NUEDEXTA® (dextromethorphan HBr and quinidine sulfate) HCC Treatment

Paying for treatment

If you’re prescribed NUEDEXTA, it’s important to keep taking it every day as prescribed. NUEDEXTA is covered by most health insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. However, there are options that may help make your out-of-pocket costs more affordable.

Copay savings card

If you have private insurance, the NUEDEXTA copay savings card can help you save on your 90-day prescription for NUEDEXTA, as well as refills. Pay as little as $0* for a 90-day prescription or $20 for a 30-day supply of NUEDEXTA. Sign up and get a savings card.

*Restrictions apply. Most commercially insured patients pay as little as $0 for a 90-day supply or $20 for a 30-day supply. Patients who are eligible for any state or federally funded prescription programs, including Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap, VA, DOD, or TriCare, are not eligible for this program.

Government programs and resources

There are multiple support options through Medicare. Here is a list of resources that may be helpful to you. “What’s Covered” App  
Medicare’s free “What’s Covered” app delivers accurate cost and coverage information right on your smartphone. State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs  
Find out if your state has a State Pharmaceutical Assistance Program for financial support for prescription drugs. Savings Programs  
The Medicare Savings Programs can assist people with limited income pay for their Medicare premiums and other medical expenses. Extra Help (Part D)  
Extra Help is a program to help people with limited income and resources pay Medicare prescription drug program costs, including premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance.

Medicare State Health Insurance Assistance Programs  
View programs that educate and assist Medicare-eligible individuals, their families, and caregivers through outreach, counseling, and providing access to care and benefits.

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Learn about patient assistance

If you don’t have health insurance or can’t afford your prescribed Otsuka medication, the Otsuka Patient Assistance Foundation (OPAF) might be able to help you get it at no cost to you.

OPAF is a nonprofit organization that assists underinsured and uninsured patients who have been prescribed Otsuka medications. There are specific eligibility criteria that applicants must meet prior to their approval for assistance. It’s important to note that Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. does not control or influence how OPAF distributes funds.

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For more information, call OPAF at 1-855-727-6274, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 8 PM eastern time.