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The list price of EVENITY® is $2,434.36*,† per month. You should know, most patients do not pay this price. Out-of-pocket costs will vary based on your insurance coverage. Ask your insurance provider for more information and see information below for details about paying for EVENITY®.
*List price is also referred to as wholesale acquisition cost or WAC. WAC is the price at which Amgen® sells its products to wholesalers.
EVENITY® is an injection administered by a healthcare professional every month.
†Updated on Jan 05, 2024. Patients may need to pay a higher price due to additional doctor administration or pharmacy charges.
What type of Medicare insurance do you have?
If you are a Medicare Part B patient
What you pay for EVENITY® will depend on the type of Medicare plan you have. Talk to your insurance provider to find out what you will pay for EVENITY®.
‡All Medical Lives associated with Coverage Restriction for EVENITY® in DRG Coverage data snapshot as of June 2022 are included in this analysis.
§Amgen Assist® insurance verification data for October 2021 to September 2022 was analyzed to determine the OOP Distribution. Only EVENITY® prospective patients are included in the analysis.
**The co-pay amount may depend on coverage of additional insurance plan(s).
††You must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B to receive coverage through Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap). Medicare Supplement Insurance may require additional monthly premiums.
Medicare Advantage is another way to get Medicare services and is offered by private health insurance companies.
Not sure what kind of Medicare plan you have?
There are different types of Medicare insurance. You may be covered by a Medicare Part B or Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C) plan.
See the Glossary of Terms below to learn more about different types of Medicare insurance.
Helping eligible commercially insured patients lower out-of-pocket costs
The Amgen SupportPlus Co-Pay Program can help eligible commercially insured patients lower their out-of-pocket prescription costs, including deductible, co-insurance, and co-payment.*
Amgen® SupportPlus Representatives can provide information about independent nonprofit foundations that may be able to help.‡
Please contact Amgen SupportPlus for more information at 1-866-264-2778
‡Eligibility for resources provided by independent nonprofit patient assistance programs is based on the nonprofit’s criteria. Amgen has no control over these programs and provides information as a courtesy only.
For information, call 1-866-264-2778.
Co-insurance: An amount you may be required to pay as your share of the cost for services after you pay any deductibles. Co-insurance is usually a percentage (for example, 20%)
Co-pay: An amount you may be required to pay as your share of the cost for a medical service or supply, like a doctor’s visit, hospital outpatient visit, or prescription drug. It is usually a set amount, rather than a percentage. For example, you might pay $10 or $20 for a doctor’s visit or prescription drug
Deductible: The amount you must pay for healthcare or prescriptions before Original Medicare, your Medicare Advantage Plan, your Medicare drug plan, or your other insurance begins to pay
Medicare Advantage (Part C): A type of Medicare health plan offered by a private company that contracts with Medicare. Medicare Advantage Plans provide all of your Part A and Part B benefits, and most offer prescription drug coverage
Medicare Part A (hospital insurance): Along with Medicare Part B, it's part of what's known as Original Medicare. It covers services such as inpatient care in hospitals and skilled nursing facility care
Medicare Part B (medical insurance): Along with Medicare Part A, it's part of what's known as Original Medicare. It covers services such as medical equipment and some prescription medications. These medications are typically ones you would receive in your doctor's office or as a hospital outpatient
Medicare Supplement Plan (Medigap): A type of plan sold by private insurance companies to fill “gaps” in Original Medicare coverage
Out-of-pocket costs: Prescription costs you will pay on your own that are not covered by Medicare or other insurance
Premium: The periodic payment to Medicare, an insurance company, or a healthcare plan for health or prescription drug coverage
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1. Your doctor’s office can assist you with enrollment* or you can enroll yourself.
2. The co-pay card details can be accessed via the online portal or by calling (866) 264-2778
3. Submitting a Claim: You or your doctor’s office can send in the itemized EOB† to the Amgen SupportPlus Co-Pay Program after each treatment using one of the options below.
Online: Submit a claim by uploading it to your account on AmgenSupportPlus.com/copay
Mail: Amgen SupportPlus Co-Pay Program 100 Passaic Avenue, Suite 245 Fairfield, NJ 07004
4. Once the claim is approved, the Amgen SupportPlus Co-Pay Card can be used to reduce your out-of-pocket cost
1. After being prescribed an Amgen product, you can work with participating specialty or retail pharmacies to enroll* in the Amgen SupportPlus Co-Pay Program and also activate a virtual co-pay card.
2. The specialty pharmacy will process the claim with card information listed here:
3. The pharmacy will help coordinate the shipment of your medication directly to the site of care or to you so that it is available for administration
What is the most important information I should know about EVENITY®?
EVENITY® can cause serious side effects, including increased risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or death from a cardiovascular (heart or blood vessel) problem. Call your healthcare provider or get emergency help right away if you have any of these symptoms: symptoms of heart attack, which may include: chest pain or pressure; shortness of breath; feeling light-headed or dizzy; or symptoms of stroke, which may include: headache; numbness or weakness in face, arm, or legs; difficulty talking; changes in vision or loss of balance. Before you receive EVENITY®, tell your healthcare provider if you have had a heart attack or stroke, especially if it has happened in the past year.
Do not receive EVENITY® if you: have low blood calcium; or are allergic to romosozumab or any of the ingredients in EVENITY®.
Before receiving EVENITY®, tell your healthcare provider about all your medical conditions, including if you:
What are the possible side effects of EVENITY®?
EVENITY® may cause serious side effects, including:
Serious allergic reactions have happened in people who receive EVENITY®. Call your healthcare provider or go to the nearest emergency room right away if you have any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction including: rash; hives; swelling of the face, lips, mouth, tongue, or throat which may cause difficulty in swallowing or breathing.
Low calcium levels in your blood (hypocalcemia). EVENITY® may lower the calcium levels in your blood. Your low blood calcium should be treated before you receive EVENITY®. Call your healthcare provider if you have symptoms of low blood calcium such as: spasms, twitches, or cramps in your muscles; numbness or tingling in your fingers, toes or around your mouth.
Severe jaw bone problems (osteonecrosis) may occur. Your healthcare provider should examine your mouth before you start EVENITY® and may tell you to see your dentist. Ask your healthcare provider or dentist about good mouth care.
Unusual thigh bone fractures. Symptoms of this type of fracture include new or unusual pain in your hip, groin, or thigh.
The most common side effects of EVENITY® include joint pain and headaches.
These are not all the possible side effects of EVENITY®. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects.
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch, or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
EVENITY® is a prescription medicine used to treat osteoporosis in women after menopause who are at high risk of fracture, or cannot use another osteoporosis medicine or other osteoporosis medicines did not work well.