You’ve been prescribed VYNDAMAX® (tafamidis). Now what?
Let’s walk through what you can expect when you are prescribed VYNDAMAX, including working with a specialty pharmacy and identifying financial support that might be available.
To begin, you and your doctor can either enroll in the VyndaLink® program or send your prescription directly to a specialty pharmacy.
- VyndaLink can help you understand your insurance coverage and look for potential financial-assistance options.*
- If you and your doctor decide not to enroll in VyndaLink, a specialty pharmacy may also be able to help you with insurance questions and financial support.
Next, VyndaLink or a specialty pharmacy may need to coordinate with your doctor and insurance provider on prior authorization for VYNDAMAX. If you are seeking financial assistance, additional steps may be required for you to apply. This process may take several weeks to complete and could be longer in certain situations depending on your insurance.
VYNDAMAX will be sent straight to your home. Most specialty pharmacies will call you to coordinate your first and future shipments. If you do not hear from your specialty pharmacy, call them directly or connect with VyndaLink at 1-888-222-8475 to check on the status of your prescription.
Over time, your insurance plan may require you to be reapproved to continue treatment. To help prevent any delays in reauthorization, it’s important to attend all appointments scheduled between you and your doctor.
The same VyndaLink support offerings available to patients prescribed VYNDAMAX are also available to patients prescribed VYNDAQEL® (tafamidis meglumine).