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Do Insurance Companies Eventually Pay For Vyndamax? My Company Is Fighting "prior Approval" Even Though I Have Had A PVP Nuclear Scan.

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I have wild Amy. Do I need to do invasive heart tissue biopsy?

posted July 7
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A MyAmyloidosisTeam Member

Thanks Joel
I got my Vyndamax 2 days ago. It took a total of 4 weeks. Insurance company wanted invasive heart biopsy but my doctor convinced them to take results from PVP nuclear scan. Heart biopsy is risky and not necessary.
Ed

posted 1 day ago
A MyAmyloidosisTeam Member

Dear Ed
I too have ATTRwt and Medicare approved in a few days. Renewals required Prior Authorization. You add your cardiologist need too keep pressuring the insurance companies.
Good Luck and dinner give up.
Joel

posted 2 days ago
A MyAmyloidosisTeam Member

I also have Amy wild and Mayo Clinic in Rochester said the heart biopsy wasn’t necessary after the other test they ran.

posted 2 days ago

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