A team of experts supporting you and your patients.

Our team of Kineret experts include Case Managers, Pharmacy Specialists, and Kineret Trained Nurses. They are here to help support you, your team, and your patients by providing assistance with prescription delivery, insurance, and reimbursement, and answers to some of their Kineret-related questions.


Kineret Case Managers can guide you and your patients through the insurance approval process and help find access solutions

  • Benefits investigations
  • Insurance coverage verification
  • Prior Authorization support
  • Co-Pay Program with financial support for eligible patients
  • Appeals support

Kineret Pharmacy Specialists will deliver your patient’s prescription right to their door. The first time. And every time.

  • Prescription delivery directly to their home
  • Free sharps containers and needle clippers
  • Refill reminders
  • Emergency shipments
  • Information about Kineret
    RxCrossroads is a pharmacy that fills and ships their prescription.

Kineret Trained Nurses can help your patients with injection training

  • One-on-one injection training and in-home visits
  • Tips to help address common injection site reactions
  • Advice on injection site rotation and tracking
  • Helpful insights on issues from medication storage to travel

Patients can sign up for KINERET On TRACK Guidance to receive extra support

  • Tips as their medical needs evolve
  • Communications from our team of experts
  • Educational materials that help them know what to expect
  • Online resources packed with useful information

Kineret is only available through the KINERET On TRACK program.

To get started, download our enrollment forms here and complete them with your doctor.

KINERET On TRACK Enrollment Form Patient Assistance Form

If you have questions, please call 866-547-0644 from 8:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m ET,
Monday through Friday, to speak with a specialist.


Kineret® is an interleukin-1 receptor antagonist indicated for:

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndromes (CAPS)