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Medication & Co-pay help
  1. #1
    Donna G. Guest

    Default Medication & Co-pay help




    Got this information from a lung group I participate in. Thought some
    one might find some of the information helpful and useful!

    Here's a list of Web sites and organizations that provide information
    about patient assistance programs:

    Free Medicine Foundation: A nationwide patient advocacy program that
    links consumers to companies and organizations that provide free or
    no-cost prescriptions. http://www.freemedicinefoundation.com/

    Needy Meds: This site provides a roundup of prescription drug assistance
    from state, local and federal governments as well as foundations,
    organizations and companies. http://www.needymeds.com/

    The following is a list of organizations that directly provide financial
    help to patients who are uninsured or underinsured and need help with
    prescription drug co-pays, co-insurance or free drugs. Some of these
    organizations help people with specific illnesses while others are open
    to all.

    Partnership for Prescription Assistance: A clearinghouse for
    prescription drug assistance programs, including 150 pharmaceutical
    companies that offer help, this organization will assess your need and
    connect you with companies and programs that can help.
    https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php

    Patient Access Network Foundation: Offers assistance with insurance
    co-pays, co-insurance and other out of pocket health care costs. Health
    conditions covered include breast cancer, chemotherapy induced
    anemia/neutropenia, colorectal cancer and other cancers and lymphomas.
    http://www.patientaccessnetwork.org/

    Healthwell Foundation: A nonprofit foundation that provides co-payment
    and health insurance premium payments for individuals and families who
    earn no more than 400 percent of the federal poverty level and who
    suffer from conditions where funding is available.
    http://www.healthwellfoundation.org/index.aspx

    Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief Program: Covers co-pays and
    co-insurance for prescriptions taken for an eligible medical condition,
    including cancer, diabetes and macular degeneration.
    http://www.copays.org/

    Patient Services Incorporated: Provides financial assistance with
    co-pays and co-insurance for patients with certain medical conditions
    and also pays for medical supplies needed by patients with bleeding
    disorders. http://www.uneedpsi.org/cms400min/index.aspx

    Cancer Care: Provides limited financial assistant grants for
    transportation, child care and home care; also provides counseling and
    assistance for cancer patients.
    http://www.cancercare.org/

    National Organization for Rare Disorders: Helps patients pay for
    prescriptions they can't afford as well as medications that are not yet
    on the market. Rare diseases covered include HIV/AIDs, Alzheimer's
    disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
    http://www.rarediseases.org/

    Caring Voice Coalition: Offers assistance in paying for prescription
    drugs to patients with pulmonary hypertension, idiopathic pulmonary
    fibrosis or Alpha 1.
    http://www.caringvoice.org/

    Chronic Disease Fund: Offers assistance with co-pays and co-insurance
    for drugs needed by patients with certain chronic conditions. Patients
    who have no drug insurance may get free medications as long as they meet
    income, asset and medical condition guidelines. http://www.cdfund.org/

    The above and three pages of advice at:
    http://www.bankrate.com/dls/news/ins...4.asp?caret=2c

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    Donna
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    1.) ANGELS EXIST, but some times, since they don't all have wings, we
    call them FRIENDS......


    2.) May God's richest blessings be
    upon you both today and
    throughout the year.
    May His blessings flow through
    you to touch the lives of
    everyone you meet.


  2. #2
    Leslie & The Furbabies in MO. Guest

    Default Re: Medication & Co-pay help

    WOW! Thank you for taking the time to find all these resources. I'll be
    checking out each and every one of them.

    You are the bestest!

