Astellas Patient Assistance Program
The Astellas Patient Assistant Program provides CRESEMBA® (isavuconazonium sulfate) capsules at no cost to patients who meet the program eligibility requirements.
CRESEMBA Support Solutionsa can quickly assess whether your patient meets the eligibility requirements. For more information, contact us at 1-800-477-6472. We are available Monday–Friday, 9:00 am–8:00 pm ET.
Your patient may be eligible if they meet the following criteria:
- Be uninsured or have insurance that excludes coverage for CRESEMBAb
- Have a verifiable shipping address in the United States
- Have been prescribed CRESEMBA for an FDA-approved indication
- Have a gross income of ≤5x the federal poverty level
Upon completion of the Patient Enrollment Process, we will evaluate and determine if your patient is eligible for this program. If your patient is eligible, we will notify you and your patient and then ship the patient's CRESEMBA prescription directly to their home.
2016 HHSc Federal Poverty Guidelines
The Astellas Patient Assistance Program uses the federal poverty level (FPL) as the basis for assessing financial eligibility for patient assistance. The FPL establishes an income threshold for poverty based on the number of people in a household and is updated every year by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Under this program, patient income must be less than or equal to 5x the FPL to qualify for assistance for this Astellas product. The table below outlines the 2016 FPL for the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii, and the Astellas Patient Assistance Program financial criteria (5x the FPL).
|2016 Federal Poverty Level Guidelines1|
|Household Size*||Continental United States||Alaska||Hawaii|
|FPL||5x the FPL||FPL||5x the FPL||FPL||5x the FPL|
a CRESEMBA Support Solutions is a component of Astellas Pharma Support SolutionsSM.
b Other insured patients may be eligible for the program if they meet certain eligibility criteria.
c US Department of Health and Human Services.
1. US Department of Health and Human Services. Annual update of the HHS poverty guidelines. Fed Regist 2016;80:3236-7.