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These are some useful terms that can help you understand your insurance and coverage options

Co-pay
A fixed amount you pay for a covered health service, including prescription drugs
Co-insurance
The percentage of costs you pay for healthcare
Deductible
The amount you pay for healthcare before your health insurance starts to cover costs
In-office dispensing (IOD) pharmacy
A pharmacy at your doctor's office from which you may opt to receive medication, including Rubraca® (rucaparib) tablets
Independent co-pay foundation
A non-profit organization that may assist with out-of-pocket medical costs for eligible patients
Medicaid
A state-run US government health plan for patients who qualify
Medicare
A US federal program that provides healthcare for people aged 65 years and older
Out-of-pocket costs
Costs for medical care not covered by insurance
Private/commercial insurance
Coverage you get through your work or by purchasing individually or through a healthcare exchange
Specialty pharmacy
A mail order pharmacy that sells specialty drugs like Rubraca
VA/DoD
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD). They offer medical benefits to people who have served in the US Armed Forces