ZEPOSIA is a once-daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis (UC).
Take as directed by your doctor if certain liver problems exist.
If your start form was submitted to the ZEPOSIA 360 Support ProgramTM, a Support Coordinator will call to guide you through the support offerings and financial assistance options available to you. Consider adding this number to your phone so you can identify the call:
Our Support Coordinators can help with:
Navigating insurance benefits*
Additional financial support options
Additional support team members are also available to answer questions about ZEPOSIA and provide helpful resources.
Before you start taking ZEPOSIA, two routine tests are required. If you have a history of certain eye conditions (macular edema or uveitis), or diabetes, you may also need an eye exam. Let your healthcare provider know if you’ve had some of these tests within the last six months—they may not need to be repeated:
Including complete blood count and liver function tests.
An electrocardiogram (ECG)
A common test that uses small sensors to monitor your heart and makes sure it's working normally before you start treatment.
Tell your UC healthcare provider about all the medications you take, have recently taken, and if you’ve had chickenpox or received the chickenpox vaccine. You may be asked to do a blood test for the chickenpox virus. You may need to get the full course of the vaccine, then wait 1 month before taking ZEPOSIA.
The ZEPOSIA Prescribing Information does not require ongoing lab monitoring unless indicated by your healthcare provider.
Once I was prescribed ZEPOSIA, ZEPOSIA 360 Support arranged for a clinician to come to my house to do all the necessary tests.‡
—Trey A real ZEPOSIA patient compensated for his time.See Trey’s story
Once you’ve been approved to begin treatment, you’ll receive the ZEPOSIA Starter Kit. It will either be provided to you by your healthcare provider or delivered directly to your home. Please see additional eligibility requirements and terms and conditions.§
The ZEPOSIA Starter Kit includes medication for you to begin treatment and has two parts:
You’ll receive a call from your specialty pharmacy A specialty pharmacy is different than a regular retail pharmacy. It distributes medications for certain chronic conditions and delivers them directly to you. Some specialty pharmacies also offer in-store pickup. to confirm the delivery of your ZEPOSIA prescription each month. If you prefer to pick up your prescription in store, simply ask your specialty pharmacy. They may offer that option.
The Redi.Health for ZEPOSIA app is a tool that can help support you on your UC journey. It includes medication tracking, UC-friendly recipes, information on ZEPOSIA, and more.
Get started by downloading the Redi.Health app from your mobile device and entering code ZEPOSIA.
Rather use the online version? Click here to sign up and