Let’s Work Together
Alnylam Assist™ knows how important one-on-one interactions are, which is why we have dedicated Case Managers and Patient Education Liaisons (PELs) for each patient to provide ongoing education, tools to connect with the community, and resources that can help you during treatment. Starting a new routine can be daunting, but you don't have to do it alone.
Once you and your doctor choose to start treatment with OXLUMO® (lumasiran), you will be partnered with a dedicated Alnylam Case Manager. Case Managers are trained professionals whose expertise is in helping patients get started on treatment and providing ongoing support. They will tailor their level of contact based on your personal needs.
Your Case Manager will help you understand your insurance coverage benefits and verify them for you. They can also inform you about options for financial support that you may be eligible for as well as provide you with educational resources. In addition, Case Managers can connect you with a PEL by request.
Patient Education Liaisons
Your Case Manager also can help connect you with a Patient Education Liaison (PEL). PELs have backgrounds in nursing, and are experienced in educating people and their families about matters related to PH1. Your PEL can help you in a variety of ways, such as:
• Supporting you with disease education
• Providing you with product information
• Connecting you to additional resources
• Answering questions about treatment with OXLUMO
In addition, PELs help facilitate educational events about PH1 in communities around the United States. Talk to your Case Manager about finding an event in your area, or request a conversation with a PEL. Talk to a PEL ›
• The purpose of Alnylam Patient Education Liaisons (PELs) is to provide education to patients, their families, and caregivers
• PELs are employees of Alnylam Pharmaceuticals; They are not acting as healthcare providers and are not part of your healthcare team
• PELs do not provide medical care or advice
• All diagnosis and treatment decisions should be made by you and your doctor