Pharmaceutical companies in the United States sponsor Patient Assistant Programs to help patients who qualify receive medications free of charge. They began offering these programs over 50 years ago to those who did not have access to prescription drug insurance coverage and had a hardship with affording their prescription drugs. These companies still offer these same programs today, regardless of age or their employment status. The problem is that each company has their own unique, special qualifications, guidelines and application process. In addition, many patients who qualify didn’t know they existed.
Are All Medications Covered Under This Program?
Normally the Patient Assistant Programs provide many name brand as well as generic drugs. Those used to treat many health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, allergies, high blood pressure, pain management, and cancer are included. Examples of specific medications often available are as follows: Lipitor, Norvasc, Zoloft, Plavix, Paxil, Glucophage,ToprolXL, Zocor, Nexim, Flovent, Advair, Diskus, Prevacid, Insulin,Valtrex, Lyrica, Cosopt, Cozzaar, Fosamax, Fosamax Plus D, and Hyzaar.
Who is Eligible for the Patient Assistance Program?
The basic requirements for the program are that you do not have prescription drug coverage (or qualify for a government program that provides this coverage) and you meet certain financial restrictions. However, there are no age, or employment status restrictions. The eligibility criteria for the Patient Assistance Programs vary from pharmaceutical company to pharmaceutical company, and may even vary within that company depending on the specific medication.
To start the process to see if you qualify, you may email me at email@example.com or call: (888) 287 0929 or click HERE
Then go to the bottom of the page where it reads: "Can't afford to pay for your medications, even with a discount card?"
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