May 15, 2020
As a result of the unprecedented impact caused by COVID-19, Sanofi is helping expand access of its medicines for those with financial or insurance situations that have changed.
Sanofi’s new temporary access program provides eligible people with immediate access to a 30-day supply of their medicine as they wait for their application to the patient assistance component of the Sanofi Patient Connection program to process. People with a valid prescription for the following medicines can call an automated helpline at (855) 700-0073 to learn more and navigate program eligibility criteria. People who don’t qualify for the temporary access program will be directed to learn more about other Sanofi savings programs that may better fit their personal situation.
“Sanofi takes our responsibility to help people access and afford their medicines seriously and we are proud of the diverse programs we have to address those needs, including our new temporary access program designed to support people experiencing an unexpected financial challenge such as the one caused by COVID-19,” said Gustavo Pesquin, Head of North America General Medicines at Sanofi. “We are committed to ensuring that people are able to access the medicine they need, and it is our hope this new program will help ease some of the financial burdens so many are facing today.”
Sanofi has also made some temporary changes to its patient assistance program to help people who have recently been impacted as a result of COVID-19, including:
More information regarding the above can be obtained by calling Sanofi Patient Connection at (888) 847-4877.
Additional patient resources remain available
The new temporary access program complements Sanofi’s innovative and industry leading savings programs that have launched in recent years to help people reduce their prescription medicine costs – all of which remain available today.
More information on these additional patient resources can be found on each product’s website. Additional details about Sanofi savings programs for other disease states and our commitment to ensuring affordable access of our medicines can also be found here.