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Your partner at V-Go Customer Care can also assist you with any reimbursement questions you may have.
With the V-Go Cost Savings Card, commercially insured patients pay $0 for the first prescription at any retail pharmacy. The cost of refills depends on your insurance coverage, but will never cost more than $75.
This card is NOT valid for prescriptions that may be reimbursed under a federal or state healthcare program, including Medicare, Medicaid, or any other similar federal or state healthcare program, including any state pharmacy assistance program. This card is only valid for insured patients.
The terms of the current V-Go Cost Savings Card, which was effective September 1, 2018 will expire August 16, 2021.
Starting August 16, 2021, commercially-insured patients with coverage for V-Go may pay as little as $50 for their prescription using the V-Go Cost Savings Card.
If you have any questions, please contact V-Go Customer Care at 1-866-881-1209.
References: 1. Sutton D, Higdon C, Carmon M, Martinez J, Peasah S. Evaluating cost of therapy and clinical efficacy with V-Go® in patients with sub-optimally controlled diabetes from an endocrine specialty system. Presented at [Carla Nikkel] the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. April 2016. [Poster] 2. Lajara R, Nikkel C. Evaluation of real-world clinical and pharmacy budget outcomes when switching to a wearable insulin delivery device for insulin administration in patients with sub-optimally controlled diabetes. Presented at: ISPOR 22nd Annual International Meeting, Boston MA. May 2017 [Poster]