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At Diplomat, we proudly support multiple sclerosis (MS) patients through treatment and patient education. Our MS program was designed to make life easier for the patient and their caregivers. We provide high-touch, personal support to maximize insurance benefits and help patients stay on track with their treatment. Together, our team provides resources that help reduce the frequency and severity of episodes, manage symptoms and improve patients’ quality of life. To see Diplomat’s full suite of MS services, click here.

Multiple Sclerosis

One of the first steps after a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis is understanding the condition. The information on this site and linked sites is not meant to replace your physician’s advice, medical care or a diagnosis. If you have questions about your disease, please ask your prescriber.

Overview

As with other neurological disorders, multiple sclerosis occurs when the body’s immune system turns against itself. In MS, the immune system attacks the body’s nerve insulation within the brain. When it attacks the insulation, the nerve signal cannot reach its destination.

No two MS experiences are the same. As nerves come under attack, patients might experience debilitating pain or immobility, while others’ symptoms are relatively mild.

Patients are typically diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40, and MS disproportionately affects women and individuals in the northern U.S.

Patients might experience symptoms impacting their vision, mobility and daily life. Issues with eyesight, such as double vision and red-green color distortion, might appear early. Mobility issues are a big challenge for MS patients. These can include weakness in muscles and difficulty with coordination. In severe instances, this affects walking or standing. Some patients have symptoms affecting their mood, memory or concentration.

There is no cure for MS. It is essential for patients to have access to the right care team to help manage side effects so they can focus on living life.

Sources

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

The information contained herein may not be construed as medical advice. It is for educational purposes only. Diplomat Pharmacy Inc. takes no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of the information contained herein, nor the claims or statements of any manufacturer.

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We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate the delivery of your patient’s medication. No order is too complicated for us, and if we need further information, we will always reach out to you directly.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep them and their loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If your patient needs copay assistance, our funding team goes to work, helping connect them with the appropriate third-party organizations. We’re here for them every step of the way.

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How We
Help

In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. We are passionate about adherence and want our patients to have successful treatments; in-home care reduces costs and helps patients maintain independence.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery per patient’s or prescriber’s instructions.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep them and their loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If necessary, our patients receive prior authorization and appeals assistance. Our benefits investigation team helps them every step of the way.

Take the first step in partnering with us.

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How We
Help

In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. We are passionate about adherence and want our patients to have successful treatments; in-home care reduces costs and helps patients maintain independence.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery per patient’s or prescriber’s instructions. We don’t let anything get between a patient and their treatment.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep them and their loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If necessary, our patients receive prior authorization and appeals assistance. Our benefits investigation team helps them every step of the way.

Take the first step in partnering with us.

Return to homepage

How We
Help

In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. To help patients maintain independence, we provide in-home nurses and training for those who wish to self-administer treatments outside of a clinical setting.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery according to your instructions or those of your doctor.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep you and your loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If you need copay assistance, our funding team goes to work, connecting you with the third-party organizations that can help. We’re here for you every step of the way.

Pieces of Interest

  • Can I Use Diplomat?

    Can I Use Diplomat?

    We provide benefits investigation and help verify your eligibility for our programs and services. Fill out a simple form and we’ll get in touch with you.
  • Hemophilia Financial Assistance

    Hemophilia Financial Assistance

    We help connect bleeding disorder patients with nonprofit, manufacturer-sponsored and third-party funding options to keep therapy affordable.
  • PIDD Post Newsletter

    PIDD Post Newsletter

    Sign up to receive helpful information on infusion management and treatments, stories from the community, and tips to thrive with a primary immune deficiency.
  • Pregnancy Brochure

    Pregnancy Brochure

    Our PIDD Pregnancy Brochure brochure helps expectant mothers with PIDD and families prepare for pregnancy and a new baby.
  • Off to College Brochure

    Off to College Brochure

    This brochure provides a helpful checklist and tips for families and students with PIDD to make the transition from home to school as easy as possible.
  • Back to School Brochure

    Back to School Brochure

    Developed by a nurse and mother of a PIDD patient, this brochure helps parents and children take simple steps to make the school year a success.
  • Consumer Advocacy Program

    Consumer Advocacy Program

    Many of our consumer advocates are members of the primary immune deficiencies community themselves. They’re here to guide patients through the often complex world of health care.

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