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Low-Cost Drugs for Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Pharmacy and Organization Programs

The Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) Co-Pay Relief Program (CPR)

Provides direct financial support to insured patients, including Medicare Part D beneficiaries, who must financially and medically qualify to access pharmaceutical co-payment assistance. The program offers personal service to all patients through the use of call counselors; personally guiding patients through the enrollment process. http://www.copays.org/.


FreeDrugCard.us

Contact Information 1-(866) 410-4225 (phone)

For participating pharmacies please visit http://www.freedrugcard.us

This is a free prescription drug discount card program that is open to everyone. You are not required to fill out an application. You can save an average of over 30% with savings as high as 75% on your prescriptions through this program. To obtain drug pricing, search participating pharmacies, and to download a membership card that can be used immediately go to their website. If you do not have access to the Internet call (Toll Free) 866-410-4225 and they will mail you a card. Participating pharmacies include the following: Walgreens, Kroger, Rite Aid, Publix, Osco, Walmart, Eckerd Drugs, SAV-ON, Longs Drug Store, Brooks Pharmacy, Winn Dixie, Albertsons, Super Fresh, and Target.


HealthAllies Enhanced program

Recommended by the World Association of Persons with disAbilities [WAPD] http://www.wapd.org

HealthAllies, a division of United Healthcare, has developed the highest quality and most innovative health savings program in the country. This is a Health Discount Program NOT a health insurance plan.

This savings program will also work with benefits not provided by existing insurance plans or Medicare. A wise consumer will consider utilizing this enhanced program provided through HealthAllies in order to maximize the use of your dollars to cover out-of-pocket expenses. This program will provide nationwide discounts on out of pocket costs such as primary care doctors, hospital and outpatient surgery centers, physical therapy, prescription drugs, dental and eye-care services, hearing, wellness, chiropractic, alternative medicine, laboratory tests, 24 hour nurse access by phone, and more.

The HealthAllies Enhanced program is affordable at only $19.95 per month*. This program covers the entire family. I suggest you look at their web site www.healthylife.optumhealthallies.com for more detailed information or call 866-781-9030 to speak to one of their enrollment specialists or to request additional information.


Express-Scripts

Contact Information: Express Scripts Specialty Distribution Services P.O. Box 66536 St. Louis, MO 63166-6536 1-(800) 769-3880 (phone)

Physician requests should be directed to: 1-(800) 769-3880 (phone)

Rx Outreach is a patient assistance program that offers patients access to more than 125 safe and affordable medications. Medications in this program cost $20, $30, or $40 for each 90-day supply, depending on the medication. Click here to visit the program's web site.


PS Card (Prescription Savings Card)

Contact Information PS Card (Prescription Savings Card) 1-(888) 516-2535 (phone) PS Card Web site

The PS Card allows card users to access discounted pricing for all prescription drugs at their local pharmacy. Discounts are up to 50% off the cash price for virtually all generic and brand-name prescription drugs at over 53,000 participating pharmacies nationwide. The PS Card is free and requires no membership. All individuals are eligible, regardless of employment, income, age, gender, or citizenship. A temporary PS Card may be printed from the website http://www.pscard.com. A permanent, personalized card may be requested on the website http://www.pscard.com or by phone (888-516-2535) at no cost to the user.

The mission of PS Card is to allow individuals with no prescription drug insurance to enjoy pricing discounts usually available only to members of benefit networks. The PS Card program is not insurance. Personal information is not required from the user to obtain the discounted pricing for their prescription. All prescription pricing is processed by a third-party pharmacy benefit services provider, so all prescription information is kept fully confidential. Please see the program web site at http://www.pscard.com to price prescriptions at local pharmacies and see other ways to save money on prescriptions.


The Benefits Check Up Rx

This service will provide you with a confidential, personalized report of public and private programs that can help you save money on some or all of your prescription drugs. Just give them some basic information and they will check your potential eligibility for over 260 programs, including more than 1,450 prescription drugs. It is from the office of aging, but do not let that deter you, the programs are for anybody who needs help. Go HERE to fill in the form to find help with your prescription prices.


AARP's Discount Mail Order Program.

Call 800-289-8849 or go to this link.


Accessing Free Medication - The Patient's Advocate


Destination RX. Compare prices among several plans


Disability Resources. A nonprofit org. that provides information about resources for independent living. Resources listed by by state.


Partnership for Prescription Assistance. For a free directory, call 800-762-4636 or go to their website.


Needy Meds.


Patient Assistance Directory Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America

Call for booklet: 1-888-477-2669 . At least 42 companies will provide free medicine to uninsured patients in need. Your Doctor must attest it would be a hardship for you to buy them.

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