Pfizer Patient Assistance Program
Provides free Pfizer medicines to eligible patients through their doctor’s office or at home.
To qualify, patients must:
- Have a valid prescription for the Pfizer medicine for which they are seeking assistance
- Have no prescription coverage, or not enough coverage, to pay for their Pfizer medicine
- Reside in the U.S. or a U.S. territory
- Meet income guidelines, which vary by medicine, but start at 400% of the Federal Poverty Level, adjusted for family size
- Be treated by a healthcare provider licensed in the U.S. or a U.S. territory
To be evaluated for assistance, patients and their healthcare providers must submit a completed enrollment form. Patients must also provide proof of income, such as a W2 form, a paycheck stub, or prior year’s tax return. In some cases, patients prescribed certain Pfizer medicines may first be required to seek alternate forms of assistance before they can be considered for free medicine through the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program.
Call 1-866-706-2400 to learn more
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.
To be eligible to receive free medicine from a participating healthcare facility, patients must:
- Have no prescription coverage
- Be at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level, adjusted for family size
- Reside in the U.S. (migrant and homeless patients are presumed eligible)
- Have a valid prescription from a healthcare provider licensed in the U.S.
- Be a registered outpatient of the participating healthcare facility
Interested in partnering with Pfizer to provide free medicines through your clinic or hospital?
‡Product availability varies by institution.
Treatment-Specific Patient Support Hubs
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.
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.
Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) is a web-based search engine that connects patients, their caregivers, and their healthcare providers to more than 200 private and public financial support and assistance programs that can help eligible patients find financial support due to their lack of insurance or inadequate prescription medicine coverage.
NeedyMeds, a nonprofit information resource dedicated to helping people locate assistance programs to help them afford their medications and other health care costs.
Pfizer Institutional Patient Assistance Program (IPAP): At-A-Glance
Learn more about who IPAP helps, how IPAP enables eligible patients to access free Pfizer medicine* through health centers and hospitals, and what the qualifications are for joining the program as a partner.
*Product availability varies by institution and eligibility.
Pfizer RxPathways Take-One Display
Display these cards in your office to raise awareness of Pfizer RxPathways and show patients where they can go for help.
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Link & Learn
These links can help you find additional support and assistance during treatment.
What is Pfizer RxPathways?
Pfizer RxPathways® connects eligible patients, regardless of their insurance status, to a range of assistance programs that offer insurance support, co-pay help, and medicines for free or at a savings. Patients can go to the Pfizer RxPathways website or call a toll-free number to speak with a trained Medicine Access Counselor who will direct patients to Pfizer programs or other independent 3rd party resources. For more information about Pfizer RxPathways, please visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com. Patients can also call the toll-free phone number 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to consult with a Pfizer Medicine Access Counselor.
How does Pfizer RxPathways help patients?
Trained Pfizer Medicine Access Counselors can help patients by connecting them to the Pfizer programs or resources that can best meet their needs, including:
- Pfizer Patient Assistance Program1 – Provides free Pfizer medicines to eligible underinsured and uninsured patients through their doctor’s office or, in some cases, through home delivery.
- Pfizer Institutional Patient Assistance Program (IPAP) – Provides eligible, uninsured patients with free Pfizer medicines through select federally qualified health centers, disproportionate share hospitals, and free clinics throughout the country.2
- Pfizer Savings Program3 – Helps uninsured patients access their Pfizer medicines at a savings through participating pharmacies, regardless of income.
- Treatment-Specific Hub Programs – Helps eligible patients understand their insurance coverage options and potential financial assistance options for specific oncology and specialty medicines.
- Co-Pay and Savings Offers – Help eligible patients save on a variety of brand-name medicines, regardless of their income.4
Medicine Access Counselors will also connect patients to independent 3rd party resources, such as:
- The Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) – A website that helps patients, caregivers and healthcare providers learn more about various biopharmaceutical industry programs and other private and public resources offered to those who need financial support due to their lack of insurance or inadequate prescription drug coverage. MAT is not its own patient assistance program. Go to MAT.org to learn more.
- Rx Outreach – A nonprofit charitable organization that provides eligible patients with access to more than 500 medications at an affordable cost. To learn more, go to www.rxoutreach.org
- NeedyMeds – A nonprofit information resource dedicated to helping people locate assistance programs to help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs. To learn more, go to www.needymeds.org
What happens when I contact Pfizer RxPathways?
If patients are having trouble getting access to their Pfizer medication, they can visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com to use the Program Finder or call the toll-free phone number 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to consult with a Pfizer Medicine Access Counselor who will work with them to map out their path to prescription assistance. To determine which available program(s) may be right for them, patients will be asked to answer four questions:
- What is your medicine?
- What type of prescription coverage do you have?
- How many people are in your household?
- What is your total household income before taxes?
Based on the answers to these questions, patients will be provided with a list of programs that may be able to help them.
How can I contact Pfizer RxPathways?
The Pfizer Patient Assistance Program & The Pfizer Savings Program
What is the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program?
The Pfizer Patient Assistance Program provides more than 60 Pfizer medicines for free to eligible patients through their doctor’s office, or in some cases, through home delivery.
Who can get help through the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program?
