Mylan Patient Assistance Programs

Mylan manufactures the following diabetes medications:

Semglee™

Mylan Copay Program

At this time, the only patient assistance available for Semglee insulin is a copay savings card.

Medications included

Semglee™

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 be a resident of and 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.

This offer is not available in Massachusetts.

How to Apply

To apply for the savings card, visit this webpage. Answer the screening and identity 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.

Once enrolled, you can use your savings card up to 12 times per calendar year. The savings card will reduce your out of pocket cost by up to $75 per refill. There does not appear to be any unit restrictions at this time.

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Still need assistance?

Request Aid

Fill out our intake form and someone from the intake team will reach out via text or email within 24-48 hours. If you need emergency help, seek assistance at a local ER, or call 9-1-1-.

Common Questions about Patient Assistance

No. Each patient assistance program has its own set of eligibility requirements. Many are fairly restrictive. If you find out which manufacturer makes your insulin, you can check out our page on them. We have information on Eli LillyNovo NordiskSanofi, and Mylan

No. If you need emergency assistance, seek help at your local emergency room, or call 9-1-1. If you incur medical debt from an emergency hospital stay, fill out our request aid form.

Patient Assistance programs vary in the time they take to respond back. Often times additional documentation must be submitted after an initial review. You can review the guidelines for the patient assistance program you need help from here: Eli LillyNovo NordiskSanofi, and Mylan

Yes! This is not always a quick process but we have people that can help you apply for patient assistance programs. Fill out our request aid form here for help.