Enroll your eligible patients to get services like benefit verification, financial assistance, and transition of care services. There are 4 simple steps:
Enroll your patient in any care setting.
Online patient enrollment is also available with iAssist.
ARISTADA is covered by a majority of healthcare plans, including Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial plans.1 See if your patients are covered.
Reference: 1. Data on file. Alkermes, Inc.
The ARISTADA Provider Network is a voluntary network of healthcare providers who are willing to accept patients and can administer an intramuscular injection of an Alkermes FDA-approved product, such as ARISTADA, to appropriate patients.
You can also join the ARISTADA Provider Network.
ARISTADA Care Support can assist you during the prior authorization (PA) process. Download this checklist for requesting prior authorization for ARISTADA to help ensure your request is accurate.
This editable template supports your prior authorization/formulary exception requests for ARISTADA.
CoverMyMeds.com offers free electronic prior authorization (ePA) services and ability to:
iAssist is an e-prescribing and electronic prior authorization technology platform that is designed to support patient access to specialty therapies. ARISTADA is available to order on iAssist, which allows for the following:
If you have a claim denied, ARISTADA Care Support can help you obtain information regarding the denial of coverage and provide appeal requirements. Download this checklist for appealing a claim denial for ARISTADA to help ensure your appeal is accurate.
This editable template was developed to help patients request an appeal of a denied insurance claim for ARISTADA.
ARISTADA is coded differently than oral aripiprazole and ARISTADA has a unique J-Code. See the list of billing codes and additional information in this compact guide.
Reimbursement for ARISTADA differs from oral therapies dispensed to patients for self-administration. Place of service, type of payer, and benefit category are the 3 main considerations that affect coverage and reimbursement for treatment with ARISTADA. This comprehensive guide will help you understand ARISTADA reimbursement.
For provider entities wanting to buy and bill ARISTADA, a handy coding sheet is available for reference and download.
ARISTADA is available from a variety of pharmaceutical wholesalers. See the comprehensive list here.
Samples are available for your patients with schizophrenia. Just request a visit from an ARISTADA representative.
You can get ARISTADA from Besse Medical pharmaceutical supplier. Direct-purchase discount is available to eligible providers through the Alkermes provider distribution partner, Besse Medical.*
*Contact Besse Medical regarding eligibility for program pricing.
Get pricing information for ARISTADA, including the ARISTADA Provider Pricing Program managed by Besse Medical.
See ordering information for ARISTADA prescribers.
Access to ARISTADA for your hospitalized patients with schizophrenia.
Eligible hospital pharmacies may request free trial units of ARISTADA, and orders ship directly to your hospital.* Hospitalized patients with schizophrenia may receive up to 2 free trial units of ARISTADA per calendar year, subject to quantity limits. There is no requirement for subsequent use of ARISTADA for any patient receiving a free trial unit through this program.
*Shipments will not be processed on holidays or pending inclement weather. These factors may result in a delay in shipment.
A comprehensive review of product information to assist hospital pharmacists, physicians, and executives in making formulary decisions.
For patients transitioning from hospital to outpatient care, be sure to select the Transition of Care Support Program on the enrollment form. A prescription is not required for transition support. Through the program, ARISTADA Care Support nurse coordinators can:
Informative brochure about treating schizophrenia with ARISTADA.
Information to help with navigating the coverage landscape.
Complete this treatment reminder card and provide it to patients when they are leaving the hospital. It may help provide important information to their outpatient healthcare professional.