Some drug manufacturers and pharmacies offer financial assistance for patients who present a need. If your prescription is not listed below, please call our office so we can direct you further.
Other Patient-Assistance Programs:
Advair Diskus and HFA
Clarinex - D
Flovent Diskus and HFA
NeedyMeds.org lets patients search for applicable programs, download applications, search for local help with paperwork, and find assistance based on location or disease.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps match patients to more than 475 private and public programs with the aid of an online tool. It also has helpful information on other forms of assistance, such as help with co-payments and premiums.
RxAssist.org allows patients to search a database of patient-assistance programs by medication. It provides tip sheets on getting free or low-cost medications, information on co pays, generic drugs, and other types of assistance programs.
Discount Drug Cards:
Together Rx Access: Sponsored by nine major drug companies, this free card offers 20% to 40% discounts on retail prices for more than 300 drugs.
Pfizer offers a separate discount cards for many of thier medications. Discounts range from 15% to 50%
Obtaining Low-Cost-Generic Drugs
Rx Outreach offers more than 350 generic medications at a cost of $30 to $95 for 180-day supplies.
Xubex Pharmaceutical Services offers more than 250 generic medications at a cost of $20 to $30 for most 90-day supplies.
Walmart, Target, Safeway, and other retail chains offer many generic drugs at $4 for a 30-day supply with no eligibility restrictions. Several chains have recently lowered prices on 90-day supplies to $10 to $15.