As COVID-19 continues to have an increased impact on our communities, AbbVie continues its focus on the health and safety of employees, healthcare professionals, and patients. AbbVie is collaborating with select health authorities and institutions globally on clinical research related to COVID-19.
For more information on AbbVie's response to COVID-19, please visit its website.
Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) is expanding its patient support programs to help unemployed patients in the U.S. who have lost their health insurance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients will be able to immediately access their medicines through one single point of entry and all BMS-branded medicines will be free (see list). The program will be in effect for six months, after which, patients who are currently enrolled may continue on the program until they have insurance.
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Video Platform for COVID-19 Patient Communications is now available, sponsored by AstraZeneca.
In an effort to support healthcare professionals during this unprecedented time and provide an efficient way, to address the overwhelming influx of calls and emails from patients with questions and concerns about COVID-19, AstraZeneca is sponsoring a healthcare technology company called Vidscrip, through June 30, 2020, or until such time as the COVID-19 virus is no longer a US public health emergency.
This program enables healthcare professionals to use their own computer to record short videos that answer questions to common COVID-19 questions and then share those videos with their patients through their web page, or through direct links to their patient’s phone via a personalized email or text message.
For more information visit www.vidscrip.com/COVID19 or text “COVIDAZUS” to 73771.