Cap Medicare Part D so Seniors Can Afford Their Medications
Many patients on biologics have a difficult time paying for their medication copays. This is true for my son and me who both have psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Between the two of us, the out-of-pocket costs for our quarterly injections are almost $4,000.
This is in addition to doctors’ visits, tests, and other health care expenses. We both use copay assistance from the drug manufacturer to afford these out-of-pocket costs.
Does your psoriasis skin feel out of control? How are you managing?