Catalyst Pathways is a single source of support for patients, families, and physicians. It offers one-on-one support throughout your treatment journey and a dedicated team of specialists that can help manage your unique challenges. Catalyst Pathways includes financial assistance programs to help all eligible patients with their out-of-pocket costs Costs for medical care that aren't covered by insurance and must be paid by the individual. and additional programs to address those patients who are uninsured. The Catalyst Pathways team is available to meet with you in person and over the phone to answer any questions you have.
Catalyst Pathways is currently only available for adults with Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome (LEMS). Talk to your doctor about your treatment options. To start the enrollment process, download the Enrollment Form and complete it with your doctor at your next appointment. Enrolling in Catalyst Pathways is voluntary and free.
Your Enrollment Form must include a valid prescription from a licensed healthcare provider.
Approximately 2-3 weeks from when you and your physician fully complete an Enrollment Form. Please start as soon as possible!
Each insurance company and plan is different. Your Catalyst Pathways team will help you move your prescription through the insuranceA policy that covers all or a portion of a person’s medical expenses and/or medication. process as quickly as possible. During that time, we can offer free medication through our “Bridge” Medicine program to reduce a potential lapse in therapy due to insurance coverage delays.
For patients with commercial insurance, Catalyst Pathways lowers out-of-pocket costs to $0/month. For government-funded insurance, the copayThe fixed amount patients pay for a covered healthcare service. A person’s copay amount depends on their insurance plan. depends on the type of insurance you have. For patients who are having trouble paying their out-of-pocket costs, Catalyst Pathways can direct them to nonprofit foundations that help patients pay for their medicine.
For patients with Medicare coverage who are qualified for Foundation AssistanceIf you’re having trouble paying your out-of-pocket costs, Catalyst Pathways can direct you to nonprofit organizations that can help you pay for your medicine., their copay may be $10 or less. Call Catalyst Pathways at 1-833-422-8259 for more information.
We anticipate that most commercial and government insurers (Medicare and Medicaid) will cover your medicine through 2019 and beyond.
Catalyst Pathways has generous eligibility requirements for free, long-term Patient Assistance Program (PAP) medicine, which can be explained by your Patient Access Liaison (PAL). Contact a Care Coordinator at 1-833-422-8259 to get an application.
Through our free patient support program, Catalyst Pathways, Catalyst has put into place several programs to address out-of-pocket costs and decrease that burden for all eligible patients.
No, your medicine will come from AnovoRx Specialty Pharmacy, our rare-disease-experienced specialty pharmacy A pharmacy that delivers specialty medications directly to patients through the mail.that will deliver medicine overnight, directly to your location. They will call you prior to shipping your medicine to ensure that all information provided is correct and that someone will be home to accept the delivery the next day. All patients should take their medicine as directed by their physician.
AnovoRx Specialty Pharmacy will collect your payment via credit/debit card.
Yes. If your insurance company will allow for and reimburse additional medication, Catalyst’s primary specialty pharmacy, AnovoRx Specialty Pharmacy, will provide it. It is best to notify AnovoRx Specialty Pharmacy in plenty of time so that they can work with your insurance company to get coverage for the additional medicine needed. They can be reached 24 hours a day at 1-844-288-5007.
If your insurance company will approve and reimburse the cost of additional medicine, then yes. It is best to notify AnovoRx Specialty Pharmacy well ahead of time so that they can work with your insurance company to get coverage for the additional medicine needed.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to call a Care Coordinator at 1-833-422-8259. They can answer any questions or direct you to appropriate sources for information.