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Patient Assistance Program

Even though NovoLog® is covered by most health insurance and Medicare plans,a we know that sometimes things can get in the way of filling your prescription: Having a hard time getting the prescription coverage you need Money issues that make it difficult to pay for your insulin If you have questions about insurance reimbursement for NovoLog®, you can contact our call center at 1-866-310-7549. Please have your insurance information with you when you call. This includes your managed care plan name and your group number, which should be on your insurance card. If you can’t afford the cost of your insulin, we may be able to help. Making our products available to people who need them but cannot afford them is part of Novo Nordisk's commitment to helping people with diabetes. Anyone with diabetes who meets the eligibility requirements for the Patient Assistance Program (PAP) can receive NovoLog®, or any other Novo Nordisk product free of charge as long as they stay eligible. aFormulary data are provided by Fingertip Formulary® and are current as of January 2015. Because formularies do change and many health plans offer more than one formulary, please check directly with the health Continue reading >>

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  1. Angie Type 1

    I found free Insulin and Medtronic Pump Supplies from Manufacturers

    Hi, just wanted to give those of you who are in need of supplies and their money is stretch due to Unemployment or Inability to work from Diabetes. Lilly, the maker of insulin gives free insulin and also if you are on an insulin pump (Medtronic is the one I am on) they also give you reservoirs and infusion sets. You will need to meet certain financial guidelines. When I was "laid off" and found a part time job I got better control only working 3 days a week instead of 5(which of course affected my income). However, I needed help with my insulin pump supplies and insulin. I couldn't afford Cobra Ins. from my prior job @ 600 a month so the only one I could get was a cheaper Blue Shield plan which had a pre-existing condition clause which meant they paid 0 of my diabetes supplies and doctor bills. If you need help finding the website for Lilly or Medtronic for you pumpers just let me know.

  2. Anne313

    Hi, My name is Anne, I lost my job in April and then my health insurance the end of July. I am on a Medtronic Insulin Pump and saw that you said you could get free stuff. How did you do that? Thanks for your help. Take care

  3. cumpja92

    Hi I am needing help in getting my pods for my Omnipod pump do you think I can get help as well?

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