TYMLOS is indicated for the treatment of postmenopausal women with osteoporosis at high risk for fracture defined as a history of osteoporotic fracture, multiple risk factors for fracture, or patients who have failed or are intolerant to other available osteoporosis therapy. In postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, TYMLOS reduces the risk of vertebral fractures and nonvertebral fractures.


Downloadable forms and resources for your practice and your patients

Prescribing resources
Patient Enrollment

Learn more about how to enroll your patients in the TYMLOS support program and download the Patient Enrollment Form.

Specialty pharmacy
Patient resources
Savings Card

Eligible, commercially insured patients can pay as little as $0 for their TYMLOS prescription. There is an annual cap on the amount of assistance patients can receive over a one-year period. This offer is not valid for patients using Medicare, Medicaid, or other government-funded programs to pay for their medications. See back of savings card for all eligibility requirements, rules, and restrictions. Savings card is available for patients to download at

TYMLOS can be readily accessed by high-risk patients1,2

3 out of 4 commercial and Medicare Part D patients* with access to TYMLOS may have a fracture exemption.
This means first-line access and no step edit required.

Radius defines a fracture exemption as a health plan’s UM criteria that states if an appropriate§ TYMLOS patient has a documented history of, or recent, low-trauma fracture, then TYMLOS may be approved by that health plan.

Not required:

  • Trial or failure of another therapy indicated for osteoporosis (step edit)
  • Documentation of BMD T-score or FRAX®
*Data is based on published UM criteria available in MMIT as of 5/1/2021 consisting of approximately 176M commercial and Medicare D covered lives. There are approximately 193M commercial and Medicare D total covered lives in the United States.
Access is defined as the ability for a patient to obtain TYMLOS through their health plan. Prior authorization may apply. Check health plan coverage, UM criteria, and patient costs, as they may vary or change without notice.
Not all health plans define history of, or recent, low-trauma fracture the same. Prior to prescribing, review the health plan’s UM criteria for their definition.
§An appropriate patient is a patient with postmenopausal osteoporosis, without contraindications, who has not exceeded the limitations of use, and is not on concomitant osteoporosis therapies.

BMD=bone mineral density; UM=utilization management; MMIT=Managed Market Insights and Technology.

Radius Assist logo – Patient Assistance Program

If TYMLOS is not covered under your patient’s insurance plan,

you can advise her to call 1-866-896-5674 to learn about RadiusAssist, a patient assistance program that may be available to eligible patients who cannot afford their medication.

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Radius Pass logo – Patient Access Support Services

Radius Patient Access Support Services

The Support Center will provide you with details related to your patients’ insurance benefits, prior authorization requirements, as well as contact information for specialty pharmacies.

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References: 1. TYMLOS [package insert]. Boston, MA: Radius Health, Inc. 2. Data on file. Radius Health, Inc; Boston, MA.