Actelion Pathways® information and support for people taking UPTRAVI
When you are prescribed UPTRAVI, your healthcare provider can help you enroll in Actelion Pathways. Once you are enrolled, a Case Manager will help coordinate with your healthcare provider, insurance company, and specialty pharmacy to find out if you have coverage for UPTRAVI, as well as inform you of possible financial assistance programs.
UPTRAVI Co-pay Program
The Actelion Oral PAH Therapy Co-pay Program—Eligible patients pay no more than $5 per UPTRAVI® (selexipag) prescription fill through this savings program, with a 12-month maximum assistance of $10,000.
The Actelion Oral PAH Therapy Co-pay Program (the "Co-pay Program") is only available for residents of the US and Puerto Rico who have commercial health insurance with co-pay/co-insurance exceeding $5 per prescription fill per Actelion oral PAH therapy. You must be 18 years or older to use the Co-pay Program for yourself or a minor. PATIENTS INELIGIBLE FOR THE CO-PAY PROGRAM INCLUDE THOSE ENROLLED IN MEDICARE, MEDICAID, VA/DOD (TRICARE), THE INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE, OR ANY OTHER FEDERAL- OR STATE-FUNDED HEALTHCARE PROGRAM, OR WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. The Co-pay Program is not prescription drug coverage or insurance. Actelion reserves the right to terminate or modify this program at any time or without notice. Other terms and conditions apply.
UPTRAVI resources to help you right from the start
The following downloadable PDFs are samples of the materials you will receive when you start UPTRAVI.
Starting Treatment With UPTRAVI Titration Guide
A guide that highlights the important steps and information about titration with UPTRAVI.
Help to Get You Started Pamphlet
An outline of the support and services available once you have been prescribed UPTRAVI.
Help to Get You Started Pamphlet in Spanish
Prescribing Information for UPTRAVI, Including Patient Product Information
The full Prescribing Information for UPTRAVI.
A brochure that provides education about PAH and treatment with UPTRAVI.
Associations and Foundations
There are several educational resources available to help you learn more about PAH. Here are just a few places to start:
Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA)
American Lung Association