Navigating the Insurance Process
ON COURSE provides assistance for you and your caregiver when evaluating your prescription insurance coverage options.
Insurance Benefits Verification
ON COURSE can help research your insurance benefits to determine if it covers your medication, your copay responsibility, and if prior authorization is required.
Prior Authorization Assistance
We will partner with your healthcare team to navigate the prior authorization process with your insurance provider, provide necessary forms, and follow up with your insurance provider to obtain the determination outcome.
Claims Management and Appeals
If your insurance denies coverage, we can assist with the appeals process.
ON COURSE offers financial resources that are available to help you pay for your medication.
If you are eligible, you may be able to pay as little as $5 for your medication. Restrictions may apply. Click on the orange button below to find out if you are eligible for help minimizing your out-of-pocket costs on your prescription:
Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
ON COURSE includes a patient assistance program if you do not have access to health insurance or if your insurance plan does not cover the entire cost of your medication. Our PAP may be able to provide your medication at no cost. Some restrictions apply, and you will need to meet certain eligibility criteria.
Dedicated ON COURSE Nurse
ON COURSE provides all patients and their caregivers with a dedicated nurse for personalized attention throughout the treatment process. Your dedicated nurse will let you know what to expect and answer any questions you may have about the ON COURSE program. You will be given a direct line of communication to your nurse whenever you need them. Be sure to consult with your doctor first for medical advice or if you experience any side effects while on treatment.
A Community of Support
Making a connection to other patients and caregivers opens the door to understanding, compassion, and a sense of community. Here are a few of the many support groups and organizations that are available to help:
Are You a Caregiver?
While you are caring for someone with multiple myeloma, it’s important to take time to care for yourself too. There is a community of support services available specifically for caregivers like you.
See below for organizations, resources, and advocacy groups that may be able to help:
- Caregiver Action Network www.caregiveraction.org
- National Family Caregiver Support Program (individual states offer local assistance at usa.gov)
- Friends Health Connection www.friendshealthconnection.org
- Family Caregiver Alliance www.caregiver.org
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