PAF Co-Pay Relief Program Program Disclaimer
PAF Co-Pay Relief (CPR) program provide direct financial assistance to qualified patients with co-payments, co-insurance or cost-sharing associated with prescription drugs through funds dedicated to specific disease states. In some instances, assistance with insurance premiums and/or ancillary services associated with the disease also may be available. In order to qualify for a given disease-specific fund, an applicant must (1) have a diagnosis for the given disease, (2) have a treatment regimen in place, (3) have and maintain health insurance and (4) meet the financial criteria set forth by CPR for the fund.
PAF will not consider the identify of any physician, provider, supplier of items or services, donor, drug therapy, services or supplies being utilized or the referral source when assessing whether an applicant is qualified for financial assistance from a PAF CPR disease-specific fund. Under no circumstances will PAF recommend or refer an applicant or enrollee to any fund donor, provider, supplier or product.
Qualifying applicants are enrolled in a disease-specific fund for up to one year from the date of enrollment and must re-apply thereafter to continue receiving assistance from a given disease-specific fund. Enrollment in and financial assistance from any disease-specific fund is provided on a first come, first serve basis to the extent funding is and remains available.
Financial assistance from any CPR disease-specific fund is not dependent on the use a particular drug or provider and enrollees are free to switch drug therapies, treating physicians, pharmacies and suppliers at any time without affecting their continued eligibility for financial assistance from a disease-specific fund.
Enrollees are required to inform PAF in the event their financial circumstances change and/or they lose their health insurance coverage during their enrollment period as such changes may affect enrollee eligibility for a given CPR fund