RESOURCES TO HELP YOU LEARN MORE ABOUT MAYZENT®
AND GET YOUR PATIENTS STARTED
For HCPs and Office Staff
This piece explains how to get your patients started on MAYZENT in just 2 steps—assessments and initiation.
Choose MAYZENT Brochure
This brochure details the proven experience of MAYZENT in patients with progressing RMS and encourages choosing MAYZENT earlier to stay ahead of progression.
Submitting the Start Form automatically enrolls patients in AlongsideTM MAYZENT, and helps them get started on treatment.
Authorization & Appeals Kit
This tool kit explains how to navigate the insurance coverage process; it includes sample letters and checklists to help you ensure a complete submission.
Sample Appeal Letter
If a patient is denied coverage, you may be required to explain the clinical rationale for prescribing MAYZENT. This letter addresses each specific reason given for the denial.
Sample Medical Necessity Letter
You may need to prepare this letter to document the medical need for MAYZENT based on the patient’s specific medical history and diagnosis.
Sample Formulary Exception Request Letter
For health plans that list MAYZENT as nonformulary or not covered/NDC block, you may be asked to submit a letter like this, depending on the health plan’s requirements.
This brochure can answer your patients’ questions about MAYZENT—from getting started to information about efficacy and side effects.
Getting Started on Treatment Brochure
A step-by-step guide to titration, storage and handling, and how to get support through Alongside MAYZENT.
Tips and Tools
If you are seeing patients remotely, below are some helpful resources for both you and your patients.
For Patients: Digital Checklist
A downloadable aid to help patients have a more engaging virtual visit, along with some technical tips.
Tips for getting the most out of telemedicine from experts and peers in the industry.
The Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center’s Quick Start Guide to TelehealthDOWNLOAD
The South Central Telehealth Resource Center’s Telehealth Etiquette SeriesVIEW
HCP, health care professional; MOA, mechanism of action; MOD, mechanism of disease; MS, multiple sclerosis; RMS, relapsing MS.