If you are considering a one-time bluebird bio gene therapy, we want to make sure you’re supported
That’s why we created my bluebird support—a collection of educational resources aimed at helping you or someone you care for stay informed in the decision-making process.
As you or your loved one begins the bluebird bio gene therapy treatment journey, there’s a lot to think about. That’s why we provide you with your own Patient Navigator—a person knowledgeable about bluebird bio gene therapies and a designated support specialist who can help you make use of the services offered by my bluebird support.
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get started with your Patient Navigator
Your Patient Navigator will be your primary point of contact within my bluebird support as they guide you through your treatment journey. Your Patient Navigator and my bluebird support are standing by, ready to help. Once you’ve contacted your Patient Navigator, feel free to engage with them as much as you need to—they will always reach out to you if they require any information.
Your Patient Navigator can even help answer your questions about Qualified Treatment Centers (QTCs). QTCs are specialized hospitals trained by bluebird bio that have the expertise, infrastructure, and care teams to deliver bluebird bio gene therapy to patients.
Want to learn more about treatment with a bluebird bio gene therapy or get information about your disease?
Your Patient Navigator has the educational materials to help you, so you can feel more informed when you speak to your care team. Plus, if you’re a healthcare professional, you can get resources to share with your patients.
Your Patient Navigator can collaborate with health insurance providers and doctor’s office staff, offering guidance and answers to coverage questions. They may also be able to work to provide information related to treatment cost and the specific benefits available through insurance, if available.
Your Patient Navigator can guide you through each step of your treatment journey, with support that ranges from helping you locate a QTC (a specialized hospital qualified to administer a bluebird bio gene therapy) to addressing non-clinical barriers to treatment access.