Filling your prescription for ENTYVIO may be a little different from what you are used to
Since ENTYVIO is a biologic medication that can't be picked up at your local pharmacy, there's a process that must take place before you get started.
You need to be approved for coverage
Your health insurance provider must approve your coverage for ENTYVIO.
- Benefits Verification—Your doctor's office will work with your insurance company to determine if ENTYVIO is covered.
- Prior Authorization—Your doctor's office will submit a request to your health insurance company to get approval for you to start treatment with ENTYVIO.
Sign up for support
While you're waiting for approval, take a moment to sign up for EntyvioConnect. Our financial and insurance experts can help you navigate your insurance coverage and determine if you are eligible for the ENTYVIO co-pay program which may help you save on out-of-pocket costs.
Using a specialty pharmacy
There are two ways you can receive ENTYVIO, by intravenous (IV) infusion or self-administered injection.* If you’re using the self-injection pen, your treatment will be shipped to you from a specialty pharmacy, which is a type of pharmacy that specializes in handling more complex medications. Your doctor will walk you through this process and explain the steps you need to take to ensure you receive your treatment on time.
*The self-injection pen is available as a maintenance dose for UC only.
Pay as little as $5 per dose
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*Must meet eligibility requirements
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