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Heron Therapeutics is committed to making a difference in patients’ lives with innovative products and a suite of support services.

Heron Connect provides support programs that meet the needs of patients and providers. Our access solutions include:

For more information on Heron Connect, call 1-844-HERON11 (1-844-437-6611) from 8 am to 8 pm ET, Monday through Friday.
  1. Limitations apply. Offer not valid as follows: (a) patients covered under Medicare, Medicaid, or any federal or state program; (b) where plan covers treatment for the patient for the entire cost of the prescription drug. Patients pay $0 per copay per dose per 12-month calendar period. When applicable, deductible assistance up to $200 per treatment will be covered. For cash-paying patients, the program will cover $150 per prescription up to $1,800 per calendar year. Eligibility is for 12 months, after which patient will need to reapply for continued assistance. This offer expires 12/31/18.
  2. Heron Therapeutics reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to discontinue the Heron Connect Patient Assistance Program or change the qualifications at any time. All patient information remains confidential. Product supply for the program depends on availability.
  3. The Heron Commitment Program and the other product support programs offered by Heron Therapeutics do not impose any purchase obligation at any time or in any manner. Use of CINVANTI and/or SUSTOL may be discontinued at any time, without penalty.
  4. A qualifying claim denial can be reviewed for the Heron Commitment Program when, for a patient covered under commercial insurance, the following criteria have been met, and documentation confirms: (a) the verification of benefits, conducted by the provider and/or Heron Connect, meets all of the payer criteria and/or policy requirements, (b) the submitted claim for the Heron product is denied, and (c) the claim has been denied again by the commercial payer after the first level of appeals process has been followed.