BMS Responds to Hurricane Florence

In a letter dated September 14, 2018:

 

Good Afternoon,

The major destruction Hurricane Florence is forecasted to have on the Mid-Atlantic will be devastating, impacting your everyday lives. First and foremost, we are thinking of you and hope you and your communities are safe.

In the wake of this destruction, we recognize that this event may have caused hardship for you and your patients.  In order to ensure you have information to address questions or concerns from your patients, we wanted to provide you with the information below to you as soon as possible.

If a patient taking a Bristol-Myers Squibb product* encounters a disruption in access to their prescription medication due to the storms, they should contact the Bristol-Myers Squibb Customer Information Center at 1-800-332-2056. Agents are standing by 24/7 and are eager to help find the Bristol-Myers Squibb programs that best address the patient’s individual needs.

 

If you have any questions or would like additional information please feel free to reach out to me at any time.

Sincerely,

Lisa Cruz, MPA

Bristol Myers Squibb

US Immunoscience Advocacy and Policy

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