Pricing Information for Patients

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WHAT PATIENTS
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At Celgene, our Principles for the Pricing of Innovative Medicines reflect our belief that medicines should be affordable to those who need them, while supporting investment in the next generation of medical breakthroughs. We also publish an annual Value and Innovation Framework Report that makes clear how we define value and provide transparency on pricing and value on Celgene’s Value website.

We believe transparency is critical in understanding the complex health care system in the U.S. As part of our commitment to transparency, we have included data below on the wholesale acquisition costs of all our medicines – sometimes referred to as the “list price,” reported to insurance companies and other payers before any negotiated rebates and discounts.

It is important to remember that patients with insurance generally do not pay list prices. Instead, they are responsible for deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance that are determined by their insurance company. In addition to providing the list prices for all our medicines, we’ve included typical out-of-pocket costs – the costs paid by patients – for these medicines, where possible, to highlight the extent to which actual cost to patients differs from list prices. Understanding the difference between the list prices for medicines and what patients typically pay is important for understanding prescription drug pricing.

Celgene has programs designed to support uninsured patients and those who may otherwise not be able to afford needed prescriptions.

Please visit Celgene Patient Support® or call 1-800-931-8691 for more information.

For specific information regarding support with OTEZLA®, please visit: https://www.otezla.com/supportplus or call 1-844-4OTEZLA (1-844-468-3952).

If You Have Private Health Insurance (Through Your Employer or Health Insurance Exchanges)

If You Have Government-Sponsored Health Insurance (e.g., Medicaid, Medicare, Veterans Affairs)

If You Do Not Have Health Insurance or Do Not Have Prescription Drug Coverage Under Medicare

For More Information on Celgene Patient Assistance

Celgene Patient Support® has Specialists on call who can help patients with understanding their health insurance and can provide important information around financial assistance for Celgene’s hematology/oncology products. For more information on how Celgene can help connect you with patient support and assistance for Celgene’s hematology/oncology products, please visit Celgene Patient Support® or call 1-800-931-8691.

For specific information regarding support with OTEZLA®, please visit: https://www.otezla.com/supportplus or call 1-844-4OTEZLA (1-844-468-3952).

List Prices of Celgene Medicines and Estimated Costs to Patients

The list price is typically much higher than the actual price insured patients pay. It is the price reported to wholesalers, insurance companies, and other payers before any negotiated or mandated discounts or rebates.

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The above information is based solely on commercially available third-party data purchased by Celgene.

The WACs/list prices identified on this page represent the wholesale acquisition cost that Celgene has reported as of April 22, 2019 and are subject to the dosing and assumptions noted above.

All monthly WACs/ list prices are based on estimated quantities consistent with dosing instructions.

Average out-of-pocket costs calculated using data inputs from Symphony Health, PayerSource® and/or PatientSource®, January 2018 – December 2018. Calculation based on 30-day supply, excluding denied claims. Medicare includes standard eligible claims only.

The average out-of-pocket costs listed above do not represent or guarantee any specific cost-sharing, but represent averages across all insurance benefits. Celgene recommends that all patients check with their insurance company(ies) to determine what their specific benefits are and what their cost-sharing is.

Celgene’s patient assistance programs provide a facilitation service and do not provide any medical input, insurance advice, or make insurance decisions, and cannot guarantee coverage or availability of any medication.

Celgene cannot guarantee financial assistance will be available through any Celgene program or through any third-party organization.