SIMPONI® patient resources

Treatment Support for Your Patients

Helping you help your patients get started with the Janssen medication you prescribed and supporting them along the way

Patients and caregivers can create an online account where they can learn about their health insurance coverage, enroll in the Janssen CarePath Savings Program and manage their benefits, sign up for treatment reminders, and find support throughout their treatment journey.

Care coordination

Janssen CarePath provides additional support that your patients may need to get started with their treatment. A personally assigned Janssen CarePath Care Coordinator will work closely with you and your patients to provide the support you direct, including coordination with an infusion provider or pharmacy.

Specialty distributors/pharmacies

We can help your office identify where patients can obtain their Janssen medications. For example, we can help find a specialty distributor where you can order a Janssen product for your office, or access treatment through a pharmacy, without direct purchase or billing of product.

Additional treatment support

We understand how important it is for your patients to take their medication as you’ve prescribed. Janssen CarePath offers ongoing support that may help your patients stay on track with their treatment.

  • Treatment demonstration videos
  • Access to nurses who can answer your patients’ questions about treatment with Janssen medications*
  • Personalized treatment reminders
  • Patient education and tools including Internet resources (see below)
  • Safe Returns® - used injection device disposal service at no cost to your patients

Internet resources for your patients

Sometimes your patients need a little more information on their condition. Your patients can visit for links to useful educational resources that may be helpful.

*The nurse program is limited to education for patients about their Janssen therapy, its administration, and/or their disease. It is intended to supplement a patient’s understanding of their therapy, and is not intended to provide medical advice, replace a treatment plan from the patient's doctor or nurse, provide case management services, or serve as a reason to prescribe.