WNCT9 prescription savings story

GREENVILLE N.C. (WNCT) – Pharmacy prices can differ from store to store and should be treated like buying a car.

Most people think of just going to the pharmacy closest to them instead of looking around for their medication.

When in reality, it can differ by sometimes a significant amount.

There are different ways that you can go about finding these prices.

Certain apps will bring up every pharmacy within a number of miles of your current location.

From there, you type in the medication that you’re looking for and all of the prices will come up right in front of you.

A creator of one of those apps says he looks for the cheapest prices for everything else – so why not do it for our medication.

“Any pharmacies have an in store savings program for low cost drugs,” said Shawn Ohri, creator of ScriptSave WellRx. “But it doesn’t mean all drugs are low cost at that pharmacy, they’re bringing in a good number of prescriptions at a low cost but there may be others that don’t have a low cost.”

You can find apps like this in the Apple Store or the Google Play Store.

Some are free and others require a subscription.

9 On Your Side looked up some of the top medications used in Greenville and found a difference of almost $30 in some of the different locations, showing it really does work to look before you shop.

Top 10 Drugs (non-controls)  Greenville, NC
Reporting Period: Jan 2017 – June 2017
Date Prepared: 07/27/2017
Rank Drug     Lowest Pharmacy
1 AMLODIPINE BESYLATE     Harris Teeter Pharmacy
2 Generic form of Norvasc (High blood pressure, chest pain)

ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM

    Hometown Discount Pharmacy of Greenville
3 Generic form of Lipitor (High Cholesterol)

HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE

    Harris Teeter Pharmacy
4 Waterpill/Diuretic (High blood pressure and fluid retention)

METOPROLOL SUCCINATE

    Rite Aid Pharmacy
5 Generic form of Toprol (High blood pressure, chest pain, and heart failure)

GABAPENTIN

    Rite Aid Pharmacy
6 Generic form of Neurontin (Nerve pain medication – very common)

METOPROLOL TARTRATE

    Walmart Pharmacy
7 Generic form of Lopressor (High blood pressure, chest pain, and heart failure)

LEVOTHYROXINE SODIUM

    Walmart Pharmacy
8 Generic form of Synthroid (Thyroid hormone)

SERTRALINE HCL

    Harris Teeter Pharmacy
9 Generic form of Zoloft (Anxiety/Deperession)

LISINOPRIL

    Harris Teeter Pharmacy
10 Very common heart failure / high blood pressure medication.

PREDNISONE  Steroid used for inflammation.

    Walmart Pharmacy
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We price compare for everything from shoes to SUV’s. So why not for medicine? Especially for those uninsured, there are way to save thousands a year. Shrinking your pill bill may start with a few clicks. ScriptSave WellRx compared the generic form of the cholesterol drug, Crestor (rosuvastatin calcium), across the tri-state area.

It could cost you as much as $105.77 for a 10mg month’s supply but according to SciptSave WellRx, using it’s service and savings card, you could price shop that cash, no insurance price down to $16.70. A savings of $89.07.

Be a Smart Healthcare Consumer

“It just pays to be a smart consumer, even in healthcare, you need to be a healthcare consumer, instead of a healthcare patient,” said Shawn Ohri, of ScriptSave WellRx.

Big box stores, groceries and drug stores all offer membership clubs and discount cards to save on the sky-rocketing cost of medicine.

Free memberships in online services like ScriptSave WellRx, websites that provide coupons and negotiate discounts with pharmacies, allow your fingers to do the walking before you do the running around.

“There are many cases where we can actually beat your insurance co-pay, or if you’re in a high deductible health plan there are many cases where our price may be lower,” Ohri said.

For example, according to ScriptSave WellRx, in the low-income areas of the Bronx, the generic version of the popular sleep aid, Lunesta, for someone with no insurance can cost six times more at one store than at a pharmacy less than a mile away.

At Us Pharmacy lab in Northvale, New Jersey, Pharmacist David Yoon feels the comparison services are a good starting point for consumers looking to save.

“It’s not 100-percent accurate, but it gives you a ball park figure who’s cheapest in your neighborhood,” Yoon said.

