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Patient Access, Reimbursement, and Co-Pay Support
Bristol Myers Squibb is committed to helping patients gain access to their prescribed BMS medications. That’s why we offer the BMS Access Support® program, which provides resources to help patients understand their insurance coverage and find information on sources of financial support, including co-pay assistance for eligible commercially insured patients. For more information, ask your doctor, visit BMS Access Support, or call BMS Access Support® at 1-800-861-0048, 8 AM to 8 PM ET, Monday–Friday.
It’s important to be up front about what you’re experiencing. Honest communication with your care team can help you make informative choices about your health. It also helps to build a strong partnership. A strong team can mean more support for you.
Try using these questions to get the information you need. Consider taking notes as you hear the answers to refer to after your appointment.
Talk about your symptoms.
Ask about your options.
Ask about INREBIC.
Ask other important questions about INREBIC.
Ask loved ones for help.
Not an actual patient.
This list of independent organizations is provided as a resource for obtaining support and information related to MF.
This list does not indicate endorsement by Bristol Myers Squibb of an organization or its communications.
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