Less Than 7 Days of Insulin

For manufacturer programs, you need an unexpired prescription for the insulin you need. For these particular programs outlined below, they are for short term use only. It may only be good for a 30-day supply of insulin. 

Eli Lilly

Call the Lilly Diabetes Solutions Center at 1-833-808-1234 between 8am and 8pm Eastern, Monday to Friday. You will have a confidential conversation with a medical representative who can offer you options for urgent supply needs.

Novo Nordisk

Click here: https://www.novocare.com/insulin/immediate-supply.html to download a Novo Nordisk Immediate Supply card. It supplies you with up to 3 vials, 2 packs of pens, or a combination of 2 vials and 1 pack of pens.

You will be asked to fill out a form with your first and last name. You will need to check the boxes agreeing to the terms. Once filled out, you will be able to email, print, or download the card.

Provide this information to the pharmacy so they can add this card to their payment system before you pick up your prescription. 

If your pharmacist is struggling to process this card, you may have to have them run it outside of your insurance. The terms & conditions also outlines pharmacist instructions. 

If you have questions about the Novo Nordisk Savings Card Program, you can call 1-844-Novo4Me (1-844-668-6463) from Monday to Friday 8am to 11pm and Saturdays 11am to 7pm Eastern Time.

Sanofi

Call 1-855-700-0073 at any time. This will be an automated call that will provide you Voucher Information (BIN, GROUP, PCN, ID Numbers) to give to a pharmacist. 

If you have any questions, you can speak to a Live Agent after you receive the numbers you need.

This is a one-time 30-day emergency supply.

In order to continue to receive free insulin, you must complete a Sanofi Patient Connection application within 5 business days. You can call 1-888-847-4877 between the hours of 9am and 8pm Eastern for assistance.