PAP and Co-Pay Programs

Patient Assistance and Co-Pay Programs for HIV and Viral Hepatitis Drugs

Updated:  December 2015 Over the past several years, the Fair Pricing Coalition (FPC) has addressed patient health insurance co-payment (co-pay) programs and patient drug assistance programs (PAPs) for people living with HIV and/or viral hepatitis. The FPC has negotiated co-pay programs with virtually every major HIV and hepatitis drug manufacturers. The FPC is also working on expanding PAPs and making it easier for people to access them, especially for people who have been put on waiting lists for state AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs). More recently, the FPC has been working on expanding the generosity and ease of use of programs that aid HIV negative individuals in obtaining pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). Following is a list of co-pay and patient assistance programs for HIV and hepatitis B and C treatment, HIV prevention and contact information for these programs. This is a living document that will be updated as program changes are implemented. Follow the links below to find information about programs for HIV and viral hepatitis:

Co-Pay Programs for HIV

Co-Pay Programs for Viral Hepatitis

PAP Programs for HIV

PAP Programs for Viral Hepatitis

MAP and Co-Pay Programs for PrEP

Patient Assistance and Co-Pay Programs for PEP