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Prescription Assistance Program

The Rx Helper was founded to help solve the problem of the uninsured and under-insured needing prescription assistance for medications in America.The Rx Helper helps to qualify patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for little or no money through what is known as prescription assistance.

 

We bring together America’s pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get medications through prescription assistance programs that are right for them.Our mission is to increase awareness of patient assistance and boost enrollment of those who are eligible through a variety of prescription assistance programs.

 

 

 

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We can obtain over 1,500 FDA-approved brand-name medications from the top U.S.

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Prescription Drug Coverage for Patients Who Use Prozac

Affording essential medications without sufficient prescription drug coverage can be difficult for many patients. Prozac is a medication that is commonly prescribed to treat depression or anxiety, but without assistance, it can be very expensive. Millions of people suffer from depression and anxiety, which makes

Clear Up Grass Pollen Allergies with Prescription Coverage

Clear Up Grass Pollen Allergies with Prescription Coverage

If you or your child has a grass pollen allergy and requires prescription medication to prevent an allergic reaction, you may find that you cannot afford the cost. Fortunately, The RX Helper has come up with programs to help with prescription coverage in those that have

New Allergy Pen to Compete with High Cost of EpiPen

New Allergy Pen to Compete with High Cost of EpiPen

A popular topic recently in pharmaceutical news concerning our country is the rising cost of the allergy pen. With only three brands on the market, it seems as though the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture these pen injectors are making good use of the monopoly. Epipen,