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Different Services for Different Patient Needs

Pfizer RxPathways offers a range of services to help patients access their Pfizer medicines—regardless of their insurance situation.


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To get the application(s) you need, select below if you are uninsured or insured.

To learn more and find applications, clicktap one of the buttons below.

What makes a patient uninsured or insured?
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Patients who are insured have insurance coverage for their prescription medicines either through a commercial/private plan (eg, United Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Express Scripts, and Aetna) or the government (eg, Medicare Part D, Medicaid, TRICARE®, VA Coverage).


Patients who are uninsured do not have insurance coverage for their prescription medicines.

Available Pfizer RxPathways Services

Free Medicine

  • Pfizer Primary Care Medicines

    Uninsured patients may be able to get many Pfizer medicines for free, including those typically prescribed by a primary care doctor or general physician.

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    Who’s eligible for this service?

    To be eligible for free primary care medicines, uninsured patients must:

    • Be prescribed a Pfizer primary care, or “Group A,” medicine. To view these medicines, clicktap “View Group A Medicine List” above
    • Have prescription coverage, but not enough coverage to pay for their Pfizer medicine(s)
    • Meet certain income limits
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      Number of People in Your Household Total Monthly Income Before Taxes Total Annual Income Before Taxes
      1 person Less Than or Equal to
      $1,945
      Less Than or Equal to
      $23,340
      2 people Less Than or Equal to
      $2,621
      Less Than or Equal to
      $31,460
      3 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,298
      Less Than or Equal to
      $39,580
      4 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,975
      Less Than or Equal to
      $47,700
      5 people Less Than or Equal to
      $4,651
      Less Than or Equal to
      $55,820
    • Meet certain income limits
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      Number of People in Your Household

      1 person

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $1,945

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $23,340

      Number of People in Your Household

      2 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $2,621

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $31,460

      Number of People in Your Household

      3 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,298

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $39,580

      Number of People in Your Household

      4 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,975

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $47,700

      Number of People in Your Household

      5 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $4,651

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $55,820

      If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, or have a household greater than 5, please call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400.

      Note: Income limits are subject to change on an annual basis; current limits reflect 2014 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

    • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Be treated as an outpatient
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      Outpatient – A person who goes to a doctor's office or hospital for a diagnosis or treatment but is not hospitalized for more than 24 hours

    How can patients apply?

    To apply for free medicine, patients and their prescribers must download and complete the Group A application and mail or fax it to Pfizer RxPathways along with any other required documents.

    When will patients learn if their application is accepted?

    Within 2-3 weeks of applying, patients will be notified of their enrollment status. If accepted, they will receive a letter containing the terms of enrollment and next steps to receive their free medicine(s).

    For more information on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process, please see the Group A application.

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  • Pfizer Specialty Medicines

    Uninsured patients may be able to get certain specialty medicines for free if they cannot secure insurance coverage.

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    How can patients apply?

    To apply for free medicine, patients and their prescribers must download and complete the Group B application and mail or fax it to Pfizer RxPathways along with any other required documents.

    If patients require immediate assistance with their specialty medicines, they or their prescribers should call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM-8:00 PM.

    Who’s eligible for this service and what steps are involved in getting started?

    To be eligible for free specialty medicines, uninsured patients must:

    • Be prescribed a Pfizer specialty, or “Group B,” medicine. To view these medicines, clicktap “View Group B Medicine List” above
    • Have no prescription coverage to pay for their Pfizer medicines
    • Meet certain income limits that vary by medicine and household size
    • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Be treated as an outpatient
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      Outpatient – A person who goes to a doctor's office or hospital for a diagnosis or treatment but is not hospitalized for more than 24 hours

    After applying or contacting Pfizer RxPathways, a Pfizer RxPathways counselor will first work with uninsured patients to find and apply for insurance options that may help them access their Pfizer specialty medicines (eg, state pharmaceutical assistance programs (SPAPs), Medicaid, Medicare Part D, and low-income subsidies). During this time, eligible patients will be given up to a 90-day supply of free medicine.

    If eligible patients cannot secure insurance coverage, they will continue to get free medicine through Pfizer RxPathways for up to 12 months.

    When will patients learn if their application is accepted?

    Within 2 business days, patients will be notified of their enrollment status over the phone. If accepted, they will then receive a letter containing their enrollment term and next steps on how to receive their free specialty medicine(s).

    For more information on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process, please see the Group B application.

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  • Pfizer Vaccines

    Pfizer RxPathways offers vaccine replacement to help eligible uninsured patients 19 years of age or older receive the Prevnar 13® (Pneumococcal 13-valent Conjugate Vaccine [Diphtheria CRM197 Protein]) vaccine for free from their doctor’s office. Through this service, a prescriber’s stock of the vaccine is re-filled after giving it to approved patients.

