Due to the current Public Health Crisis related to COVID-19, Good Days is operating with limited staffing and will be assisting patients, providers and pharmacies electronically. If you would like to enroll for assistance, please visit https://www.mygooddays.org/apply.To connect with a Care Navigator, please contact us via email email@example.com through chat by visiting https://www.mygooddays.org. We appreciate your patience and look forward to continuing to serve you.
Good Days will mail out letters to those eligible to apply for assistance in the next calendar year. To reapply, patients or advocates can link to directly to this page. You can also call (877) 593-8409. Please have the following information available:
Patient ID, SSN, or campaign code
Patient date of birth
Estimate of patient’s household income and household size
Patients approved during the first three quarters of the year (January-September) must re-apply to be considered for funding in the next calendar year. Patients that are approved during the last quarter of the year (October-December) do not have to re-apply and will be automatically enrolled for funding in the next calendar year. Please keep in mind that enrollment for the following calendar year does not guarantee funding availability.
The Applicant Declaration and Consent gives Good Days permission to communicate with your provider regarding your patient assistance for the purposes of payment and therapy management. The Applicant Declaration and Consent can be found here.
Upon a successful request for re-enrollment, the patient’s eligibility status will immediately be reflected in the Good Days portal. If additional information or action is required, the applicant and/or patient will be notified.
No. Good Days can only begin assistance after funding has been awarded. If medication is purchased prior to funding availability, we will not be able to reimburse the patient for the out-of-pocket cost.
Yes. Patients applying for a Medicare-only co-pay assistance program must have some form of Medicare coverage. Supplemental commercial insurance plans are permitted in conjunction with Medicare coverage.