on the webpage, you will download the My$99Insulin card.

    • Give this card to the pharmacy when you go to pick up your Novo Nordisk insulin prescriptions. (Remember to fill all of the Novo Nordisk insulin prescriptions at one time each month to maximize the $99 payment offer.)

    • If you want to call the pharmacy to give this information ahead of time, you can call the pharmacy with the information on the card.


    If you have questions about the My$99Insulin program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

    Sanofi Patient Connection Program

     
    If you have applied for Medicaid and have been denied, you may apply for the Sanofi Patient Connection program. Under the Sanofi Patient Connection program, your insulin could be for free for up to 12 months.

    • Download the Sanofi Patient Assistance Application at http://www.sanofipatientconnection.com/media/pdf/SPC_Application.pdf, completely fill out Page 2 and sign Page 3 (Sections 1-5). You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-888-847-4877  between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern Time.

    • Contact your healthcare provider and let them know you need them to fill out Page 4 and submit the completed form. This form cannot be sent in without your healthcare provider’s signature and information.

    • Assuming your application has been completed in full, once the application is received from your healthcare provider, it will take approximately 5 to 7 business days to make a decision, which will be sent by mail to you and your healthcare provider.

    • If you do not receive a decision after 7 business days, you can call 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern Time, to ask for an update.


    If your application is approved, a 90-day supply of insulin will be shipped to your healthcare provider’s office within 5 to 7 business days from approval.

    Sanofi Patient Connection Program (With Insurance Coverage)

     
    Based on the information that you provided, you may be eligible for the Sanofi Patient Connection Program through Sanofi Cares North America. This may provide you with your insulin for free for up to 12 months.

    • Download the Sanofi Patient Assistance Application at http://www.sanofipatientconnection.com/media/pdf/SPC_Application.pdf, completely fill out Page 2 and sign Page 3 (Sections 1-5). You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-888-847-4877  between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern Time.

    • You can also have an application mailed to you by calling 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern.

    • You will need to provide your insurance information so Sanofi can verify that your insurance does not allow you to access your insulin prescription through the formulary.

    • Contact your healthcare provider and let them know you need them to fill out Page 4 and submit the completed form. This form cannot be sent in without your healthcare provider’s signature and information.

    • Assuming the application has been completed in full, once the application is sent in by your healthcare provider, it takes approximately 5 to 7 business days to make a decision, which is sent by mail to you and your healthcare provider.

    • If you do not receive a decision after 7 business days, you can call 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern to ask for an update.

    • If your application is approved, a 90-day supply of insulin will be shipped to your healthcare provider’s office within 5 to 7 business days from approval.

    Apidra Savings Program

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Apidra (insulin glulisine) 100 units/mL Savings Card. This card may help you pay as little as $0 per 30-day prescription for up to a maximum savings of $100, based on your insurance.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to only count what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one. 

    • Click here: https://www.apidra.com/savings to download the Apidra Savings Card.

    • Provide this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Apidra Savings Card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription.


    If you have questions about the savings card, please call 1-866-251-4750 between 8AM and 8PM ET, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

    Lantus Savings Program

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Lantus (insulin glargine injection) 100 Units/mL Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $0 and no more than $99 for a 30-day supply, depending on insurance coverage. Maximum savings apply. Valid up to 10 packs per fill up to 12 fills.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to only count what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.lantus.com/sign-up/savings-and-support to check eligibility and download the Lantus Savings Card.

    • Provide this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Lantus Savings Card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If you have questions about this copay card, you can visit www.lantus.com or call 1-866-251-4750 between 8AM and 8PM ET, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

    Soliqua Savings Program

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Soliqua 100/33 (insulin glargine and lixisenatide injection) 100 Units/mL and 33 mcg/mL Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $0 with up to a maximum of $800 off per pack for a 30-day prescription, depending on insurance coverage.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to only count what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one. 

    • Click here: https://www.soliqua100-33.com/savings-and-support to check eligibility and download this Soliqua Savings Card.

    • Provide this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Soliqua Savings Card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If you have questions about this copay card, you can visit www.soliqua.com or call 1-855-262-5295 between 8AM and 8PM ET, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

    Toujeo Savings Card

     
    Based on the information you have provided, you may be eligible to use the Toujeo (insulin glargine injection) 300 Units/mL Savings Card. This card may help you pay as low as $0 and no more than $99 for a 30-day supply, depending on insurance coverage. Maximum savings apply. Valid up to 10 packs per fill up to 15 fills.

