The Medicine Program is a patient advocacy organization helping individuals and families all across America get access to up to 2,500 prescription medications available today for free or nearly free of charge through Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs).
Patient Assistance Programs have already helped millions of Americans afford their prescription medicine. We at TheMedicineProgram.com help eligible patients navigate through almost 450 programs in order to make the process simple, effective and efficient.
The seeming run-away prices of prescription drugs are putting great financial pressure on American families everywhere. The cost of Rx drugs is rising faster than virtually any other health care related cost. You feel the sticker shock not only because of the rising cost but also because your insurance is paying for less and less of the cost. In addition, according to eMedicalNews, cash-strapped employers are cutting back on employee’s and retiree’s health benefits, leaving folks of all ages searching for more affordable prescription drug coverage.
For years major pharmaceutical companies have sponsored Patient Assistance Programs (PAP). The good part is that there are 450 programs can help some individuals and families qualify for 2,500 free or nearly free prescription medicine regardless of age. The bad part is that the program requirements are constantly changing and the process to qualify for assistance may be confusing and time-consuming. Furthermore, some of the healthcare providers are not familiar with the individual patient assistance program criteria or the overall application process.
The Medicine Program is a Patient Advocate Organization and is FREE service. Our goal at The Medicine Program is to assist you and your family find, apply and qualify for the right Patient Assistance Program(s). Whether you’re suffering from pain and injuries, that are related to accidents at workand car accidents, like whiplash, or chronic conditions like diabetes, repetitive stress injuries, hypertension, chronic low back pain, we are here to help. By working closely with you, your doctor and the prescription drug manufacturers we help cut through the red tape and assist you in receiving your medicine free or almost free-of-charge.