Already have a discount card?
Discount card programs have been around for more than a decade, and many claim to offer the best discounts or lowest cost for the important drugs we need. If you already have one of these cards and are using it at your local pharmacy, you may want to compare it to the savings you'll receive using the Healthcare Reform Rx card. Typically, you'll save much more, regardless of the medications you require, using the Healthcare Reform Rx card over any existing discount card available today.
Contact your pharmacist to help you compare programs. You'll be glad you did.
Insurance vs. The Card
- WHICH IS BETTER?
- WHICH ONE WILL SAVE ME MORE MONEY?
- CAN I USE BOTH?
If you presently have insurance with a prescription drug benefit, chances are you also have a copay due each time you have a prescription filled at your local pharmacy. Depending on the amount of your copay, the Healthcare Reform Rx card may save you money by comparison.
It's important to remember, you cannot use both for the same prescription, but you can use whichever program saves you the most. In some instances, where the retail cost of a drug is high, your insurance benefit will most likely save the most money. In instances when your pharmacist is filling a commonly prescribed, everyday drug, the discount you receive using your Healthcare Reform Rx card will save the most money.
Most pharmacists will happily compare prices using your insurance and the Healthcare Reform Rx card to help their customers pay the lowest possible price for every prescription filled.