Have you just come back from the pharmacy, wondering how you’re going to afford a new medication your doctor just prescribed?
Have you been scouring the internet looking for alternative solutions, and have only come up with loose ends?
Well Laura C. from Florida was in a situation just like yours. Here is what she did to get her medication at a fraction of the cost she would normally pay at her pharmacy.
Who else is this happening too?
There are many Americans just like you who can’t afford their medications. It’s a serious problem in the United States that affects 50 million Americans every year.
According to Forbes, drug prices in America have been increasing for the last 10 years and are predicted to continue to rise until consumers can’t support it. Most already can’t!
The Federal Department of Employment has reported wages have fallen for the last 8 year (when accounting for inflation).
This widespread problem is made worse as an estimated 50 million Americans aren't covered by insurance. Why not? They can’t afford it!
The Government isn't helping. Why? Probably because pharmacies spend $157 million dollars in lobbying to keep congress from passing any laws that could lessen their profits.
So what should you do?
Ask For Help
When Laura realized she needed help, she tried several different things. She asked her doctor for generics, but there were none that would work for her. Nobody could help and it seemed like nobody cared about what she was going through. Nobody was there to sit down and talk with her about her situation.
Laura was desperate and couldn’t give up. She needed her medication to go on living!
But if she didn’t get help she would soon be out of money.
She had already started taking half the prescribed doses in order to stretch out the few doses she had left..
That is when Laura called Prescription Lifeline and asked for help.
Who is Prescription Lifeline?
Prescription Lifeline is America’s largest Prescription Advocacy company and has been operating for over 15 years.
So far, we’ve helped 114,942 Americans receive $500,309,561 worth of financial assistance.
We help our members apply for a special type of financial aid call Patient Assistance Programs, or PAPs for short.
These programs are government mandated and operated by large pharmaceutical companies. But PAPs are difficult to apply to because of very strict guidelines. One PAP manager estimated that 88% of applications are denied because of errors on the application. If you need your medications as soon as possible, we don’t recommend that you try to do this yourself.
What Do We Recommend?
What is the first thing you should do when you can afford important prescriptions?
The first thing we do is sit our new members down and listen to their situation.
We write down exactly what their prescription needs are.
After that we see what options are available to them.
We work with more than 270 different Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) that cover 1000's of different medications and see which one our new member qualifies for.
We can tell you if you qualify for any program in 15 minutes.
Call us now at (888) 331-1002 to see if you qualify.
Once you qualify, you will be accepted as a member and we guarantee that your first application will be accepted into a Patient Assistance Program. (If you follow our simple, easy, crystal clear instructions.)
Each Patient Assistance Program would normally require you to reapply every 3 months for you to get another supply of your medication.
But once you are accepted and a member of Prescription Lifeline, we handle all reapplications for you. This means that you don’t have to worry about filling out paperwork perfectly every month to keep receiving medication.
Some of our members have been with us for 10 years and they have never had to worry about reapplying to a Patient Assistance Program.
What can you expect as a member?
These Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) save our average member $3,000 a year on prescription drugs.
Isn’t $3,000 worth 15 minutes of your time?
We’ve had 1,387 new members join this past month! Here is what they have to say.
If you need help with expensive medications, call (888) 331-1002