New Haven Pharmaceuticals provides $0 Co-Pay Card to patients
Extended-release DURLAZA® is available to most patients with no out-of-pocket costs
- Commercially insured patients pay $0 out-of-pocket for a 30-day supply of DURLAZA worth up to $150
- Even if patients are uninsured or underinsured, they can save an average of 70% on a 30-day supply of DURLAZA worth up to $150†‡§
- Prescription status helps you with patient refills
DURLAZA can assist you with patient adherence
The prescription status of DURLAZA provides you and your patients with ideal refill control to ensure they receive the medication you desire compared to OTC regimens.Download Co-Pay Card
Programs to increase access to DURLAZA (aspirin)
DURLAZA Cares is a comprehensive array of patient support programs that help a broad range of patients gain access to DURLAZA.
Prior authorization assistance
This program is for patients with health insurance requiring prior authorization for a DURLAZA prescription. Your office staff can contact our sanctioned third-party company, who will work directly with payers to facilitate the authorization process.
Learn more about prior authorization assistance by calling 1.844.751.7751 or emailing email@example.com.
Additional financial assistance for select patients
DURLAZA has partnered with the nonprofit organization, Patient Services, Inc. (PSI), to support underserved patients. Patients must meet certain income criteria to be eligible. By contacting PSI, your patients in the greatest financial need may be able to get help with insurance premiums and co-pay costs through the PSI secondary payment program. PSI also advocates for your patients and can connect them to external ancillary resources.
You or your patients can contact PSI regarding financial assistance. Call 1.800.366.7741 or visit psictsweb.patientservicesinc.org/Apply for more information.
† Terms and conditions apply.
‡ Patients who are uninsured, or insured but not covered, may be required to pay an average of $40 toward a 30-day supply of DURLAZA.
§ Offer not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicaid, a Medicare drug benefit plan, or other federal or state healthcare programs (such as medical assistance programs).