    Leslie

    "Donna G." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >
    >
    >
    > Got this information from a lung group I participate in. Thought some
    > one might find some of the information helpful and useful!
    >
    > Here's a list of Web sites and organizations that provide information
    > about patient assistance programs:
    >
    > Free Medicine Foundation: A nationwide patient advocacy program that
    > links consumers to companies and organizations that provide free or
    > no-cost prescriptions. http://www.freemedicinefoundation.com/
    >
    > Needy Meds: This site provides a roundup of prescription drug assistance
    > from state, local and federal governments as well as foundations,
    > organizations and companies. http://www.needymeds.com/
    >
    > The following is a list of organizations that directly provide financial
    > help to patients who are uninsured or underinsured and need help with
    > prescription drug co-pays, co-insurance or free drugs. Some of these
    > organizations help people with specific illnesses while others are open
    > to all.
    >
    > Partnership for Prescription Assistance: A clearinghouse for
    > prescription drug assistance programs, including 150 pharmaceutical
    > companies that offer help, this organization will assess your need and
    > connect you with companies and programs that can help.
    > https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php
    >
    > Patient Access Network Foundation: Offers assistance with insurance
    > co-pays, co-insurance and other out of pocket health care costs. Health
    > conditions covered include breast cancer, chemotherapy induced
    > anemia/neutropenia, colorectal cancer and other cancers and lymphomas.
    > http://www.patientaccessnetwork.org/
    >
    > Healthwell Foundation: A nonprofit foundation that provides co-payment
    > and health insurance premium payments for individuals and families who
    > earn no more than 400 percent of the federal poverty level and who
    > suffer from conditions where funding is available.
    > http://www.healthwellfoundation.org/index.aspx
    >
    > Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief Program: Covers co-pays and
    > co-insurance for prescriptions taken for an eligible medical condition,
    > including cancer, diabetes and macular degeneration.
    > http://www.copays.org/
    >
    > Patient Services Incorporated: Provides financial assistance with
    > co-pays and co-insurance for patients with certain medical conditions
    > and also pays for medical supplies needed by patients with bleeding
    > disorders. http://www.uneedpsi.org/cms400min/index.aspx
    >
    > Cancer Care: Provides limited financial assistant grants for
    > transportation, child care and home care; also provides counseling and
    > assistance for cancer patients.
    > http://www.cancercare.org/
    >
    > National Organization for Rare Disorders: Helps patients pay for
    > prescriptions they can't afford as well as medications that are not yet
    > on the market. Rare diseases covered include HIV/AIDs, Alzheimer's
    > disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
    > http://www.rarediseases.org/
    >
    > Caring Voice Coalition: Offers assistance in paying for prescription
    > drugs to patients with pulmonary hypertension, idiopathic pulmonary
    > fibrosis or Alpha 1.
    > http://www.caringvoice.org/
    >
    > Chronic Disease Fund: Offers assistance with co-pays and co-insurance
    > for drugs needed by patients with certain chronic conditions. Patients
    > who have no drug insurance may get free medications as long as they meet
    > income, asset and medical condition guidelines. http://www.cdfund.org/
    >
    > The above and three pages of advice at:
    > http://www.bankrate.com/dls/news/ins...4.asp?caret=2c
    >
    > .
    > .
    > .
    > .
    >
    > Donna
    > .
    > .
    > .
    > .
    > 1.) ANGELS EXIST, but some times, since they don't all have wings, we
    > call them FRIENDS......
    >
    >
    > 2.) May God's richest blessings be
    > upon you both today and
    > throughout the year.
    > May His blessings flow through
    > you to touch the lives of
    > everyone you meet.
    >



  3. #3
    d'huit Guest

    Default Re: Medication & Co-pay help

    thanks for this, donnag. i passed it on to my elder sister, who just
    retired this year at age 67.

    kate
    "Donna G." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..



    Got this information from a lung group I participate in. Thought some
    one might find some of the information helpful and useful!

    Here's a list of Web sites and organizations that provide information
    about patient assistance programs:

    Free Medicine Foundation: A nationwide patient advocacy program that
    links consumers to companies and organizations that provide free or
    no-cost prescriptions. http://www.freemedicinefoundation.com/

    Needy Meds: This site provides a roundup of prescription drug assistance
    from state, local and federal governments as well as foundations,
    organizations and companies. http://www.needymeds.com/

    The following is a list of organizations that directly provide financial
    help to patients who are uninsured or underinsured and need help with
    prescription drug co-pays, co-insurance or free drugs. Some of these
    organizations help people with specific illnesses while others are open
    to all.

    Partnership for Prescription Assistance: A clearinghouse for
    prescription drug assistance programs, including 150 pharmaceutical
    companies that offer help, this organization will assess your need and
    connect you with companies and programs that can help.
    https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php

    Patient Access Network Foundation: Offers assistance with insurance
    co-pays, co-insurance and other out of pocket health care costs. Health
    conditions covered include breast cancer, chemotherapy induced
    anemia/neutropenia, colorectal cancer and other cancers and lymphomas.
    http://www.patientaccessnetwork.org/

    Healthwell Foundation: A nonprofit foundation that provides co-payment
    and health insurance premium payments for individuals and families who
    earn no more than 400 percent of the federal poverty level and who
    suffer from conditions where funding is available.
    http://www.healthwellfoundation.org/index.aspx

    Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief Program: Covers co-pays and
    co-insurance for prescriptions taken for an eligible medical condition,
    including cancer, diabetes and macular degeneration.
    http://www.copays.org/

    Patient Services Incorporated: Provides financial assistance with
    co-pays and co-insurance for patients with certain medical conditions
    and also pays for medical supplies needed by patients with bleeding
    disorders. http://www.uneedpsi.org/cms400min/index.aspx

    Cancer Care: Provides limited financial assistant grants for
    transportation, child care and home care; also provides counseling and
    assistance for cancer patients.
    http://www.cancercare.org/

    National Organization for Rare Disorders: Helps patients pay for
    prescriptions they can't afford as well as medications that are not yet
    on the market. Rare diseases covered include HIV/AIDs, Alzheimer's
    disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
    http://www.rarediseases.org/

    Caring Voice Coalition: Offers assistance in paying for prescription
    drugs to patients with pulmonary hypertension, idiopathic pulmonary
    fibrosis or Alpha 1.
    http://www.caringvoice.org/

    Chronic Disease Fund: Offers assistance with co-pays and co-insurance
    for drugs needed by patients with certain chronic conditions. Patients
    who have no drug insurance may get free medications as long as they meet
    income, asset and medical condition guidelines. http://www.cdfund.org/

    The above and three pages of advice at:
    http://www.bankrate.com/dls/news/ins...4.asp?caret=2c

    ..
    ..
    ..
    ..

    Donna
    ..
    ..
    ..
    ..
    1.) ANGELS EXIST, but some times, since they don't all have wings, we
    call them FRIENDS......


    2.) May God's richest blessings be
    upon you both today and
    throughout the year.
    May His blessings flow through
    you to touch the lives of
    everyone you meet.



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