Both uninsured and underinsured patients may be eligible for help. To qualify for free medicine through the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program, patients must*:
- Meet income guidelines, which vary by product and household size. The income eligibility for patient assistance starts at 400% of the Federal Poverty Limit adjusted for family size ($51,520 for a single person; $106,000 for a family of four). Income limits are subject to change on an annual basis; current limits reflect 2021 Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.
- Have no prescription coverage, or not enough coverage, to pay for their medicine.
- Be treated by a healthcare provider licensed in an outpatient setting in the United States, Puerto Rico, or US Virgin Islands.
- Live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or US Virgin Islands.
*In addition to those noted here, other requirements may apply.
Patients can dial the toll-free phone number 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to consult with a Pfizer Medicine Access Counselor to find out if they meet the eligibility requirements.
What Pfizer products are covered? Are there any exclusions?
Pfizer regularly updates the list of covered products. For a complete list of available medicines, please visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com.
Pfizer medicines that have lost their patent exclusivity and have reasonably priced, multisource generic alternatives (costing $30 or less for a 30-day supply) are no longer offered for free through Pfizer’s Patient Assistance Program. They are, however, still being made available to uninsured patients through the Pfizer Savings Program.
Also, medicines that are typically only administered to hospital “inpatients” are not available through the program.
How does the application process work for the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program?
Patients and their healthcare providers can begin the application process by going to the Program Finder on www.PfizerRxPathways.com. Enter the name of your prescribed medicines and follow the onscreen instructions.
For certain Pfizer medicines, patients and healthcare providers can complete the application process online through Pfizer PAP Connect. For patients who are unable to participate online, maintain a fully manual process.
Within 2 to 3 weeks of applying for assistance, patients will be notified of their enrollment status.
Do you require financial documentation as part of the application process?
Patients applying for free medicines may need to provide financial documentation with their application. For more specific information on the application process, please visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com or call the toll-free phone number 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to consult with a Pfizer Medicine Access Counselor.
Does Pfizer still partner with community health centers and hospitals through the Pfizer Institutional Patient Assistance Program?
Yes, eligible patients can gain access to free medicine through select health centers and hospitals across the country that partner with Pfizer. Pfizer continues to work with federally qualified health centers, disproportionate share hospitals, and free clinics throughout the country. For more information on the terms and conditions that apply, please visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com
Pfizer PAP Connect - Online Enrollment for the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program
What is Pfizer PAP Connect?
Pfizer PAP Connect is a new way for patients and their healthcare providers to enroll in the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program1 online for certain primary care medicines8. Once enrolled, Pfizer PAP Connect will also let patients request refills and healthcare providers place orders, track medicine shipments and more in real time, at any time, from their phone, tablet, or computer.
How does a patient or healthcare provider sign up for Pfizer PAP Connect?
Patients and healthcare providers should go to www.PfizerPAPConnect.com to begin the registration and application process. Please note office staff can use the system after the healthcare provider creates an account and invites the staff member to register and access that account.
Is Pfizer PAP Connect available for all Pfizer products?
Currently Pfizer PAP Connect is available for the most commonly requested primary care medications9 offered by Pfizer’s Patient Assistance Program. The full list of the products supported by Pfizer PAP Connect is on www.PfizerPAPConnect.com
For all other Pfizer medicines, patients and healthcare providers should follow the existing application process outlined on the Pfizer RxPathways website.
Will other medicines be added to Pfizer PAP Connect?
Additional products may be made available in the future. For medicines not available in Pfizer PAP Connect, patients and healthcare providers should follow the existing application process outlined on the Pfizer RxPathways website or by contacting the treatment-specific Hub that administers their medicine’s PAP program.
Do I need access to a computer and the internet to use Pfizer PAP Connect?
You can use a public computer, phone or tablet with an internet browser to fully use this service. You will need be connected to the internet to access Pfizer PAP Connect.
Is Pfizer PAP Connect available on my mobile device?
Yes, you can access PAP Connect on your mobile phone and tablet using your browser, without installing an app.
If a patient does not have access to a computer or mobile devices, how can they enroll in the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program.
Patients should call 1-844-989-PATH (7284) to request a paper application.
1 The Pfizer Patient Assistance Program is a joint program of Pfizer Inc. and the Pfizer Patient Assistance Foundation™. The Pfizer Patient Assistance Foundation is a separate legal entity from Pfizer Inc. with distinct legal restrictions.
2 Product availability varies by institution and eligibility.
3 The Pfizer Savings Program is not health insurance. For a complete list of participating pharmacies, please visit www.pfizerrxpathways.com or call the toll-free number 1-866-989-PATH (7284). There are no membership fees to participate in this program.
Estimated savings range from 36 to 75 percent and depend on factors such as the particular drug purchased, amount purchased, and the pharmacy where purchased.
4 Terms and conditions apply. Patients who participate in any federal or state healthcare 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 the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program. Terms and conditions apply.
5 Data on file. Pfizer Inc, New York, NY. The 2020 data includes Upjohn products from Jan 1-Nov 15, 2020. The 2020 data does not include Upjohn products that were part of the creation of Viatris, effective Nov 16, 2020.
6 Co-pay Assistance provided through the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program is not health insurance. Terms and conditions apply.
7 These changes apply only to patients in the United States and its territories and require a valid prescription.
8 Terms and conditions apply.
9 Medicines include those listed in the “Group A” category, visit www.PfizerPAPConnect.com for a complete list.