ZEPOSIA prescription costs:
If you have Medicare
When covered, people who have prescription insurance through Medicare may pay $0 to $2,290 per month for ZEPOSIA.
Your costs are determined by your pharmacy coverage such as Medicare Part D, Medicare Advantage (Part C), by your coverage phase, and your income level. Use this link to learn about costs for Medicare drug coverage.
Certain patients may be eligible for Low-Income Subsidy, also known as “Extra Help.” Use this link to learn more.
Your out-of-pocket cost for ZEPOSIA is determined by your insurance provider. To find out what your costs may be, please call your UC Nurse Navigator (information below).
If you have Medicaid
When covered, people with Medicaid may pay $0 to $20 per month for ZEPOSIA. To find out if you qualify for Medicaid, or to get more information about co-payments in your state, please visit the Medicaid website.
If you need assistance with out-of-pocket costs, your UC Nurse Navigator can help by identifying co-pay assistance foundations that may be able to assist with treatment costs and/or getting access to ZEPOSIA.
Ask a UC Nurse Navigator
Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 8 PM ET
Costs for tests before treatment:
Before starting ZEPOSIA, you may have three medical tests that can be done at a healthcare provider's office:
- An electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Blood work (including complete blood count and liver function test)
- An eye exam (only for people with certain conditions)
Regardless of where these appointments take place, you will pay what you normally would for an in-network office visit and/or tests.