Simplifying Therapy for Pulmonary Arterial HypertensionDiplomat helps patients with PAH live life to the fullest.
A diagnosis of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) can be life-changing. This rare, complex disease can bring shortness of breath, fatigue, chest pain, dizziness, and swelling. Patients might wonder if they can still live an active life.
PAH has no cure, but coordinated care management can relieve symptoms and slow disease progression. Treatment focuses on relaxing blood vessels in the lungs to reduce blood pressure.
No matter the treatment method — pills, inhaler, subcutaneous therapy, or IV line — our expert staff checks in regularly to help patients with side effects and maximize adherence. We support the entire healthcare team, including consulting pulmonologists and cardiologists, so patients can do more of what they love.
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Upcoming TreatmentsWe 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.
Can I Use Diplomat?We’ll help you see if you can switch.
You’re in control of your health. That includes deciding which specialty pharmacy cares for you. Here’s how to see whether you can fill your prescriptions with Diplomat.LEARN MORE
Financial AssistanceWe’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.Learn More
Patient PortalManage your medications 24/7.
With the Diplomat Patient Portal, you can track orders, refill prescriptions, and get quick answers. Securely access the portal from your computer, smartphone, or tablet — anywhere, anytime.Learn More
Supporting the Whole YouDiplomat’s Empower Ecosystem
Treating your condition involves more than just medication. Our resources and information help you and your caregivers handle the parts of your lives that aren’t covered by a prescription.LEARN MORE