Without Shared Solutions
When your doctor decides AUSTEDO (deutetrabenazine) tablets is right for you, you will receive your prescription one of two ways. One way is they'll either send your prescription and enrollment form to Teva Shared Solutions® and they’ll help you work through the details of starting and staying on AUSTEDO. They can also send your prescription directly to a specialty pharmacy where you'll work through insurance, copays, and financial questions directly with them.
Ask your doctor to enroll you in Shared Solutions when they prescribe AUSTEDO.
Your doctor’s office will send your prescription and enrollment form to Shared Solutions.
Shared Solutions will call during this step for your benefit. You will be guided through financial, insurance, and prescription options.
Your prescription will be shipped directly to you and a Shared Solutions Nurse will call you, providing ongoing support throughout your treatment.
Without Shared Solutions
If your doctor sends your prescription directly to a specialty pharmacy, here's what to expect:
Your doctor will submit your prescription to a specialty pharmacy.
You will not receive any follow-up
for support. You must remember to submit your insurance, billing, and shipping information to the specialty pharmacy yourself.
The specialty pharmacy will ship your
prescription to you.
Navigating insurance and billing information can be overwhelming. Shared Solutions can help ease the process by handling it for you. Call 1-800-887-8100 to find out more.
What is a specialty pharmacy?
A specialty pharmacy provides medications that aren’t used by many people, so local pharmacies tend not to keep them in stock. They ship these medications directly to your home.1-3
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References: 1. National Association of Specialty Pharmacy. NASP definitions of specialty pharmacy and specialty medications. February 24, 2016. Accessed May 25, 2022. https://naspnet.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/NASP-Defintions-final-2.16.pdf 2. Kruczek N. What is so ‘special’ about specialty pharmacy? Pharmacy Times. July 1, 2020. Accessed May 17, 2022. https://www.pharmacytimes.com/view/what-is-so-special-about-specialty-pharmacy 3. Einodshofer M, Ellis M. The challenge of specialty pharmacy: mitigating costs while providing quality care. Pharmacy Times. August 8, 2013. Accessed May 17, 2022. https://www.pharmacytimes.com/view/the-challenge-of-specialty-pharmacy-mitigating-costs-while-providing-quality-care