Ohri suggests always calling the pharmacy to get an updated actual price. And, most importantly, steer clear of expensive name brand medication if it’s okay with your doctor to use the generic form.

“The price difference is astronomical. Sometimes the brand names can cost 50 to 100 times more, especially in the cases where you don’t have insurance,” Yoon said.

Pharmacists also recommend no matter where you are filling your scripts, consider the relationship with the provider and the safety which comes with having all your records on file.

The big takeaway: There are other ways to save. Ask your pharmacy what the cash or retail price of your prescription is it just might beat your insurance price. Price match. If you see a lower price somewhere else, ask your pharmacy to match or beat it. If they want to keep your business they will. And ask your doctor about an assistance program. If you qualify, you could get the prescription for free.

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by Kirstin Cole, PIX 11 News, New York

Unlock secret savings on prescriptionsIt’s a growing strain on our bottom line:  more Americans taking ever more prescribed medications and spending more of their income to do it.

The toll is evident, as one in 10 of us can’t afford our medications and are simply going without.  It’s what’s inspired one group to use the insider info they gained working in the pharmaceutical business to beat the drug sellers at their own game.

Here’s how to unlock your own secret savings, necessary since prescription pills are a daily way of life for nearly 60 percent of Americans, and it’s pricey.

Natalie Stelzer of Brooklyn Heights was blunt: “They are off the charts.  So expensive. Co-pays are dismal.”

Even as politicians in Washington duke it out over health care reform, Americans continue to spend more on medications — up to a  projected $457 billion in 2015, and rising.

Robert Gibbons of Brooklyn Heights worries as he sees what his mother faces when it comes to her prescription dugs.  He sums it up as  “backward and profiteering.”

That’s where  ScriptSave WellRx comes in.

Shawn Ohri and his team decided to tackle it.  They’re insiders who’ve worked with pharmacies and drug makers for decades, and they’re committed to bringing savings to consumers.

“Customers can save up 80 percent off retail cost of prescriptions.  In 2016  we saved 1.3 billion dollars on their prescription costs.”

The comparison shopping all happens on their app and website, ScriptSave WellRx, and the savings can be stunning.

We comparison shopped for Crestor, the cholesterol drug, using the area around PIX11 in midtown.  Within a few blocks we found it for as little as $18, and all the way up to $239.

Whether with insurance, or without, Ohri’s company uses bulk buying of medicines to negotiate cheaper prices on drugs, often beating your insurance company’s pricing.

Other secret ways to save? Picking up one prescription where you grocery shop, another might be cheaper at the drug store, and yet another at a big box chain. The app does the leg work for you, wherever you live, work or shop.

Ohri explained that, “On top of that you are going to get our discount because of our group volume.  We’ve done all the negotiating with pharmacies.”

And with these negotiations, we all come out healthier winners.

See the entire story on Pix11.com.

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Doctor speaking to patient about medications

TUCSON, AZ–(Marketwired – Aug 9, 2017) – VUCA Health announced today that ScriptSave, a provider of prescription savings solutions and decision support tools helping close the gaps in prescription coverage, will employ its on-demand medication video library to improve medication information and drive better care outcomes for ScriptSave WellRx members.

ScriptSave’s prescription savings program, along with VUCA’s innovative video service, will work together to increase prescription medication adherence by providing patient education in an easy to consume format, thus improving care while enhancing and simplifying the member experience.

Improving Medication Adherence

“It is well documented that two of the key pillars for medication adherence are providing access to affordable medications and the information they need to feel empowered about taking them,” said Shawn Ohri, Vice President, Business Development, ScriptSave. “By implementing VUCA’s on-demand video library, our members can receive accurate health information, in a format that is easy to understand and accessible anytime, anywhere.”

In partnering with VUCA, ScriptSave WellRx members will have access to a robust library of prescription-specific video briefings that deliver information on top-prescribed medications, including proper usage, expected benefits and potential side effects. The videos, available in English and Spanish, are integrated into the ScriptSave WellRx mobile app and website.

