Notice to Qualified Health Plans:
After careful consideration and deliberation, including analysis of the October 30, 2013, and February 6, 2014, letters from former Secretary Sebelius to Representative McDermott (D-WA) and Senator Grassley (R-IA), respectively, Merck has decided to make a co-payment assistance program for this product available to enrollees of a health insurance exchange established by a state government or the federal government who are not Medicaid-eligible. The terms and conditions of our patient co-payment assistance program are available through the link below.
The Merck Co-pay Assistance Program offers assistance to eligible privately insured patients who need help affording ZINPLAVA.
- Once enrolled, eligible, privately insured patients pay the first $100 of their co-pay.
- Maximum Co-pay Assistance Program benefit applies. See Terms and Conditions.
Co-pay assistance from the Merck Co-pay Assistance Program is not insurance. Not all patients are eligible for the Merck Co-pay Assistance Program. Restrictions apply. See Terms and Conditions
You may be eligible if you
- Are at least 18 years old
- Are a resident of the United States (including Puerto Rico)
- Have private health insurance that provides coverage for ZINPLAVA under a medical benefit program
- Have been prescribed ZINPLAVA for an FDA-approved indication
- Meet all other Terms and Conditions of the program
The Merck Co-pay Assistance Program is not valid for patients covered under a Government Program, as that term is defined in the Terms and Conditions
. The Merck Co-pay Assistance Program is not valid for uninsured patients.
You and your health care provider must submit all required information. Please see the enrollment form for details.
What if I am not eligible for the Merck Co-pay Assistance Program?
You may be able to get help from an independent co-pay assistance foundation. A representative can provide you with information about independent foundations that may be able to provide financial support to patients who do not qualify for the Merck Co-pay Assistance Program. Each independent foundation has its own eligibility criteria and application process.