Resources for Your Patients

These resources may help your patients get access to the medication and information they need.

Access & Reimbursement:
The PANHEMATIN Support Program

The Recordati Rare Diseases PANHEMATIN Support Program is available to assist you and your patients with:

  • Benefits investigation
    Determining whether the patient’s insurance will cover PANHEMATIN
  • Insurance counseling
    Helping your patients explore other insurance options if they are uninsured or do not have favorable coverage for PANHEMATIN
  • Claims support
    Appealing denied or underpaid claims for PANHEMATIN
  • Prior authorizations/appeals
    Facilitating the prior authorization process by determining requirements, coordinating paperwork, and following up on the final decision
  • Copay assistance
    Assisting eligible patients who receive PANHEMATIN infusions in outpatient care settings with their insurance copays
  • Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
    Assisting qualified uninsured and underinsured patients to gain access to PANHEMATIN
  • Reimbursement support
    Assisting with inquiries regarding coverage and reimbursement as they relate to PANHEMATIN
  • General inquiries
    Answering general questions about program support services, program material, and hours of operation

Contact the Recordati Rare Diseases
Patient Support Program for Assistance

Monday-Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. ET:

Phone: 866-209-7604 Fax: 866-209-7599

Family discussion guide for patients with AIP

Discussing AIP with Your Family is a printable guide that can give your patients information they need to talk about AIP with family members.

Discussing AIP with Your Family
DOWNLOAD THE DISCUSSION GUIDE

Resources for education and support

Whether your patients are newly diagnosed or have been living with AIP for some time, they are likely to have many questions and concerns. The resources below are appropriate for your practice as well as your patients.

The National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) is a federation of voluntary health organizations dedicated to helping people with rare "orphan" diseases.

VISIT SITE

The American Porphyria Foundation educates physicians and the general public, raises funds for research, and advocates for better policy and patient care.

VISIT SITE

The Porphyrias Consortium, part of the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network founded by the NIH, benefits patients and physicians by enabling a large-scale collaborative effort to develop new strategies and methods for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness and disability resulting from these rare disorders.

VISIT SITE
Dosing & Administration Get step-by-step instructions
About PANHEMATIN Review efficacy and safety data