“VUCA’s innovative visual education paired with the latest advances in technology is helping individuals across the United States understand how to practice safe administration of their prescription medication,” said VUCA Health CEO David Medvedeff, PharmD, MBA. “By coupling this service with applications like ScriptSave WellRx, members can instantly access their medication information and leverage valuable resources to enhance their overall medication experience.”

About ScriptSave

For more than two decades, ScriptSave has been closing the gaps in healthcare and prescription coverage with innovative savings programs, like ScriptSave WellRx, for the uninsured, under-insured, and insured. Pharmacies, employers, health plans, and other organizations across the nation rely on ScriptSave to deliver prescription savings to their members and customers — yielding $1.3 billion in consumer savings in 2016 alone.

ScriptSave WellRx is recognized and approved by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®). Our pharmacy recognition lets consumers know that ScriptSave WellRx meets standards set by a global coalition that includes International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) and NABP, which has supported the United States boards of pharmacy in their goal of protecting the public health since 1904.

ScriptSave is a member of the MedImpact, Inc. family of companies. For more information, visit www.wellrx.com. Follow us: @SSWellRx (Twitter), Scriptsavewellrx (Facebook).

About VUCA Health

Based in Lake Mary, Fla., VUCA Health (www.vucahealth.com) provides a gateway to patient engagement that serves as an on-demand extension of pharmacists and other healthcare providers. The company’s MedsOnCue solution leverages advanced mobile, web and on-demand video and communication technologies to deliver trusted patient information that enhances the medication use process. It offers a convenient and cost-effective way for clients to provide on-demand patient medication information and strengthen customer connections with video briefings, web messaging, reminders and alerts and a host of other customizable services that extend and enhance the patient relationship.

Contact Information

You can find the original press release here.


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Impacts to Out-of-Pocket Prescription Drug Costs

TUCSON, AZ (February 16, 2017) – A December 2016 analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation illustrates how prescription medications will be a large portion of overall healthcare spending, and how branded drug prices have nearly doubled. The analysis also explains that 1-in-4 people have difficulty affording their medicines, and that most Americans favor actions to keep drug prices down, (Kaiser Family Foundation, 2016).

Unfortunately, a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA-Obamacare) could end up increasing drug costs to insured consumers and leaving millions of Americans uninsured. A report written by the Congressional Budget Office states, “repealing major provisions of the Affordable Care Act, while leaving other parts in place, would cost 18 million people their insurance in the first year and an estimated 32 million people in 2026,” (Congressional Budget Office, 2017). The study also projects that insurance premiums would increase by 25 percent in the first year, then double by 2026.

Regardless of the changes made to the ACA, the end-result will have detrimental impacts on the American healthcare coverage. Even a partial repeal could include heavy changes that will increase costs to consumers.  Insurance plans may no longer be required to cover essential health benefits (EHB) in accordance with benchmark plans. Examples of the potential impacts include:

  • Removal of no-cost preventative coverage
  • Restrictions on maternity and family planning coverage
  • Exclusions of prescription drugs for many diseases and conditions
  • Elimination of prescription drug coverage altogether

The message is clear, even for those retaining their insurance – Americans will be shouldering more out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs.

“Any reduction in benefits to emerge from a replacement of the law, especially to the essential minimum benefit set, would likely drive patients without adequate drug coverage to seek solutions to combat high priced prescription drugs,” stated Rory Rickert, Principal with QuarterLine Consulting, a national healthcare consulting and services firm.  “I expect that changes to the Affordable Care Act would, if anything, result in increased demand for pharmacy discount programs like those offered by ScriptSave,” added Rickert.

To help populations gain some relief from the upcoming change in their healthcare, ScriptSave® WellRx provides an alternative to paying full price for prescription medications. WellRx enables individuals to compare prices at local pharmacies, look up drug information, and setup reminders. Through a partnership with SinfoníaRx, members can even consult with a pharmacist to ask detailed questions about the medications they are taking.

Not only does WellRx give discounts on prescriptions not covered by insurance, it may even provide discounted prices lower than insurance copays. The program is available as a stand-alone for consumers (wellrx.com), white-labeled option for organizations, or an integrated solution for health care organizations (WellRx Connect).

