How to get the

If you and your healthcare team decide that
ABILIFY MYCITE® (aripiprazole tablets with sensor)
is right for you, here’s what you should expect
after your doctor writes the prescription.

Expect a call from
the pharmacy

The ABILIFY MYCITE® Kit is only available through a specialty pharmacy. The pharmacy will call to let you know if the kit is covered by your health insurance plan. Once coverage is confirmed, the pharmacy will process your prescription. If, for some reason, coverage is denied, the pharmacy will follow up with your doctor’s office and health insurance plan on the appropriate next steps.

Save the MYCITE® Team phone number, 844-MYCITE-4 (844-692-4834), in your contacts so you know it's them calling you.

Get your
prescription filled

Your pharmacy will fill your prescription for the kit and ship it to your doctor’s office. 

Prepare for your getting- started appointment

You will need 2 things on the day of your appointment to get started:

  1. Your fully charged smartphone
  2. Your email address

If you want to save time, you can download the MYCITE® App from your app store before your appointment.

Getting refills

All prescription refills can be shipped directly to either your home or your healthcare provider’s office, depending on what works for you.

Am I covered?

The cost of your prescription will depend
on your health insurance. See below to find out if you're covered.

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Commercial plans

Eligible patients may pay as little as

$5 / month

for the ABILIFY MYCITE Kit through an instant copay program.*


Under most Medicaid plans, ABILIFY MYCITE is covered after your doctor writes your prescription. Work with your doctor to confirm coverage under your state’s Medicaid plan.


If you are covered under Medicare and qualify for Low Income Subsidy (LIS), copays for brand-name products are

$8.95 / month
or less.

*Offer not valid under Medicare, Medicaid, or other federal or state program. Further conditions apply. Contact the specialty pharmacy for more information.

Verified January 01, 2020.

This resource is provided for informational purposes only and does not guarantee that coverage and reimbursement will result. You should consult with your insurance provider or seek independent, qualified professional advice to determine your insurance coverage.

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How do I start using the ABILIFY MYCITE System?

When you start, your healthcare provider will help set you up with the system and will provide an overview of everything that is in the kit. The packaging has instructions on how to download the app. You can also watch the videos below to learn more about setting up the ABILIFY MYCITE System once you receive your first kit.

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Instructions for Use

The Instructions for Use videos offer a step-by-step look at how to set up the ABILIFY MYCITE System. These videos are available in the MYCITE App, and you can watch them when you start to set up the system and take your medication. If at any time you need help with a specific step, you can return here or rewatch the videos within the “Help” section of the app.

01 Getting started
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When prescribed, follow your doctor's instructions for using the ABILIFY MYCITE System and for taking ABILIFY MYCITE.

DO NOT place the patch in areas where your skin is scraped, cracked, inflamed, or irritated. 

DO NOT place the patch in a location that overlaps with the area of the most recently removed patch.

1 in 8 patients in clinical studies experienced skin irritation at the site of patch placement.

It is not known if ABILIFY MYCITE can improve how well you take your aripiprazole (patient compliance) or for changing your dose of aripiprazole. Some factors, such as a bad connection or reception, or not having your smartphone, may impact the consistency and reliability of data being detected, collected, and transmitted.

Only functions related to tracking drug ingestion have been evaluated or approved by FDA.

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