Streamlining the start of your treatment
When starting VPRIV — whether you’re new to enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) altogether or just switching over from another treatment — there may be some administrative hurdles with insurance. One of the most commonly encountered issues that has the potential to delay the start of your treatment is called a prior authorization (PA).
A prior authorization is when your insurance company requires your doctor to fill out some additional paperwork before your prescription is processed. This can delay you from starting treatment while your paperwork is being evaluated and processed.
Our QuickStart program helps you avoid treatment start delays during the PA process, by allowing you to receive:
- your first infusion while this prior authorization is still being reviewed
- up to two free doses of VPRIV, if eligible and prescribed by your doctor
Additional terms and conditions may apply.
expediting the infusion preparation
What many patients don’t know when starting ERT is that it takes time for their site of care to prepare infusions. In order to prevent a long wait before your infusion begins, talk to your OnePath® Patient Support Manager about PreppedAhead.
PreppedAhead is a program that provides you with the option of having the site of care prepare your treatment before you arrive — so you don’t have to wait as long before your infusion begins.
This service is available only to patients enrolled in OnePath and sites of care that are enrolled in the PreppedAhead program.