Rx Access - Helping Those in Need to Find RX Help Through Patient Assistance Programs And Discount Prescription Drugs
The high cost of prescription drugs is one reason why many people who need medications cannot take them as prescribed. Low-income populations, the elderly, uninsured or underinsured people often have to skip dosages or not take the medications that can save their lives because of the cost. What they do not know is that many pharmaceutical companies have discount prescription drugs that can assist these vulnerable populations in getting greatly discounted or free brand name medications.
Are you or someone you know struggling to pay for brand name prescriptions?
If so...there is help! And it is just a click away....
This year, pharmaceutical companies – Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers and many more – will give away BILLIONS of dollars in discount & free prescription drugs through their various Patient Assistance Programs.
For a nominal monthly fee, Rx Access helps connect you to the Prescription Assistance Programs that help you the most.
Advair, Abilify, Celebrex, Crestor, Cymbalta, Humalog, Januvia, Lantus, Lyrica, Namenda, Nexium, Seroquel XR, Spirvia, Symbicort, Truvada, Viagra and thousands of other expensive brand name medications – free!
Do you need a brand name prescription drug that you cannot afford?
Are high drug costs creating a financial burden for you and your family because you are uninsured or underinsured?
Welcome to Rx Access…your brand name prescription medication advocate.
Rx Access makes the process of applying for and receiving the free medications that you need simple, fast and frustration free.
Do you qualify? Click here It's so simple to fill out our online application!
Prescription Assistance Is Here!
Rx Access’s 3 Simple Steps to Free Brand Name Prescriptions
- Find out in 60 seconds if you qualify for free prescription drugs.
- Go to our secure online site to enroll (click here)
- An Rx Access advocate will connect you to your free prescription medications
After researching and selecting the Prescription Assistance Programs that best match your needs, Rx Access provides you with all of the completed paperwork needed to receive the free prescription drugs that you qualify for. You and your doctor sign the form(s) and mail them off to the drug manufacturer in pre-addressed envelopes.*
Become one of our many Rx Access clients and begin saving hundreds, even thousands of dollars every year in your prescription drug costs!
*Final approval is always up to each drug company. If you are denied, Rx Access advocates will help you file an appeal, or apply to other Patient Assistance Programs.
What is a Patient Assistance Program?
Famed talk-show host and spokesperson Montel Williams is spreading the word about the Patient Assistance Program, which is also referred to a prescription assistance program. This program is available to people who do not have health insurance, may be low-income, and cannot afford their expensive medications. Many seniors on fixed-incomes can also benefit from the Prescription Assistance Program’s discounted medication programs, while in the donut hole or if they are not enrolled in a Part D program.
Pharmaceutical companies make their brand name medications available to low income and uninsured (or under insured) patients for free (or significantly discounted) through Patient Assistance Programs (PAP), also called Prescription Assistance Programs. You may have heard of the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, PPARx, located online at (www.PPArx.org) popularized by PPARx spokesman Montel Williams. PPARx works hard on the behalf of America’s pharmaceutical research companies to spread awareness of the various Prescription Assistance Programs available to people with no health insurance and low incomes, and who are in need of prescription help.
There are currently more than 1,300 Prescription Assistance Programs accepting applications for the free brand name medications and discount medications they manufacture. Prescription Assistance Programs are not regulated, which means that each pharmaceutical company has its own qualifications, forms, processes for refills, and rules for re-qualifying for free medications. The requirements for these PAP’s, as well as the prescription help programs themselves, are constantly changing; the application and renewal process can be complex, fragmented, confusing, frustrating and time consuming for most qualifying patients.
Uninsured patients can work directly with the various pharmaceutical companies that manufacture the brand name drugs they need, or they can use the resources offered by Partnership for Prescription Assistance, but the statistics speak for themselves: most consumers who are 100% qualified to receive free brand name medications (or discount prescription drugs) fail to receive those free prescriptions because of the complexity of the process. Sadly, they leave the Patient Assistance Program frustrated and without the free medications they so critically need.
Rx Access is your free & discount prescription drug advocate!
Rx Access finds the low income prescription drug program that you are qualified to take advantage of, out of the 1,300 available – whether it’s for one prescription drug or twenty. Our average uninsured client takes 5 different free prescription drugs (or discount medications) and we have some clients who currently receive 16 free prescriptions every month!
