...there are affordable options for out-of-pocket blood thinner costs while in a coverage gap.
...paying full price out of pocket isnt the only option.
We get it. Coverage gaps can happen.
Sometimes the amount covered by your insurance plan just isn’t enough for you (or, if you are a caregiver, your loved one) to last a full year. You may enter a coverage gap and face a sudden increase in costs, making it harder to afford your medications. During a coverage gap, paying full price out of pocket may be the only option presented to patients taking blood thinners.
...you dont miss a dose
If you or someone you know takes a blood thinner, it’s important that the medication is taken as directed and when prescribed by your doctor.
Missing doses could increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, or life-threatening complications that may not be experienced immediately. This makes keeping up to date on prescriptions even more important.