“The future of healthcare is uncertain at this time, but no matter the outcome, no one should ever overpay for prescription medications. ScriptSave can help healthcare consumers with high deductible health plans, limited insurance, or no health insurance at all,” said Marcus Sredzinski, COO and Executive Vice President, ScriptSave. “Our products help consumers save money on prescriptions, understand their medications and, most importantly, remain adherent.  We can help organizations and individuals impacted by the repeal and replacement of ACA, or any changes to their insurance status,” added Sredzinski.

This may be especially poignant in light of recent data published by PatientsLikeMe. From a poll of over 2,000 patients, their survey showed:

  • 65.5% stated that lower costs for prescription medications was a top priority
  • A further 30.8% rated lower Rx costs as being important
  • Fewer than 4% had little-or-no concern about prescription prices

Furthermore, it’s not just patients with existing health conditions that rank lower prescription costs as a priority – the general public seems to agree. Data from a December 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll found that lowering the cost of prescription drugs was listed as being important or a priority for 89% of the general population.

When opinions like these are voiced, ScriptSave is ready to help by doing what they do best, lower the out-of-pocket costs of prescription medications for consumers.

ScriptSave’s long-standing mission has been to close the gaps in prescription coverage, and has a 20-year history of working with health plans and pharmacies to provide consumers with discounts on prescribed medications. ScriptSave’s WellRx solutions are not only designed to assist consumers directly but can be utilized by employers, employer groups, health plans, PBMs, and other organizations to assist their populations with prescription adherence, savings, and information. The WellRx savings network includes about 62,000 independent and chain pharmacies. In 2016 alone, ScriptSave earned members more than $1.3 Billion in savings.

References:

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Analysis of National health expenditure Historical and Projected data from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary, National Health Statistics Group (Assessed on December 16, 2016). http://kff.org/slideshow/what-are-the-recent-and-forecasted-trends-in-prescription-drug-spending/

Congressional Budget Office (January 2017). How Repealing Portions of the Affordable Care Act Would Affect Health Insurance Coverage and Premiums. https://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/115th-congress-2017-2018/reports/52371-coverageandpremiums.pdf

PatientsLikeMe (February 2017). Largest Patient Poll on ACA Shows Patients Value Health Care Law More Than the General Population, Are Less Inclined to Want a Repeal. http://news.patientslikeme.com/press-release/largest-patient-poll-aca-shows-patients-value-health-care-law-more-general-population-

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (January 6, 2017). Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Health Care Priorities for 2017. http://kff.org/health-costs/poll-finding/kaiser-health-tracking-poll-health-care-priorities-for-2017/

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About ScriptSave:

For more than two decades, ScriptSave has been closing the gaps in healthcare and prescription coverage with innovative savings programs for the uninsured, under-insured, and insured. Headquartered in Tucson, ScriptSave solutions, analytics, and unique expertise save consumers money and increase medication adherence, while attracting and retaining loyal, profitable customers, members, and patients for our clients. ScriptSave is a member of the MedImpact, Inc. family of companies. For more information, go to www.scriptsave.com. Follow us: @SSWellRx (Twitter), ScriptSave WellRx (Facebook).

About QuarterLine:

QuarterLine is a health-focused services company specializing in providing Information Technology, Clinical, and Professional services to federal and private sector customers. QuarterLine supports a diverse client base in all areas of health, including navigating the complex regulatory and business environments, emerging health programs, and technology. QuarterLine’s mission is to provide the right level of support at the right time to our customers to ensure that the outcome of the initiative or the resulting technology delivers the needed results to improve healthcare delivery and increase efficiency. QuarterLine is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. www.quarterline.com

About SinfoníaRx:

SinfoníaRx, a wholly owned subsidiary or Sinfonía Healthcare Corp, is an innovative health care company whose mission is to provide the highest quality healthcare solutions for health plans, patients, and caregivers. We improve the health and wellness of patients with complex and chronic illnesses through the use of innovative healthcare technology and the most experienced medication therapy management providers in the nation.  www.sinfoniarx.com