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    Who’s eligible for this service?

    To receive the Prevnar 13® vaccine for free, uninsured patients must:

    • Be at least 19 years old
    • Have no insurance or prescription coverage for Prevnar 13®
    • Meet certain income limits
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      Number of People in Your Household Total Monthly Income Before Taxes Total Annual Income Before Taxes
      1 person Less Than or Equal to
      $1,945
      Less Than or Equal to
      $23,340
      2 people Less Than or Equal to
      $2,621
      Less Than or Equal to
      $31,460
      3 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,298
      Less Than or Equal to
      $39,580
      4 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,975
      Less Than or Equal to
      $47,700
      5 people Less Than or Equal to
      $4,651
      Less Than or Equal to
      $55,820
    • Meet certain income limits
      close

      Number of People in Your Household

      1 person

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $1,945

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $23,340

      Number of People in Your Household

      2 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $2,621

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $31,460

      Number of People in Your Household

      3 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,298

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $39,580

      Number of People in Your Household

      4 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,975

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $47,700

      Number of People in Your Household

      5 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $4,651

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $55,820

      If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, or have a household greater than 5, please call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400.

      Note: Income limits are subject to change on an annual basis; current limits reflect 2014 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

    • Live in the United States

    How can prescribers apply to receive free vaccines for eligible patients?

    To start the application process, prescribers must call Pfizer RxPathways at 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400.

    For more details on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process to receive a one-time dose of free Prevnar 13, please see the Group C application.

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  • If uninsured patients do not qualify for Free Medicine, they may be eligible for the Pfizer RxPathways Savings Card.* This card helps eligible patients save on their Pfizer medicines through participating pharmacies, regardless of their age or income.

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    Who’s eligible for this service?

    To be eligible for the Pfizer RxPathways Savings Card, uninsured patients must:

    • Be prescribed a Pfizer medicine available at a savings. To view these medicines, clicktap “View Medicine List” above
    • Have no prescription coverage
    • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands

    How can patients apply?

    To learn more and apply for the Pfizer RxPathways Savings Card, patients can call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-6:00 PM.

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  • Help Through Participating
    Health Centers and Hospitals
    Locate a Health Center or Hospital View Medicine List
    Eligible uninsured patients may be able to receive free medicine through participating health centers and hospitals across the country that partner with Pfizer RxPathways. These include nearly 400 federally qualified community health centers, 50 , select free clinics, and state pharmacy programs.
    Patients can find participating health centers or hospitals by using the Clinic Locator.
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What makes a patient uninsured or insured?
close

Patients who are insured have insurance coverage for their prescription medicines either through a commercial/private plan (eg, United Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Express Scripts, and Aetna) or the government (eg, Medicare Part D, Medicaid, TRICARE®, VA Coverage).


Patients who are uninsured do not have insurance coverage for their prescription medicines.

Available Pfizer RxPathways Services

  • If insured patients need help understanding their coverage and reimbursement options for certain Pfizer specialty medicines, Pfizer RxPathways can help.

    Read more

    What types of services are offered?

    Reimbursement support: A Pfizer RxPathways counselor will research and verify benefits, outline coverage options and policies, and explain the prior authorization process to patients and their prescribers.

    Appeals process information: If a claim is underpaid or denied, Pfizer RxPathways will investigate it and provide patients with information on the appeals process.

    Specialty pharmacy referral: For patients prescribed Bosulif® (bosutinib), Inlyta® (axitinib) tablets, or Xalkori® (crizotinib) capsules, Pfizer RxPathways will refer them to a retail or specialty pharmacy that will verify their benefits and help to fill their prescriptions.

    How can patients apply?

    To receive insurance counseling for certain specialty medicines, patients can call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-8:00 PM. Patients can also download and submit the Group B application to begin the process.

    For more information on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process, please see the Group B application.

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Free Medicine

  • Pfizer Primary Care Medicines

    If patients have prescription coverage, but still cannot afford their Pfizer primary care medicines (typically prescribed by a primary care doctor or general physician), they may be able to get them for free.

    Read more

    Who’s eligible for this service?

    To be eligible for free primary care medicines, underinsured patients must:

    • Be prescribed a Pfizer primary care, or “Group A,” medicine. To view these medicines, clicktap “View Group A Medicine List” above
    • Have prescription coverage, but not enough coverage to pay for their Pfizer medicine(s)
    • Meet certain income limits
      close
      Number of People in Your Household Total Monthly Income Before Taxes Total Annual Income Before Taxes
      1 person Less Than or Equal to
      $1,945
      Less Than or Equal to
      $23,340
      2 people Less Than or Equal to
      $2,621
      Less Than or Equal to
      $31,460
      3 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,298
      Less Than or Equal to
      $39,580
      4 people Less Than or Equal to
      $3,975
      Less Than or Equal to
      $47,700
      5 people Less Than or Equal to
      $4,651
      Less Than or Equal to
      $55,820
    • Meet certain income limits
      close

      Number of People in Your Household

      1 person

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $1,945

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $23,340

      Number of People in Your Household

      2 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $2,621

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $31,460

      Number of People in Your Household

      3 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,298

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $39,580

      Number of People in Your Household

      4 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $3,975

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $47,700

      Number of People in Your Household

      5 people

      Total Monthly Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $4,651

      Total Annual Income Before Taxes

      Less Than or Equal to $55,820

      If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, or have a household greater than 5, please call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400.

