Escozul™ | Assistance Programs for Patients in Treatment
Discover our social and support programs. Get an inside look at how we help our patients. Nothing is more important to us.
To treat a patient is not only to see what they need but also what they may need in the future. And knowing these needs is part of our job, because nothing hurts more than losing a patient because he does not have the financial condition to sustain his treatment.
Did you know what? An average treatment with Escozul™ can last 3 to 5 years
We currently have two Programs to help patients who are undergoing treatment and whose results are positive. These are designed to alleviate the economic burden of the costs of obtaining the Escozul™.
When our patients move beyond the first year of treatment they can opt to enter our Patient-to-Patient program. This program is designed so that patients who are just starting out can talk to patients who are already in treatment for a set amount of time. In turn, they see their acquisition costs reduced by 25%.
When our patients move beyond the first year of treatment they can opt to enter our Patient-to-Patient program. This program is designed so that patients who are just starting out can talk to patients who are already in treatment for a set amount of time. And in turn see their procurement costs reduced to 25%.
Once the patient exceeds the second year, he/she enters directly into the Community Program where the cost of obtaining the treatment is reduced to 50% and from the third year onwards, the costs are subsidized at 100%. In this program, the idea is to prioritize that patients receive the Escozul™ at no cost so that they can complete the 5 years. And in turn the patient, if he/she wishes, can participate in our conferences and lectures at scientific events exposing his/her case.
In short, the idea is to prevent the patient from having to give up his treatment and therefore his successes because of an economic issue. It is a long treatment, and it is important to be aware of the economic challenges it implies for the patient. These programs are continually reviewed and improved based on the experiences and agreements we reach with the institutions that support our patients.