Medication Information - *Prescription Help
RxAssist, created by Volunteers in Health Care, provides physicians and other health care providers with the information you need to access the pharmaceutical companies' patient assistance programs.
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Need help paying for your medicine? Help is here for you. Established by volunteers, Free Medicine Foundation has helped countless families across the nation completely eliminate or substantially reduce their prescription drug bills.
Eligibility: This program is designed to identify if the patient is eligible for Lovenox through private insurance coverage, individual medication programs, and or government-funded sources. Aventis will provide Lovenox free of charge under the following qualifications. Participants must be U.S. residents, their annual household income must fall below the Aventis Poverty Guidelines, and they must have no insurance coverage for Lovenox. This program is available for outpatients only. Please also see: https://www.pparx.org/ReviewResults.php#
This site is designed to provide information about patient assistance programs which provide no cost prescription medications to eligible participants.
RxHope is the only patient assistance Internet initiative financially supported by PhRMA (Pharmaceutical and Research Manufacturers of America) and participating pharmaceutical companies. RxHope began as a grassroots effort of the Patient Assistance Managers and Directors of the PhRMA-member companies and has grown into the leading Internet-based patient assistance and sampling web portal in the pharmaceutical industry. Each patient assistance request form has been custom-designed to the pharmaceutical company's rules engine. RXHope removes the time and costs of these programs by web-enabling labor-intensive paperwork onto the physician's computer. RxHope is an independent company, and is not affiliated with third parties who may provide patients with no-cost or low-cost medications. Those third parties do not endorse the content or processes used on this website, including our information collection or data storage processes.
Disclaimer: This program is not a prescription insurance policy. This program provides discounts at certain participating pharmacies for services. This plan does not make payments directly to the providers of health services. Program members are obligated to pay for all health care services but will receive a discount from those health care providers who have contracted with the discount plan organization.
Developed by Governor Blagojevich, I-SaveRx is available and open to all Illinois, Wisconsin, Kansas, Missouri and Vermont residents. The I-SaveRx program offers a safe, simple and affordable way to purchase the medication refills you need - at savings of up to 80%!
OPTIMIZERx offers you special savings, free trials & support programs to help you better afford & optimize results for the medicines & healthcare products you need.
Rx Outreach is an easy and affordable way for people of all ages to get medicines they need. Through this program, people who qualify financially can get more than 55 generic medications that treat a wide range of conditions including diabetes, asthma, heart disease, and depression. People may take advantage of the program even if they receive medicines through another discount program. The program is available to individuals and families with incomes of up to 250 percent of the federal poverty level. For a family of four, this figure is about $48,000 per year.
Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief (CPR) Program provides direct co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products to insured Americans who financially and medically qualify. We are pleased to announce that beginning on January 1, 2006 CPR will begin welcoming new Medicare Part D beneficiaries who require assistance with their pharmaceutical co-payments. The Program offers personal service to all patients through the use of CPR call counselors; personally guiding patients through the simple enrollment process.
Our Focus at Free Meds and Solutions is to provide you and your loved ones with programs that will save or eliminate prescription medicine costs ,as well as a number of associated assistance programs. Our site is designed to assist you in accessing the 100's of Patient Assistant Programs. We provide the most up-to-date information, qualifying criteria, applications and detailed instructions for these programs. We are available via email or our toll-free number with quick responses to any question that you or your Physician may have.
PSI is committed to assisting persons with chronic medical illnesses in accessing health insurance and pharmacy co-payment assistance. Developed in 1989, PSI is a non-profit charitable organization, primarily dedicated to subsidizing the high cost of health insurance premiums and pharmacy co-payments for persons with specific chronic illnesses and rare disorders. Families requiring assistance in maintaining the high cost of their health insurance premiums or co-payments are offered assistance based upon the severity of medical and financial need. PSI offers a "safety net" for persons who have expensive chronic illnesses and for those persons who "fall through the financial assistance cracks".
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