What is a Prescription Assistance Program (PAP)?
Prescription Assistance Programs (PAPs) offer free medicines to Americans who meet qualification guidelines and do not have prescription medicine insurance. Most are provided by the drug firms who manufacture the medicines.
Who is PrescriptionProgram.net?
PrescriptionProgram.net is a firm that assists qualified individuals access their brand name prescriptions for free directly from the prescription drug companies. Since PAPs are not regulated, each pharmaceutical manufacturer has its own guidelines, long forms, processes for refills, rules for re-qualifying, and hoops you have to go through to access and remain in their program. It is confusing, convoluted, fragmented, and time-consuming! And there are unceasing changes to drug companies' forms and rules, making it very grueling for patients to do it on their own that is why so many individuals decide to make use of our program.
Who can benefit from this program?
This service is designed for individuals and families struggling to pay for their medications that can save money by utilizing our program.
What if I am enrolled in a Medicare Part D plan?
If you are currently participating in a Medicare Part D plan and are in the Medicare Part D Gap, or "Donut Hole", you can still qualify for this program with most prescription drug makers.
What if I have a discount card or a pharmacy card?
Normally you can save the most dollars by utilizing your discount or pharmacy card where it is advantageous and use our program for brand name drugs. Enroll online to see if we can assist you. If we cannot help you, you will not be charged.
What if my health insurance won't pay for my prescription medication?
If you have a brand name prescription and your medical insurance company has denied paying for it, email us your specifics at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we can help. If we can't help, you will not be charged.
Is this program insurance?
No, this is not an insurance product nor associated with any Medicare, state, or governmental programs.
How many drugs will you help me with?
We will assist you with as many medications as possible for the same low monthly service fee. There is no limit!
Do I have to be a US resident to enroll in your program?
Yes, you must be a US resident to qualify with most drug companies.
What does your program cost?
There is a low monthly service fee of $55 for as many brand name prescriptions as we can help you with. You will never be charges this fee if we are unable to help you. This fee allows us to keep you going in the program and covers processing of your refills, re-qualification, and any changes. If we cannot help you, we will not charge you. See our refund policy for details.
Where will my drugs be shipped?
Your prescription drugs are shipped directly from the pharmaceutical companies. Each pharmaceutical company is a little different. Some will ship to your home; others will want to send it to your physician's office. We will let you know where and when they are being shipped.
Do I need to do anything to get my refills?
Nope. Once you enroll in our program, your Personal Advocate will handle everything for you and process your refills for you ahead of time so you will have your next shipment prior to running out of your current supply.
What is your policy on refunds?
If we cannot save you money, we do not want you to pay for our service because we are here to help. We will refund your money if you do not qualify for the PAP programs that result in a savings for you, assuming you provided us complete and accurate information. You may request a refund by submitting all the denial letters from the drug companies involved within 120 days of enrolling in our program to your Personal Advocate.
What if I have questions? Who can I contact?
Please email your questions in detail to email@example.com or call us at 877-206-1918. A Personal Advocate will respond with answers to ensure you fully understand our program. We are here to help!