Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy® and Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group® are joining the Optum® family.

To learn more about what this means for you, visit our FAQ pages:

Specialty Pharmacy FAQ  •  Infusion Pharmacy FAQ

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Simplifying Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Diplomat combines clinical expertise with personalized care.

All types of MS involve the body’s immune system attacking nerves in the brain. The immune system targets the fatty covering of the nerves, making it harder for the nerves to work.

 

With relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), patients have attacks and experience new symptoms, or existing symptoms get worse. These attacks are called relapses. Between attacks, your symptoms might or might not continue, but they don’t get worse, and no new symptoms occur. These periods are called remissions.

 

RRMS is the most common form of MS. About 85% of people who are diagnosed with MS have RRMS, although they might later have other forms of MS.

 

People who have RRMS are usually diagnosed in their 20s and 30s. Unlike some other forms of MS, RRMS affects women 2–3 times as often as men.

 

To see Diplomat’s full suite of MS services, click here.

 



For drug information, click here.

Prescriber? Find enrollment forms here.

How can Diplomat help me?

We’ll answer your questions about Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group.

 

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Upcoming Treatments

We keep you informed about new specialty medications.

Diplomat actively monitors specialty medications in the government's review and approval process. You can search our database to see if there will be new treatment options for your condition you can discuss with your doctor.


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Financial Assistance

We’ll look for ways to help you afford therapy.

There are many ways to get help paying for specialty medications. We'll seek third-party programs and support the application process from start to finish.

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