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PAN Foundation Launches Instant Approval Process, Increasing Access to Life-Saving Medications

Washington, D.C., November 25, 2013 – Beginning today, applications for co-pay assistance to the Patient Access Network will be processed instantly, with eligibility outcomes and billing information provided to patients and providers in less than one minute. The introduction of this unparalleled processing efficiency gives patients instant access to prescribed medical regimens – providing help and hope for a healthier tomorrow. 
 
“At the PAN Foundation, we know that time means everything to patients seeking financial assistance for life-saving medications,” explained Patrick McKercher, PAN President. “We are constantly striving to make our enrollment process as streamlined and efficient as possible for patients, their health care providers and specialty pharmacies. With this new capability, we have made huge strides in providing effective and meaningful assistance to the patients who need our help the most.” 
 
Qualifying patients will be approved for a 12-month eligibility cycle and have access to PAN’s 90-day look-back – all within one minute of completing an application for assistance. 
 
To learn more about our new Instant Approvals, the Foundation will be hosting webinars for both providers and specialty pharmacy representative the week of December 2nd. To register, visit www.PANfoundation.org/training
 
Click here for a printable flyer on how to enroll in PAN’s Instant Approval patient assistance.
 
About the PAN Foundation
Patient Access Network Foundation is dedicated to providing help and hope to underinsured patients who would otherwise be unable to afford high-cost specialty medications. PAN provides assistance through more than 50 disease-specific programs designed to help patients being treated for certain cancers, chronic illnesses, and rare diseases. Through our streamlined application process and state of the art online tools, we are able to ensure that patients are put on the fast track to therapy.