Pfizer Oncology Together™

At Pfizer Oncology Together, we offer personalized assistance to help your patients get the treatment you’ve prescribed. Our support complements the care they receive in your office and goes beyond financial assistance and treatment information. From connecting patients to third-party organizations that help patients get to treatment-related appointments, or finding local patient support events and programs—we’re here to help.



Contact the specialty pharmacy directly to fill a patient's prescription if one of the following applies:
  • Your office knows the specialty pharmacy that supplies the patient's medicine
  • Your patient knows that the specialty pharmacy is covered in his/her plan and that the pharmacy is in the BOSULIF network
  • Your office uses a specialty pharmacy that is in the patient's network
Specialty Pharmacy Ordering Process
The provider's office:
  • Submits prescriptions to the specialty pharmacy via:
  • Submits any supporting documentation to the payer
The specialty pharmacy:
  • Verifies the patient's coverage for BOSULIF
  • Helps with prior authorization if required
  • Can help patients seek co-pay assistance
  • Schedules shipment of product to the patient's home
  • Bills the payer for the cost of the product
  • Bills the patient for the remaining co-pay/coinsurance

Tailored Patient Support
Our personalized support complements the care you provide—and goes beyond patient financial assistance. We're here to make sure your patients feel supported at every point throughout treatment. From connecting patients to organizations that help them get to their appointments to finding local support groups and events—we’re here to help.ll
  • Financial Support
  • Support Connections
  • Patient Education
  • Lodging and Transportation
  • Custom Check-ins
  • Workplace Guidance

llSome services are provided through independent third-party patient advocacy organizations.

  • For live support, call 1-877-744-5675
    (Monday–Friday 8 AM–8 PM ET)
  • Or visit to learn more
  • To enroll, fax forms to 1-877-736-6506

New Patients
Patients who are new to therapy with BOSULIF may be eligible for a free 30-day trial offer. Terms and Conditions apply; see below.
Ask a Pfizer Oncology representative for more details, or download here.

Terms and Conditions for Trial Voucher Program
The trial voucher is not a prescription for BOSULIF beyond 1 month and there is no obligation to continue BOSULIF. To continue a patient on therapy, a separate prescription must be written to be filled at a participating specialty pharmacy. Patients may be offered enrollment in the trial voucher program exclusively through their healthcare provider.
This offer is valid once per patient for a 1-month (30-day) 500-mg or 100-mg supply through 3/31/2018.
By enrolling in the 1-month trial voucher offer for BOSULIF, you acknowledge that you currently meet the eligibility criteria and will comply with the Terms and Conditions described below:
1. Only new patients may use this voucher.
2. By redeeming this voucher, you certify that you are not currently using BOSULIF.
3. Only 1 voucher per person may be redeemed under this program.
4. This voucher is not transferable.
5. An original voucher and a valid prescription must be presented.
6. This voucher is only valid with the program administrator—it cannot be redeemed at a pharmacy.
7. No claim for reimbursement for product dispensed pursuant to this voucher may be submitted to any third-party payor, whether private or government payor.
8. This free trial voucher is not valid where prohibited by law.
9. This free trial is not health insurance.
10. Offer good only in U.S. and Puerto Rico.
11. Pfizer reserves the right to rescind, revoke, or amend this free trial voucher without notice.
12. This free trial voucher expires 03/31/2018.
13. Typical savings with the card for a 1-month prescription of BOSULIF, for a commercially insured patient, with a maximum out-of-pocket limit is estimated to be $90. For a commercially insured patient with co-insurance requirements without a maximum out-of-pocket limit, savings could be greater and depend on the benefit design.