EpizymeNOW Patient Support Services
Epizyme offers the EpizymeNOW patient support program for patients who have been prescribed Tazverik (Table).
EpizymeNOW Support Services
Support services for patients include help with determining insurance benefits, prior authorization, and/or the appeal process related to the use of Tazverik. Click here to enroll your patient online.
Co-Pay Assistance Program
Patients with commercial insurance may be eligible to receive copayment assistance to help reduce their out-of-pocket costs for Tazverik. To be eligible for this program, patients must:
- Have commercial prescription drug insurance that covers Tazverik
- Have a valid prescription for Tazverik
- Be a resident of the United States, including the US territories
- Have no primary or secondary insurance coverage under Medicare, Medicaid, or any other federal or state healthcare program.
This offer is not valid for patients paying cash.
Patient Assistance Program
Qualified patients who are uninsured or underinsured and have financial need may receive a free limited supply of Tazverik. To be eligible for the Patient Assistance Program, a patient must have a valid prescription, be a resident of the United States or its territories, and meet the financial requirements based on income and other supporting financial documentation. Medicare Part D patients must have coverage for Tazverik but be currently experiencing financial hardship.
Quick Start Program
New patients may receive an initial 15-day supply of Tazverik (up to 30 days until their prior authorization or coverage request for Tazverik is approved) if a prior authorization decision takes >5 business days and an immediate medical need to start the treatment is determined. The patient must have a valid prescription and prescription drug coverage under either a commercial health plan or a government program, including Medicare or Medicaid, and must be actively pursuing initial coverage or reauthorization of coverage for Tazverik. The patient must also be a resident of the United States or its territories.
Bridge Supply Program
Eligible patients with a valid prescription may receive an emergency 15-day supply of Tazverik (up to 60 days until their coverage request is approved), if they are taking Tazverik and have an unexpected disruption in their drug coverage of >5 calendar days. The patient must have prescription drug coverage under either a commercial health plan or a government program, including Medicare or Medicaid, and be a resident of the United States or its territories.