We can connect you with programs that may be able to help you afford your Amgen medication regardless of health insurance.
The Amgen FIRST STEP™§ program can help you reduce out-of-pocket costs for your Nplate® prescription if you purchase your own insurance plan or receive one through your job.
For more information, visit www.amgenfirststep.com or call 1-888-65STEP1 (1-888-657-8371)(1-888-657-8371).
There are independent nonprofit patient assistance programs that may be able to help you afford the co-pay costs for your prescribed medication, including Medicare.‡
Call 1-888-4ASSIST1-888-4ASSIST to find out more.
Amgen Safety Net Foundation is a nonprofit patient assistance program sponsored by Amgen that may be able to help you receive Nplate® at no cost.
Nplate® Navigator offers a single point of contact who can help you find the resources that are most important so you can focus on your treatment.
Nplate® Navigator may help with:
Finding co-pay and reimbursement resources*
Providing answers to questions you may have about Nplate®
Finding the specialist who’s nearest to your location
Help finding transportation and lodging assistance related to your treatment*
Nurse Navigators are here to support, not replace, your treatment plan. Medical evaluations and advice should always come from your doctor(s).
For more information, visit www.amgenfirststep.com or call 1-888-65-STEP1 (1-888-657-8371).(1-888-657-8371).
Referrals to Independent Nonprofit Patient Assistance Programs There are independent nonprofit patient assistance programs that may be able to help you afford the co-pay costs for your prescribed medication, including Medicare.‡
A single point of contact who can provide answers to questions you may have about Nplate®.
Call Nplate® Navigator toll-free
Monday to Friday
9:00 am to 9:00 pm ET
Call 1-888-4ASSIST (1-888-427-7478)(1-888-427-7478) Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 8:00 pm ET
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