Treatment can be expensive, but cost should not get in the way of treating your psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis. Fortunately, financial help is available. Here are a few ways that may help to make your treatment more affordable.
Copay cards (also called manufacturer copay cards or copay coupons) can be used to lower what you pay for your prescription drug. That means the manufacturer is helping to pay what is not covered by your health insurance.
Ask your health care provider or pharmacist about any copay cards for the medications you take. You can also look for copay cards on the drug manufacturer’s website.
Copay cards can only be used with commercial or private insurance. They cannot be used if you have health insurance provided by the federal government (Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare or Indian Health Services) due to the Anti-Kickback Statute.