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INDIANAPOLIS — Drug maker Eli Lilly has launched what it’s calling an “umbrella” for its patient assistance programs.
Lilly subsidiary Lilly USA announced the launch of TruAssist, which comprises a website and call center for patients and healthcare providers to access information about programs the company provides to help increase access to Lilly medications. The website is at LillyTrueAssist.com, while the call center can be reached at 1-855-LLYTRUE (1-855-559-8783).
“In 2010, Lilly helped approximately 227,000 people in the United States obtain the Lilly medications they need,” Lilly U.S. medical division VP Jack Harris said. “With TruAssist, our goal is to further our commitment to improving patients’ lives by increasing awareness of these programs and giving healthcare providers and patients one easy-to-use resource for accessing them.”