If you’re prescribed NUEDEXTA for PBA (PseudoBulbar Affect), it’s important to keep taking it every day, as prescribed. NUEDEXTA is covered by most insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid. However, there are options that may help make your out-of-pocket costs more affordable.
The NUEDEXTA Co-Pay
If you have private insurance, the NUEDEXTA co-pay savings card can help you save on your NUEDEXTA 90-day prescription and refills. Pay as little as $0* for a 90-day prescription of NUEDEXTA.
Sign up here to get or activate your Savings Card and for helpful information like the Treatment Guide as you continue your treatment.
Help for Medicare Part D patients
Advanced Patient Services (APS) provides assistance for those with government insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, etc.) through independent co-pay assistance foundations or charitable organizations that provide financial assistance to those who qualify.
Assistance for the uninsured
If you are uninsured, underinsured, or cannot afford your medication, financial assistance may be available. Restrictions apply.
Support for prior authorization
Avanir is ready with support services if you require prior authorization to begin treatment with NUEDEXTA.
*Restrictions apply. Most commercially insured patients pay as little as $0 for a 90-day supply or $30 for a 30-day supply. Not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicaid, a Medicare drug benefit plan, TRICARE, or other federal or state health programs (such as medical assistance programs). Benefit cap applies regardless of copay amount.
Get the free Treatment Guide
If you’re already taking NUEDEXTA, sign up to receive the free Treatment Guide and updates as you continue your treatment.
Understand the treatment
Learn how to take NUEDEXTA, what to expect during treatment, and review important safety information.