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Getting Started on ELAPRASE (idursulfase)

If you and your doctor decide that ELAPRASE is right for you or your child, OnePath® can help you access therapy. Shire and OnePath are committed to providing product support services to patients and their families affected by Hunter syndrome.

Eligible patients who sign up with OnePath will be assigned a Case Manager who will help address questions you may have about access to your therapy.

Financial Support & Reimbursement

Key Facts about Insurance Coverage for ELAPRASE

Before getting started on ELAPRASE, it’s important to learn as much as possible about the reimbursement process. In doing so, you’ll be prepared to provide the necessary information to the insurer or state Medicare, Medicaid, or Medicaid Managed Care office. While this process may seem unfamiliar at first, with the help of OnePath from Shire, we can help you get the information you need to help get coverage for therapy.


There may be several potential sources of coverage

A patient’s insurance benefits for access to ELAPRASE will depend on his or her coverage. Some sources of coverage include private insurance companies, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), Medicare, Medicaid, and Medicaid Managed Care. There may also be other sources of coverage available to a patient or family.


OnePath® can help

If you enroll and are eligible to be in OnePath, you’ll be assigned a case manager who will help address questions or concerns associated with ELAPRASE access. OnePath case managers have access to many important resources and can help address questions about insurance, lifetime maximums, and other issues relating to reimbursement for ELAPRASE.

To learn more, simply call OnePath toll-free at 1-866-888-0660 or visit OnePath.com.


Questions About Product Support?

Contact OnePath® and get connected with a Case Manager.
Call: 1-866-888-0660
Visit OnePath.com to learn more