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Have you heard? BleedingDisorders.com is all new

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As part of Takeda’s continuous efforts to support the bleeding disorders community, BleedingDisorders.com has been fully updated. It is now your go-to destination for information, tools, and support for living with a bleeding disorder. Whether you’re a patient or caregiver, the new and improved website provides valuable information for everyone.

New content with a fresh look
BleedingDisorders.com now lives and breathes Takeda’s mission—to put patients at the center of everything they do. Part of the purpose of this redesign was to bring together a wealth of bleeding disorders information while making it easy to find. You can now explore disease education, disease management, important life milestones, and information on physical and emotional wellness. The best part is that there are resources for people with hemophilia A, hemophilia B, hemophilia with inhibitors, von Willebrand disease (VWD), and other factor deficiencies.

Something you haven’t seen before
When you take a deeper dive, you’ll find the Living Well section has brand-new lifestyle information, ranging from diet, exercise, and travel tips to emotional health and pain management advice. These resources aim to help you live an active and healthy lifestyle while managing your bleeding disorder. Search a little further, and you will also discover new doctor discussion guides for talking with your healthcare provider about hemophilia, inhibitors, or VWD.

We’re in this together
With the relaunch of the website, Takeda wants to help you engage with other people living with a bleeding disorder. The Get Involved page has a community events calendar, links to connect on social media, and a place to sign up for updates directly from Takeda. Explore the Bleeding Disorders Community on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to stay up-to-date on the latest news, communicate with others, and share your story. Whether you’re experiencing a new diagnosis, managing treatment for the first time, or advocating for accommodations in the workplace, your story can be insightful to someone else in the bleeding disorders community.

BleedingDisorders.com makes it easier than ever to stay informed and proactive in managing life with a bleeding disorder. Discover what the new website has to offer, and you’ll be one step closer to making today brilliant!

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How Takeda’s Hematology Support Center can help

This week’s blog provides a website with helpful insurance resources for you to consider. Please read below and click the links to learn more.
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If you live with or care for someone with a bleeding disorder, you know how important it is to have helpful resources. It takes teamwork to manage this type of condition.

At Takeda, we understand this. That’s why we created the Hematology Support Center (HSC). Takeda’s HSC offers dedicated help to patients prescribed Takeda hematology products and provides them with information, guidance, and treatment resources. HSC is here for patients and caregivers. We can help with insurance hurdles, copay assistance, and getting access to treatment. HSC can also assist healthcare providers with reimbursement and access issues.

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HSC provides patients and caregivers with dedicated support.

Case Managers are the first point of contact. They can:

  • Give information about financial assistance options
  • Help eligible patients enroll in our CoPay Assistance Program
  • Connect patients to other HSC team members

Reimbursement and Access Managers (RAMs) are insurance experts. They can:

  • Assist with health insurance challenges
  • Provide insurance education tools

Healthcare Educators (HCEs) offer useful information. They can:

  • Provide English or Spanish one-on-one health education support about hemophilia and von Willebrand disease
  • Give information about a patient’s prescribed Takeda treatment
  • Connect patients with informational and community resources, including Takeda’s educational programs
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HSC is committed to providing support for those who need it.

HSC support comes in more ways than one. For example, Case Managers can help patients know if they qualify for our CoPay Assistance Program. This program may cover up to 100% of eligible out-of-pocket expenses, up to the program maximum. Only patients who have been prescribed a Takeda hematology product* and have commercial insurance are eligible for the program.

HSC support continues online.

HSC’s website for patients, hematologysupport.com, can provide additional help. For example, the patient resource library has information about:

  • Insurance
  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Staying organized while on treatment
  • Other support resources

Living with a bleeding disorder can feel overwhelming at times. But with a Takeda hematology treatment, HSC is here to help. And that can make all the difference.

HSC is here for healthcare providers too.

For healthcare providers prescribing Takeda hematology treatments, HSC can make the process go more smoothly. Need help with an access challenge? We may know how to resolve it. Our website for healthcare providers, hematologysupportpro.com, has useful tools, such as:

  • Prescription referral forms
  • Prior authorization and appeals checklists
  • Billing and coding information

HSC team members are trained to handle all types of support situations. Make HSC the go-to resource for any Takeda hematology access–related questions or concerns.

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Support from HSC is only a call away.

With HSC, patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers have a partner on their side. HSC is here and ready to help. Call us Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 8:00 pm ET, at 1-888-229-8379.

To learn more about HSC, please visit our website:
For patients: hematologysupport.com
For healthcare providers: hematologysupportpro.com

*Must meet specific program eligibility requirements and terms and conditions. Certain restrictions apply. Not all Takeda hematology products are available for each program.
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