Based on your insurance carrier and medication tier, the cost of Truvada will vary. Gilead, the manufacturer of Truvada for PrEP, offers the Gilead Copay Card to reduce the cost of PrEP to $0 per prescription for commercially insured patients.
Gilead Copay Card
According to the Gilead Copay program, commercially insured patients might be eligible for a coupon card worth up to $7,200 in copays each year. There is no limit to the number of prescriptions one can fill for Truvada.
Patients with government insurance, such as Tricare, Veterans Affairs, Medicare Part D, and Medicaid, are not eligible for the program. Patients are encouraged to contact Gilead for help finding financial assistance to pay for the medication.
Gilead Medication Assistance Program
Uninsured patients might be eligible to receive Truvada for PrEP free of charge if they qualify for the Gilead Medication Assistance Program.
If you need help navigating insurance coverage for Truvada, contact a member of the Nurx™ healthcare team for additional information and support.
Nurx prescribes generic PrEP unless you have a medical reason why you must take Truvada.