You’re never alone when it comes to support in the fight for the possibility of zero seizures. From help with insurance to help starting treatment, getting financial assistance, or finding a doctor, we’re committed to getting you the resources you need.
SK life science navigator
Our goal is to help you and your healthcare provider start and continue treatment with XCOPRI® (cenobamate tablets) CV as appropriate.
Once you receive your prescription for XCOPRI, SK life science navigator can help you:
- KNOW if XCOPRI is covered by your insurance plan
- START YOUR TREATMENT with free XCOPRI even if the following happens*:
- You have a delay because of an insurance issue
- You don’t have insurance
- Your insurance doesn’t cover XCOPRI
- PRESCRIPTIONS should be processed within a few hours of receipt and shipped out the same day
- If your prescription is received after 3:00 pm ET, then XCOPRI will be shipped the next day
- RECEIVE refill and appointment reminders via text messaging, if you request†
Enrolling is simple
There are 2 steps to enroll in SK life science navigator:
- Your healthcare provider (HCP) needs to complete the SK life science navigator Enrollment Form, including:
- Patient information
- Pharmacy insurance information
- HCP information
- Patient diagnosis
- HCP signature
- You must sign the Patient Authorization Form
Always talk to your healthcare provider if you have any questions.
PARTNERING WITH YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER
With the right S.T.E.P.S., you can have stronger conversations with your healthcare provider and work together to reach your goals. The S.T.E.P.S Discussion Guide is designed to help you share important information about your Seizure activity, Treatment(s), the impact seizures have on you Emotionally, your Personal goals, and ways you keep yourself Safe. With this information, together you and your healthcare provider can create a treatment plan that works for you.
Your partner in the fight
Looking for a doctor who understands your treatment goals? Do you want someone who will continue to put up a fight against seizures? If so, you may want to consider seeing a doctor who specializes in conditions of the brain or epilepsy such as a neurologist or epileptologist.
The American Epilepsy Society can help connect you with a specialist in your area. Click on the link below to search by state and ZIP code.
*Linking to this resource does not imply referral, recommendation or endorsement by SK life science as to the qualifications of any person listed in the database or the quality of medical care he or she may provide.
In an effort to bring the epilepsy community closer together, SK life science wants to keep you informed and bring you the latest news and events.
GLOSSARY: KEY TERMS EXPLAINED
Advocate is a person who speaks or writes in support of another person or cause.
Epilepsy is a condition of the brain that causes a person to have seizures.
Epileptologist is a neurologist who specializes in epilepsy.
Epilepsy medicine is a medication used to treat different types of seizures. May be called antiepileptic drug or AED.
Neurologist is a doctor who specializes in treating conditions of the nervous system.
Partial-onset seizure is a seizure that starts on one side of the brain. Also called a focal seizure.
Seizure is caused by a sudden surge of electrical activity in the brain. It affects how you feel, move, act, or think for a brief period of time.
Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medical treatment.
Triggers are events that may occur fairly consistently before seizures and more often than by chance.
Some triggers may include:
Specific time of day or night
Sleep deprivation—overtired, not sleeping well, not getting enough sleep
Fevers or other illnesses
Flashing bright lights or patterns
Alcohol or drug use
Hormonal changes, such as a woman’s menstrual cycle
Not eating well, low blood sugar
Specific foods, excess caffeine, or other products that may aggravate seizures
Use of certain medications