Rx Access takes care of all of the complicated paperwork.
Rx Access adjusts your plan as your health status changes. For example, if you need prescription help for a new medication, Rx Access’ advocate team will work to find the free prescription drug program (or discount prescription drug program) that you qualify for at no additional costs.
Rx Access helps you to continue receiving prescription help from the Patient Assistance Programs you are accepted into, by taking care of the ongoing paperwork and maintenance of your qualifying status.
Rx Access offers you assistance in obtaining a Pharmacy Discount Card. Pharmacy Discount Cards can be used to obtain potentially huge savings (from 30-60% off) on generic drugs. Over 60,000 pharmacies currently accept Pharmacy Discount cards.
Rx Access – Prescription help without the hassle
Who does Rx Access Help?
If you are uninsured and need prescription help, Rx Access is your one stop connection to over 1,300 Patient Assistance Programs. For a nominal monthly fee, Rx Access helps connect you to the program that meets your prescription needs. Once you’re accepted into a program, we make sure that you keep benefiting from that program’s prescription help for as long as you qualify.
Healthcare Professionals (click here if you are an Healthcare Professional)
As a healthcare professional, you know that even with medical insurance and a reasonable income, the high costs of brand name prescription medications can push a family’s finances to the limit. If your patient has a low income, and is uninsured (or under insured), the high price of prescription medications can make your job infinitely more difficult, not to mention the devastating consequences this can have on your patient’s well being.
Rx Access works with hospitals, clinics, physician offices, social workers, case managers and non-profit organizations to help uninsured patients receive the prescription help, and often the free prescription drugs they need.
We want you to spend your valuable time doing what you do best. Leave the complicated paper-trail of Patient Assistance Programs to Rx Access.
Institutions (click here for our Institutional Division page)
Rx Access began as a low income prescription drug program to help individuals. Not surprisingly, we have found that institutions that are paying for their patient’s prescription drugs can use prescription help too! Rx Access can help your patients receive discount prescription drugs and free brand name drugs as their advocate in the Prescription Assistance Program process.
In addition to saving healthcare institutions money with our prescription help, we save your staff time and resources by handling the applications process as well as ongoing refills for your qualifying low income patients. We also provide an itemized bill for each free prescription or discount medication your patients receive.
Rx Access… Connecting patients to resources.
Most people who need prescription assistance programs are not aware of how to work with the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture and offer the rx help. They may not even know which pharmaceutical company to contact. That is why Rx Access simplifies the complicated process of getting the necessary medications for their patients. Rx Access does the work to get the patient qualified and enrolled for the free or discount prescription drugs offered by the drugs companies.
The process of going to the pharmaceutical company’s prescription assistance program can be daunting. There are many qualification criteria, forms, rules and processes that can be frustrating and confusing. For a small monthly fee, Rx Access cuts through all that red tape for their clients and ensures that they are receiving the right medications and timely refills. We make it very simple for you and your doctor.
The rules for the prescription assistance programs constantly change, further confusing the patient trying to get prescription assistance. At Rx Access, we monitor those changes constantly, make the necessary adjustments and make sure our clients are receiving the best rx help at all times.
Our goal is to help patients get their medications they cannot afford at no or very low cost, usually that means free medications for Rx Access patients. All the person has to do is complete the online application to determine eligibility, and Rx Access takes it from there. We have streamlined our online process to make it simple for you to fill out the online application. The Rx Access team of advocates will determine which pharmaceutical company to contact, and the necessary paperwork needed. Once the person is pre-qualified by Rx Access, our advocates send the completed forms that have to be signed by the person and their physician, which includes a pre-addressed envelope for mailing the forms to the pharmaceutical company. And detailed instructions for each application.
Rx Access patients have saved hundreds, even thousands of dollars on their prescription or maintenance medications annually. All of the information submitted is protected, confidential and secure. Whether a person is taking one medication or many medications, they can finally afford the brand name medicines their physician prescribed. And enjoy a longer, healthier life!
A list of the top 50 drugs we help patients get through various Patient Assistance Programs:
|Brand name prescription||Pharmaceutical Manufacturer
with Patient Assistance Program
|ProAir HFA Inhaler||Teva|
|Remicade||Johnson & Johnson|
|Risperdal||Johnson & Johnson|