The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Minnesota Chapter
Help Paying for Medical Costs
1711 Broadway St NE, Minneapolis, MN, 55413-2638
Distance: 1040 Miles
Provides financial help to people with a health condition or disability so that they can pay for medical bills or other expenses related to health care
Dealing with cancer is hard enough without having to worry about its financial burden. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Co-Pay Assistance Program helps you pay your insurance premiums and meet co-pay obligations. They will also help you find additional sources of financial help.
The LLS Co-Pay Assistance Program offers financial help toward:
* Blood cancer treatment-related co-payments
* Private health insurance premiums
* Medicare Part B, Medicare Plan D, Medicare Supplementary Health Insurance, Medicare Advantage premium, Medicaid Spend-down or co-pay obligations
You have complete freedom to choose doctors, providers, suppliers, insurance companies and treatment-related medications. You can make changes in any of the above at any time without affecting your continued eligibility.
To be eligible for Co-Pay Assistance, you must:
* Have a household income that is at or below 500 percent of the U.S. federal poverty guidelines as adjusted by the Cost of Living Index (COLI). You will be asked for your zip code to determine your COLI.
* Be a United States citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico and be medically and financially qualified
* Have medical insurance and/or prescription insurance
* Have an Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Co-Pay Assistance Program-covered blood cancer diagnosis confirmed by a doctor (see covered diagnoses listed above)
* Patient must be in active treatment, scheduled to begin treatment, or is being monitored by their doctor
Apply or get more information about the Co-Pay Assistance Program, by calling (877) 557-2672 and speak with a co-pay specialist who will provide personalized service throughout your application process.
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota
|Toll Free - Information Specialist Line||(800) 955-4572||9:00am - 9:00pm, Monday - Friday (Eastern Standard)|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LH-5100.3000Health Insurance Premium Assistance Definition
Programs that make health insurance payments for individuals who are at risk for losing their health, dental and/or vision care coverage and who meet age, income, disability, need or other requirements. Some programs may also provide assistance with deductibles and co-pays.
LH-5100.5000Medical Care Expense Assistance Definition
Programs that pay the hospital bills, doctor bills, laboratory expenses or other health care expenses of people who are unable to obtain necessary health care without assistance. Also included are programs that provide vouchers which enable eligible individuals to obtain medical care. Medical bill payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.
LH-5100.6500Prescription Expense Assistance Definition
Programs that provide financial assistance to purchase necessary prescription drugs for people who would be in an emergency situation without assistance. Also included are programs that reimburse individuals for their prescription expenses, usually on an annual basis. Prescription expense assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.
A chronic or acute disease of unknown etiological factors that is characterized by unrestrained growth of leukocytes (white blood corpuscles) and their precursors in the tissues. Leukemia is classified according to the dominant cell type and the severity of the disease.
Any of a variety of cancers that develop in the lymph system, a network of thin vessels and nodes throughout the body which filter the blood and help fight disease and infection. The site of the malignant transformation is usually a lymph node but may be the lymphatic tissue of the marrow, gastrointestinal tract, spleen, skin or other sites. The disease results from the uncontrolled growth and accumulation of malignant lymphocytes. Enlargement of affected lymph nodes is usually the principal manifestation.