    Co-pay cards can help lower the out-of-pocket amount you pay at the pharmacy counter because you have commercial insurance. You must have a valid prescription for this product. Your insurance may choose to only count what you pay out-of-pocket towards your deductible, if you have one.

    • Click here: https://www.toujeo.com/toujeo-savings-card-coupon-and-support to check eligibility and download the Toujeo Savings Card.

    • Provide this information to the pharmacy (in person or by telephone) so they can add this Toujeo Savings Card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription.

    • If you have questions about this copay card, you can visit www.toujeo.com or call 1-866-255-8661 between 8AM and 8PM ET, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

    Insulins Valyou Savings Program

     
    Based on the information that you have provided, you may be eligible for the Insulins Valyou Savings Program. This program offers any combination of Sanofi insulins for $99 per monthly supply. Offer is valid for 1 fill per month, up to ten 10mL vials or packs of pens per fill. You must fill all Sanofi insulin prescriptions at the same time, together each month. Offer is not valid for Toujeo Max Solostar pen or Soliqua 100/33 (insulin glargine and lixisenatide injection) 100 Units/mL and 33 mcg/mL.

    You will need to take the following steps:

    • Click on this link: https://www.insulinsvalyou.com and choose one of the Sanofi insulins under the “Sign up today to lock in this price for 12 months.” Click on the button. (If you take more than one Sanofi insulin, you don’t need to go through this process again; this one card will work for all of your Sanofi insulins.)

    • After answering the questions on the webpage, you will download the Sanofi Insulins Valyou Savings Program card.

    • Provide the card to the pharmacy when you pick up your Sanofi insulin prescriptions. (Remember to fill all of the Sanofi insulin prescriptions at one time each month to maximize the $99 payment offer.) You can call the pharmacy to provide your Sanofi Insulins Valyou Savings Card information ahead of time.


    If you have questions about the Sanofi Insulins Valyou Savings Program, you can visit www.insulinsvalyou.com or call 833-813-0190 and press # to reach a Live Agent 8 AM - 8 PM ET M to F (except holidays).

    Sanofi Patient Connection Assistance

     
    Based on the information you have provided, we would suggest calling the Sanofi Patient Connection program at 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern. Live agents can discuss your situation and help you with resources for your insulin prescription.

    Medicare Part D Senior Savings Program

     
    As a Medicare beneficiary, insulin can be covered two different ways:

    • If you use an insulin pump, your insulin is covered under Part B. You pay 20% of the amount approved by Medicare after you meet your Part B deductible.

    • If you inject via syringe or pen needle, your insulin is covered under Part D. How much you pay will depend on the type of Medicare Part D plan you choose.


    New in January 2021 is the Medicare Senior Savings Part D Model. This plan provides insulin to Medicare beneficiaries for no more than $35 per month for a thirty-day prescription, with no deductible.

    Please note that not all Medicare plans provide this coverage. To choose an eligible plan, you must enroll during Medicare open enrollment (October 15 - December 7). Coverage under these plans will begin January 1, 2021.

    While these plans may have a slightly higher premium than other types of Part D plans, it is estimated that many Medicare beneficiaries will save, on average, $446 in annual out-of-pocket costs just for insulin.

    If you are within the Open Enrollment period or if you are enrolling in Medicare for the first time or under special enrollment, go to https://www.medicare.gov/ and search under “Find a Plan.” There will be a check box that allows you to search for plans with the $35 maximum monthly insulin cost.

    Medicaid Additional Resources

     
    If you are currently covered under your state’s Medicaid or CHIP (if the person with diabetes is under 19 years of age) health program, insulin is covered at a very low out-of-pocket cost at the pharmacy counter.

    If you cannot access insulin due to the out-of-pocket costs on your Medicaid/CHIP health program, it is important that you contact your state's Medicaid/CHIP office to ask about additional help for medical expenses.

    The link to your state’s Medicaid program is LINK and if eligible, CHIP’s link is LINK. There may be Temporary Cash Assistance Programs and other ways to help pay the out-of-pocket costs for your insulin.

    There are also local clinics that may provide access to insulin or additional medical assistance. You can find a list of the closest clinics that may be able to help by clicking here:

    https://findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov/ or https://www.nafcclinics.org/find-clinic

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