      Note: Income limits are subject to change on an annual basis; current limits reflect 2014 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

    • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Be treated as an outpatient
      close

      Outpatient – A person who goes to a doctor's office or hospital for a diagnosis or treatment but is not hospitalized for more than 24 hours

    How can patients apply?

    To apply, patients and their prescribers must download and complete the Group A application and mail or fax it to Pfizer RxPathways along with any other required documents.

    When will patients learn if their application has been accepted?

    Within 2-3 weeks of applying, patients will be notified of their enrollment status. If accepted, they will receive a letter with their enrollment term and next steps on how to receive their free medicine(s).

    Medicines will typically be shipped to a prescriber’s office, or to a patient’s home.

    In some cases, patients who apply for free medicine and have private insurance coverage may even receive co-pay assistance* through Pfizer RxPathways. Instead of having free medicine shipped to them, these patients will receive a Pfizer RxPathways co-pay card to use at their local pharmacy to cover the entire cost of their co-pay.

    For more information on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process, please see the Group A application.

    *Pfizer RxPathways Co-Pay Assistance is not health insurance. For a complete list of participating pharmacies, click here or call
    1-866-706-2400. Terms and conditions apply.

    Patients who participate in any federal or state programs, such as Medicaid or Medicare, are not eligible for co-pay assistance. However, these patients may be eligible to receive their medicine for free through Pfizer RxPathways. Terms and conditions apply.

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  • Pfizer Specialty Medicines

    If patients have prescription coverage, but still cannot afford their Pfizer specialty medicines, they may be able to get them for free.

    Read more

    How can patients apply?

    To apply for free medicine, patients and their prescribers must download and complete the Group B application and mail or fax it to Pfizer RxPathways along with any other required documents.

    If patients require immediate assistance with their specialty medicines, they or their prescribers should call 1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM-8:00 PM to start the process.

    Who’s eligible for this service and what steps are involved in getting started?

    To be eligible for free specialty medicines, patients without enough health insurance coverage must:

    • Be prescribed a Pfizer specialty, or “Group B,” medicine. To view these medicines, clicktap “View Group B Medicine List” above
    • Have prescription coverage, but not enough to pay for their Pfizer medicines
    • Meet certain income limits that vary by medicine and household size
    • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Be treated as an outpatient
      close

      Outpatient – A person who goes to a doctor's office or hospital for a diagnosis or treatment but is not hospitalized for more than 24 hours

    After applying to or contacting Pfizer RxPathways, a Pfizer RxPathways counselor will first work with underinsured patients to find and apply for other ways to help patients with their co-pay. Other sources of help could come from co-pay foundations, Medicare Part D, low-income subsidies, and even co-pay card programs.

    If other funding cannot be secured, patients may be eligible to receive their Pfizer specialty medicines for free through Pfizer RxPathways.

    When will patients learn if their application has been accepted?

    Within 2 business days, patients will be notified of their enrollment status. If accepted, they will receive a letter that contains their enrollment term and next steps on how to receive their free specialty medicine(s).

    Medicines will typically be shipped to a patient’s home, or to a prescriber’s office.

    In some cases, patients who apply for free medicine and have private insurance coverage may even receive co-pay assistance* through Pfizer RxPathways. Instead of having free medicine shipped to them, these patients will receive a Pfizer RxPathways co-pay card to use at their local pharmacy to cover the entire cost of their co-pay.

    For more information on the eligibility requirements, application, and enrollment process, please see the Group B application.

    *Pfizer RxPathways Co-Pay Assistance is not health insurance. For a complete list of participating pharmacies, clicktap here or call
    1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400. Terms and conditions apply.

    Patients who participate in any federal or state programs, such as Medicaid or Medicare, are not eligible for co-pay assistance. However, these patients may be eligible to receive their medicine for free through Pfizer RxPathways. Terms and conditions apply.

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*The Pfizer RxPathways Savings Card is not health insurance. For a complete list of participating pharmacies, clicktap here or call the toll-free number
1-866-706-24001-866-706-2400.
There are no membership fees to participate in this service. Estimated savings range from 15%-75% and depend on such factors as the particular drug purchased, amount purchased, and the pharmacy where purchased.