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ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS FOR AURYXIA

Access to AURYXIA has never been easier

3 comprehensive programs and dedicated case managers to help you with your access needs

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REIMBURSEMENT HELP

One-on-one support for assistance with insurance questions and challenges

WHAT DOES IT OFFER?

  • Verify insurance and prescription drug benefits for AURYXIA
  • Coordinate prior authorizations for AURYXIA
  • Identify patient eligibility status for Low-income Subsidy Assistance, Copay Assistance, or State-funded programs*

WHO IS IT FOR?

  • Anyone who has been prescribed AURYXIA

WHAT FORM IS NEEDED?

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COPAY PROGRAM

Financial assistance for patients with commercial insurance

WHAT DOES IT OFFER?

    • The majority of patients with commercial insurance pay as little as $0 for AURYXIA

Up to $500 off prescriptions for 90 tablets or less; up to $1,000 off prescriptions for 91-180 tablets; up to $1,500 off prescriptions for 181 tablets or more

WHO IS IT FOR?

  • Eligible patients with commercial insurance§

WHAT FORM IS NEEDED?

  • Many pharmacies will apply the coupon when filling AURYXIA.
    Download the Copay Coupon

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PATIENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PAP)

Free AURYXIA may be available for eligible patients

WHAT DOES IT OFFER?

  • Medication free of charge for eligible patients

WHO IS IT FOR?

  • For patients who are uninsured, patients who have Medicare Part D insurance but cannot afford their copays, and patients whose insurance does not cover AURYXIA

WHAT FORM IS NEEDED?

AkebiaCares does not guarantee coverage and/or reimbursement for all patients.

*Patients may be eligible for Low-Income Subsidy (LIS) if they have an income of ≤150% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).

Akebia is entitled to request additional documentation for income attestation and medication drug list.

Restrictions may apply. Copay assistance is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, or similar federal or state programs.

§Copay assistance is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, or similar federal or state programs.

Medicare Part D patients with an annual income of ≤150% of the FPL are eligible for LIS assistance (also called “Extra Help”).