While we are thrilled to unveil our new website, we acknowledge that this is a difficult time for so many in our community. Our mission to ensure access to healthcare has become more critical than ever before.
No matter what lies ahead, we will continue to work alongside healthcare providers, pharmacists, and patient advocacy groups to secure life-sustaining treatments for those who need it most.
In that spirit, we’re proud to announce the launch of our new and improved website, built for the patients and healthcare teams who rely on the PAN Foundation to start and stay on treatment.
Over the past year, we’ve worked on redesigning our website to quickly and easily connect patients with life-threatening, chronic and rare diseases with financial assistance so that they can afford to start and stay on treatment. We’ve also updated the look and feel of our website to provide a calming and approachable experience while searching for financial assistance.
We invite you to take a look around and to check out some of the PAN website’s new features below.
Determine your assistance eligibility in 3 easy steps
The user-friendly eligibility finder allows anyone to determine a patient’s eligibility for a disease fund from the PAN Foundation by selecting a disease, adding their medication, and filling out a simple questionnaire.
If you’re eligible, you can complete your application in our patient, provider or pharmacy portals. If a disease fund is closed or if you don’t meet the eligibility requirements, we’ll recommend other organizations and patient support groups that may be able to help.
Get notified instantly when a fund becomes available
If a disease fund is closed, patients and their healthcare teams can sign up for the disease fund wait list, so they don’t miss out on available funding. When a fund becomes available, the patient or their provider or pharmacist will be notified by email with a unique link to apply.
They can also sign up for FundFinder to get notified about available funds from other charitable patient assistance organizations.
Advocate for lower out-of-pocket healthcare costs
PAN and other charitable patient financial assistance programs provide a critical safety net, but it’s not enough. Rising premiums, deductibles, co-pays, and coinsurance are leaving more Americans than ever underinsured and unable to afford treatment.
The problem of healthcare access and affordability is complex. But solutions are possible. Learn more about our advocacy efforts to put patients first and ensure all can afford the care they need.
Find a way to get involved
Together, we can lower out-of-pocket healthcare costs. People who’ve benefited from PAN’s support can raise awareness about the healthcare affordability crisis by sharing their stories. Supporters can also help ensure patients can get the critical treatment they need by making a donation.
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