Navigating Teva’s Resources on

  • by  Andrea H.
  •   January 29, 2018

Andrea H. is a paid employee of Teva Neuroscience, Inc.

Are you starting, taking, or considering COPAXONE® (glatiramer acetate injection)? Let me help you navigate the website so you understand the benefits of The Shared Solutions® team, including Benefits Specialists and Nurses, are here to help you through your RMS treatment journey.

I’m going to break down all of the service benefits, but first, you’ll want to register to make the most of Shared Solutions®. All you have to do is answer a few questions and call Teva's Shared Solutions® at 1-800-887-8100 to finish the registration process. Now, on to the benefits of registering!

  1. My Dashboard: Here is where you can learn about events in your area for people who have been impacted by multiple sclerosis. You can also learn about the injection tracking tools, like the COPAXONE iTracker®, that are available with the array of support services offered by Teva’s Shared Solutions®.
  2. Health Plan Tool: This tool can help you gather your benefits information to prepare for a conversation with one of Teva’s Benefits Specialists about coverage for COPAXONE®. I often hear that it can be challenging to understand insurance coverage and out-of-pocket expenses related to COPAXONE®, so be sure to connect with a Benefits Specialist if you have questions. You can also read the details about COPAXONE Co-Pay Solutions®, the financial assistance program offered for those who qualify and who have been prescribed Teva’s three-times-a-week COPAXONE® 40 mg.
  3. Resources: Whether you are living with MS or caring for someone with MS, you can visit the site to find comprehensive resources. You can also find MS-focused brochures on topics like pregnancy, traveling and more.

I recommend seeing what has to offer if you are looking for educational materials related to living with relapsing MS, if you have been prescribed Teva’s three-times-a-week COPAXONE® 40 mg, or if you are considering COPAXONE® as a therapy option. The website is simple to navigate and registering will put the answers you need right at your fingertips.

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Andrea H.

Shared Solutions® Sr. Benefits Specialist

About The Author

Andrea H. is a Senior Benefits Specialist at Teva’s Shared Solutions® who helped start the team 13 years ago. She has over 15 years of insurance background experience.

See Important Safety Information below and full Prescribing Information for Copaxone® (glatiramer acetate Injection).

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  • Dee  | October 17, 2018
    I’ll be switching to Medicare and due to the cost of Copaxone I’m looking at having to stop taking this awesome drug. Such a shame but I guess it can’t be helped.
  • Diane | October 18, 2018
    My husband lost his job recently and as of Oct 31st my health insurance will end. I will be out of Copaxone 40mg in 2 weeks.
    I've called my neurologist. He wants me to make an appointment with him to discuss this matter. But I cannot afford his office
    I called Shared Solutions for information on free meds. As of Jan 2018 my upstanding there's no longer offering free meds.
    Can you help with