RINVOQ Complete is here to help you understand the Open Enrollment process. Below are a few questions to get you started and a health Insurance Comparison Chart to help you select the best option for you. You’ll also find definitions for common health insurance terms.

These resources can help you when considering your health insurance options or when discussing them with your HR or benefits manager.

An annual period during which people can enroll in a group-sponsored health insurance plan for the next year.

Get personalized support

Since every health insurance plan is different, you’ve got Insurance Specialists ready to tell you what to consider when you review your options. Your RINVOQ Complete Ambassador* can help out too. Just call 1.800.2RINVOQ (1.800.274.6867).

Questions to consider

Is my treatment covered under this health insurance plan’s formulary?

Will my treatment require prior authorization under this health insurance plan?

Will I be required to get my prescription from a Specialty Pharmacy under this health insurance plan?

Does this health insurance plan have an annual limit on benefits it pays for? If so, what is it?

Does this health insurance plan have a lifetime limit that it will pay? If so, what is it?

The list of medicines that your health insurance plan will pay for or cover.

Your health care provider must provide additional information to your health insurance company before they’ll cover a service or medication.

A pharmacy that distributes medications with special storage and handling requirements, as well as other complexities.

The maximum amount your health insurance will pay for the year. You’re required to pay all costs after you reach the annual limit.

A cap on the total benefits you may receive from your health insurance plan in your lifetime.

Make sense of health insurance terms

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Reach out to an Insurance Specialist at 1.800.2RINVOQ
(1.800.274.6867) or call your Ambassador.

*Nurse Ambassadors are provided by AbbVie and do not work under the direction of your health care professional (HCP) or give medical advice. They are trained to direct patients to their HCP for treatment-related advice, including further referrals.