|Patient Assistance Program Center||
Database Search Help
The RxAssist database contains eligibility information and applications for over 150 pharmaceutical company patient assistance programs. The database can help you find out whether a drug is available , which pharmaceutical company program offers the drug and how to apply for the medication.
How do I search the database?
In order to use the database, you must register either as a provider or patient. If you are already registered, login.
2. Choose how you want to search:
RxOutreach generic medications:
3. If you would like to search for multiple drugs, click the advance search button. Then, enter the items in the search boxes that pop up.
7. If an application is available online, you can either open (download) the application, type information directly onto the application on the screen and print it out or print out the application and fill it out by hand. If there is no application online, use the phone number provided at the top of the Program Details page to call the company for information on how to get an application.
I searched for my medication and there is more than one company listed. Why?When you search for a medication more than one company may have that medication available in its PAP. This happens because the medication is available as both a brand name and as a generic. You should look through the eligibility criteria for all of the programs to determine which one will be right for you. To see the detailed information for each program, click on the medication name and it will bring you to the correct page.
What if my medication is not listed in the search results?RxAssist only includes medications that are available through patient assistance programs. If your medication is not listed, it most likely means that the medication is not available through a patient assistance program. If you believe that the program does exist, please contact us.
If the medication is not available, you may contact the manufacturer of the medication directly to see if the medication could be sent to you. It is best if a physician's office or other advocate makes this request to the company.
My medication is listed, but there is no form available. What do I do?Follow the instructions on the program details page to contact the pharmaceutical company directly to request a form. Some programs require that only a physician request the application form.
What do I need to view the forms available online?You must have Adobe Acrobat to view the forms (available in PDF only). You can download a free copy of the latest version of Acrobat at Adobe.com.
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