When your doctor decides AUSTEDO (deutetrabenazine) tablets is right for you, you’ll get your prescription in one of two ways.

If your doctor works directly with your pharmacy, here’s what to expect:

  • Your doctor may write your prescription on paper and have you bring it to your pharmacy, or may send it electronically to your pharmacy.

  • Your pharmacy will process your prescription using the information you give them, including your insurance information.

  • If your pharmacy doesn’t stock AUSTEDO, they may need to order it before filling your prescription.

  • Your prescription will be filled by your pharmacy.

Your doctor may recommend enrollment in Teva’s Shared Solutions®. Through financial assistance programs and nurse support, Shared Solutions® will partner with you throughout your treatment with AUSTEDO.

Here’s what to expect when your doctor prescribes AUSTEDO and enrolls you in Shared Solutions®:

  • Your doctor’s office will send your paperwork to Teva’s Shared Solutions®.

  • You will receive a call from Shared Solutions® or your filling pharmacy to verify your contact and insurance information. It’s important that you answer this call so they can process your prescription.

  • Your paperwork will be processed.

  • Your prescription will be filled by your pharmacy.

Download the Doctor Discussion Guide

Use this guide at your next appointment—whether it’s in person or through telemedicine—to help you and your doctor decide if AUSTEDO is right for you.

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