Copay / Financial Help for Prescription Medication

Many are unable to afford prescribed medication for their health condition!

Many chronic health conditions require expensive medication for treatment just to allow for survival. Many would not have been able to access infusion treatments / other medications were it not for the financial assistance that has been provided by the drug companies themselves and other charitable organizations. Even with great health insurance including Medicare the patient is often responsible for 20% of the cost of a treatment or a copay for a medication. With medications such as Remicade, Humira, Insulin, and the like, that could mean hundreds to thousands of dollars each treatment. There is help! Read below.

Now many pharmaceutical companies have their own copay support programs.

I find the following website to be a great tool to find financial / copay help for almost any prescribed medication: Visit the link below:

https://medicineassistancetool.org/

If you are not able to afford your prescription medication for your health condition then please consult with your doctor’s office and they will be able to help you as well. It is a great idea to stay in contact with your prescribing doctor about anything regarding the medication or treatment.

Also, with open season coming up for the Healthcare Marketplace, you can always try to pick a healthcare plan that will cover more of your medication / treatment. Discuss with your healthcare provider and/or insurance broker.

Best of luck out there and I hope you can afford your medication!

Thanks,

Isaac Levinsky

About Isaac Levinsky

Isaac Levinsky writes about my Crohn’s Disease story, about life, chronic illness and finding hope and meaning through it all! Unique insight as I am a psychologist!
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