Learn About Programs
When patients need help paying for their prescription medicines, the path to assistance isn’t always clear.
That’s where Pfizer RxPathways comes in. We’re here to help clear the path for patients by serving as a single point of access to all of the programs that might be right for them.
From insurance support and co-pay assistance* to medicines for free or at a savings,† Pfizer RxPathways connects patients to a range of programs and resources that can help them access the Pfizer medicines they need.
Pfizer Patient Assistance Program
Pfizer Savings Program
Pfizer Institutional Patient Assistance Program
Provides eligible, uninsured patients with free Pfizer medicines‡ through select federally qualified health centers, disproportionate share hospitals, and free clinics throughout the country.
‡Product availability varies by institution.
Treatment-Specific Patient Support Hubs
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Co-pay and Savings Offers
Co-pay and Savings Offers*
Pfizer provides access to co-pay and savings cards to help eligible patients save on a variety of brand-name medicines, regardless of their income.View offerings https://www.pfizerrxpathways.com/copay-and-savings-offers
Other Rx Resources
If patients need help paying for medicines that are either not available through Pfizer’s assistance programs or not made by Pfizer, the following programs may be able to help.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA)
Find out which programs your patients are eligible for:
Call 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to speak with a specialized Medicine Access Counselor.
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*Terms and conditions apply.
†The Pfizer Savings Program is not health insurance. For more information, please call the toll-free number 1-866-706-2400. There are no membership fees to participate in this program. Estimated savings range from 36% to 75% and depend on such factors as the particular drug purchased, amount purchased, and the pharmacy where purchased.