Many patients have difficulty affording the cost of their prescription drugs, regardless of whether they are insured. This is especially expensive for newer drugs that do not have a generic equivalent.
People can often get help with the cost of their medicines from public and private programs. Some programs let people buy drugs at discounted prices. Others help people who can't afford any part of their medicine costs.
Many programs exist to help patients afford their medication.
Some prescription drug manufacturers operate programs that directly support the uninsured or privately-insured patient for use of the manufacturer's products.
These Prescription Discount Cards function similarly to coupons, but work for multiple fills of one drug, or for multiple drugs.
The manufacturer distributes coupons in paper or electronic form that the patient brings to the pharmacy and uses to get a discount on their cost-sharing
These coupons can be distributed through providers, or directly to patients via mass media or websites.
An electronic process that activates discounts in pharmacy computer systems but does not require a physical coupon or card.
Coupon By Disease
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