Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

Payment Assistance

Cancer patients and caregivers should know about the many sources of assistance and insurance available for payment relief.

IncyteCARES

https://www.incytecares.com/jakafi-copay-assistance.aspx

IncyteCARES is a patient support program for people taking Jakafi® (Ruxolitinib). COPAY/COINSURANCE ASSISTANCE Often, health plans require you to make a copayment to help pay for the cost of your medicine. Your prescription drug plan sets the specific copayment amount. Are you having trouble affording Jakafi because the copays or coinsurance are too high? Talk with an IncyteCARES registered nurse. Offering a single point of contact throughout the program, our nurses provide assistance to help eligible patients find the right program to access Jakafi through several patient assistance options, including the following: IncyteCARES -Copay/Coinsurance Assistance Program, where eligible patients with commercial or private prescription insurance pay as little as $0 per month -PAP or free medication program for eligible uninsured/underinsured patients -Temporary Access Program IncyteCARES can also provide information to patients about independent nonprofit organizations and

IncyteCARES registered nurse
1-855-4-Jakafi (1-855-452-5234)
IncyteCARESWebComment@lashgroup.com

IncyteCARES - Financial Assistance Options for Jakafi® (ruxolitinib)

https://www.incytecares.com/jakafi-copay-assistance.aspx

IncyteCARES is a patient support program for people taking Jakafi (ruxolitinib). COPAY/COINSURANCE ASSISTANCE Often, health plans require you to make a copayment to help pay for the cost of your medicine. Your prescription drug plan sets the specific copayment amount. Are you having trouble affording Jakafi because the copays or coinsurance are too high? Talk with an IncyteCARES registered nurse. Offering a single point of contact throughout the program, our nurses provide assistance to help eligible patients find the right program to access Jakafi through several patient assistance options, including the following: IncyteCARES -Copay/Coinsurance Assistance Program, where eligible patients with commercial or private prescription insurance pay as little as $0 per month -PAP or free medication program for eligible uninsured/underinsured patients -Temporary Access Program IncyteCARES can also provide information to patients about independent nonprofit organizations and f

IncyteCARES registered nurse
1-855-4-Jakafi (1-855-452-5234)
IncyteCARESWebComment@lashgroup.com

Organization-Specific

Many cancer centers, programs and practices offer financial assistance to their patient population. Please check with your cancer treatment site to see if payment assistance is available.

Resources & Education

Clinical Cancer Advances 2020 at a Glance

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Georgia CORE is a public-private partnership that creates collaboration among the state’s cancer organizations and institutions to connect more Georgians to quality, personalized cancer care. We welcome you to this one-of-a-kind online information center for all things related to cancer and survivorship care in Georgia.