Navigating insurance

Biogen insurance and financial assistance programs are designed to help you understand your insurance benefits for SPINRAZA, so you can start treatment as quickly as possible and continue as prescribed by your healthcare provider.

Some of the ways we can help

After you are prescribed SPINRAZA, you will be connected to your support team, including your
Lead Case Manager (LCM). Your LCM can:

  • Investigate your insurance benefits to help you understand your current coverage
  • Facilitate the prior authorization process for treatment 
  • Provide information in the event of denied insurance claims
  • Educate you on the eligibility details of the Biogen Copay Program, which may lower the out-of-pocket costs for commercially insured patients to as low as $0
  • Supply background and resources to refer you to third-party charity organizations
  • Counsel you and your family on the availability of government insurance programs

Speak with a Lead Case Manager

(1-844-477-4672) // Monday–Friday // 8:30 AM–8:00 PM ET

Understand your coverage

We are committed to empowering people with SMA and their caregivers
with the knowledge to advocate for their insurance coverage. The insurance guide can help you or your loved ones navigate insurance questions and challenges.

Download the Insurance Guide

Biogen Copay Program

With the Biogen Copay Program, eligible commercially insured patients may lower their out-of-pocket costs to as low as $0.

Eligible commercially insured patients may lower their out-of-pocket costs to as low as $0 with the Biogen Copay Program. There may be an annual copay cap on the amount of assistance that patients can receive over a one-year period. By completing this form, you will be screened for eligibility in the Biogen Copay Program.

Federal and state laws and other factors may prevent or otherwise restrict eligibility. People covered by Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Defense (DoD), or any other federal plans are not eligible to enroll. You are eligible to enroll in the Biogen Copay Program for as long as it is offered and you are treated with this Biogen medication, provided that you meet the eligibility criteria. The Biogen Copay Program is no longer available for Tecfidera® (dimethyl fumarate) patients in the states of Massachusetts and California.

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