Sanofi Patient Assistance Programs

Sanofi manufacturers the following insulin products:

  • Toujeo®
  • Lantus®
  • Apidra®
  • Admelog®

Sanofi Patient Connection (PAP)

Sanofi offers a year round patient assistance program that offers the following medications free of cost to qualifying individuals:

  • Toujeo®
  • Lantus®
  • Apidra®
  • Admelog®

Eligibility 

  • You are a US citizen or legal resident.
  • You do not have health insurance.
  • You currently see a licensed healthcare professional who is authorized to prescribe Sanofi medications.
  • You must have an annual household income of ≤400% of the current Federal Poverty Level. Check income brackets here.
  •  If you are eligible for Medicaid, you must have proof of denial.
  • If you are enrolled in Medicare Part D, in addition to the criteria above, you must also spend at least 2% of your annual household income on prescription medications covered through your Part D plan in the current calendar year.

How to Apply

  • Visit this webpage, scroll to the bottom and select your state from the drop down list. The application form will open in a new window.
  • Complete page 2 (1. Patient Information, 2. Patient Insurance Information, 3. Resource Connection). Sign where indicated on page 3 (4. Patient Authorization, 5. Patient Consent).
  • Have your current healthcare provider complete page 4 and add their signature. Your healthcare provider MUST submit the entire application for you via Sanofi’s portal, fax (1.888.847.1797), or mail (Sanofi Patient Connection PO Box 222138 Charlotte, NC, 28222-2138).

There are no fees to participate or apply. Processing time is unclear. If approved, the medication will be sent to your healthcare provider’s office where you can pick it up. Delivery of medication can take 5-7 additional days after application processing and approval. If you are approved, you and your healthcare provider will both receive a letter of approval. Once you are approved, you will be enrolled for 12 months from the date of approval. You must reapply annually.  

If you are enrolled in Medicare Part D, your plan sponsor will also receive a copy of the letter. Once your application is approved, you will only be enrolled for the remainder of the current calendar year. 

Insulins Valyou Savings Program

Sanofi offers a $99 insulin savings card for one month’s supply (up to 10 vials or packs of pen per refill) of any of their products as listed here:

  • Toujeo®
  • Lantus®
  • Apidra®
  • Admelog®

Eligibility 

  • You must have a valid prescription for the medication.
  • You do not need health insurance. You can currently be enrolled in a health insurance plan, but you must not seek reimbursement from any health benefit plan for the medications purchased with this savings card (i.e. run the RX without insurance)
  • You must redeem the offer in the United States.
  • You may not combine this offer with any other savings cards or coupons.

How to Apply 

You can get your card on this webpage by scrolling down and clicking on the button of your preferred insulin type. You will be brought to a new webpage that has an option to sign up for the Insulin Valyou Savings Card. You will be asked to complete a few screening questions and then your savings card will be generated. You will then be able to print, download, or email your card. 

This card is capped at ten vials or boxes of pens per month. The card is valid for one calendar year.

Savings Cards

Sanofi also offers savings cards for the following medications:

  • Toujeo®
  • Lantus®
  • Apidra®
  • Soliqua®

You can find all the savings cards listed on this webpage. Restrictions vary by medication but eligible patients can pay from $0-$99 per 30 day supply. Maximum savings, unit limits per refill, and refill limits vary.

Eligibility

  • You must have a valid prescription for the medication.
  • You must be enrolled in, and must seek reimbursement from or submit a claim for reimbursement to, a commercial insurance plan.
  • You must redeem the offer in the United States.
  • Anyone using Medicaid, Medicare, Medigap, VA, DOD, TRICARE, or any similar federal or state health care program is not eligible.

How to Apply

To apply for any of the savings cards, click on your medication on this webpage. You will be brought to a new webpage. Indicate “I want a Savings Card” and answer the screening questions. Your copay savings card will then be generated. Once finished, you will have the opportunity to print, download, or email your savings card. Present your savings card when picking up your prescription at the pharmacy.

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