Savings cards and programs to help patients save on their medicine

We understand how important it is for patients to have access to affordable medicine. That’s why we offer different resources so you can help your patients get the care they need.

Savings cards and programs to help patients save on their medicine

We understand how important it is for patients to have access to affordable medicine. That’s why we offer different resources so you can help your patients get the care they need.

Help with insulin costs

We have a resource to help your patients find programs that may lower the cost of their insulin or provide it free if they qualify.

Savings cards

If your patients have private or commercial insurance, they may be eligible to get savings on their Novo Nordisk medicine.

Patient Assistance Program (PAP)

If your patients do not have insurance or are enrolled in a Medicare plan and need extra assistance, they may be able to get their medicine free of charge from Novo Nordisk. Novo Nordisk’s PAP is a no-cost program without any registration fees or monthly fees. If you have a patient who has lost health insurance coverage because of a change in job status due to COVID-19, they may be eligible for a free 90-day supply of insulin through the PAP.

My$99Insulin

This savings program provides assistance to any patient who needs insulin. Patients will pay $99 for a month’s supply of any combination of Novo Nordisk insulin products (up to 3 vials or 2 packs of pens). Offer is available each month during a calendar year. This cost does not apply to any insurance deductible your patients may have.a

Unbranded Biologics

Learn more about both a rapid-acting and a premixed insulin Unbranded Biologic offered by Novo Nordisk Pharma, Inc (NNPI). NNPI is a Novo Nordisk A/S company. This may be a more affordable option depending on a patient’s benefit design and formulary coverage. Out-of-pocket costs for an Unbranded Biologic may count toward your patients’ deductibles.

Human insulin

Learn about human insulin options that may be more affordable, especially for those without insurance or with high-deductible health insurance plans.