Save on Prescriptions
We’re committed to lowering your prescription costs. If you or a covered dependent is taking a medication, including insulin, that costs more than $200 per month, we may be able to help lower or eliminate your out-of-pocket costs.
How do I get started?
It’s simple. Just call to speak with a member of our Pharmacy Assistance Team: 385-247-1030. We provide free prescription assessments and let you know if there are any savings opportunities (even if the medications you are taking cost less than $200 per month).
Remember: When you are prescribed a new medication, be sure to let us know and we can help you find ways to save.
What About Diabetes Medication and Testing Supplies?
If you or a dependent has Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, you know that treating and managing the condition is absurdly expensive. In fact, those with diabetes pay an average of $16,750 per year for care, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The good news is that we have a plan in place to help called the Diabetes Patient Care Program. Call us, and we can help lower or eliminate your diabetes-associated costs.