 

ScriptSave Contact:

Shawn Ohri, Vice President of Business Development
sohri@scriptsave.com

QuarterLine Contact:

Rory L. Rickert, Principal
480-451-0148
rrickert@quarterline.com

Sinfonía Contact:

Kevin Boesen, 520-499-3376
KPBoesen@sinfoniarx.com

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ScriptSave WellRx - how prescription savings cards work

Are you spending too much on your prescription medications? It’s staggering, we get it. There are a lot of companies in the discount prescription space, so who do you trust? How do prescription saving cards work? Essentially, we negotiate discounts on bulk drug purchases with pharmacy owners. More affordable prescriptions bring in more customers who buy more, so it pays off for the pharmacies.

You can feel safe with the resources we share and savings we bring. ScriptSave® WellRx is part of Medical Security Card Company, LLC; bringing some of the most advanced technology, pharmacy expertise and customer service in the industry for more than 20 years.

We hope this will help explain how it works and how you can save on your medications. If you need assistance affording your prescriptions, sign up for a free ScriptSave WellRx card or download the free prescription savings app, and save on your medications next time you visit the pharmacy.

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ScriptSave WellRx is accepted at 62,000 participating chain and independent retail pharmacies nationwide, so there’s likely a participating pharmacy near you. Chances are, the pharmacy you already use is in our network! So, are you ready to start saving on your prescription medications? Become a member now!

Step 1: Download the mobile app or click here to download your FREE prescription discount card now.

ScriptSave WellRx App store link ScriptSave WellRx Play store link

Step 2: Search for the lowest priced prescription medications near you.

Step 3: Show your savings card at the pharmacy each time you fill or refill a prescription.

It’s that easy! Instant savings at the register on brand-name and generic prescription drugs. Use the card to save on prescription medications for the entire family, too. You could save hundreds of dollars each year!


For the best Rx price on medications, like
Crestor (rosuvastatin),
Celebrex (celecoxib),
ProAir HFA,

visit
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Compare prices at more than
62,000 pharmacies nationwide.

 

TUCSON, AZ (October 13, 2016) – ScriptSave WellRx, a prescription savings and adherence program that provides up to an 80% discount on both generic and name brand prescription medications and an innovative “Ask a Pharmacist” feature, was recently showcased on The Balancing Act morning show airing on Lifetime®.

Shawn Ohri, Director of WellRx Product Development, and ScriptSave Vice President Jerry Parker provide valuable information and highlight the benefits, attributes, and future developments of ScriptSave WellRx.

“We enjoyed appearing on The Balancing Act and talking about ScriptSave WellRx and its future.  We are focused on closing the gap in drug coverage and we are excited to bring a product to market that provides price transparency, savings, and also promotes medication adherence. The goal of ScriptSave WellRx is to educate healthcare consumers on all facets of their medications, boost adherence, and improve outcomes.  Our roadmap includes many great features that complement this vision,“ said Shawn Ohri.

ScriptSave WellRx Mobile AppScriptSave WellRx is already being utilized by over 400,000 consumers and is available for free on the web (www.wellrx.com) and as Apple and Android apps. WellRx enables healthcare consumers to compare prices for prescription drugs at local pharmacies, look up drug information, and consult with a pharmacist about their medications.  Consumers may even find prescription prices lower than their insurance copays and can get discounts for medications not covered by their insurance plan.  The program also has population health applications and can be utilized by employers, health plans, and other organizations.

You can watch the ScriptSave WellRx segment on The Balancing Act website (http://www.thebalancingact.com/fill-your-scripts-without-breaking-the-bank/), and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjnVPRk_Twg).

About ScriptSave:

For more than two decades, ScriptSave has been closing the gaps in healthcare and prescription coverage with innovative savings programs, like ScriptSave WellRx, for the uninsured, under-insured, and insured since 1994. Headquartered in Tucson, ScriptSave solutions, analytics, and unique expertise save consumers money and increase medication adherence, while attracting and retaining loyal, profitable customers, members and patients for our clients. ScriptSave is a member of the MedImpact, Inc. family of companies. For more information, go to www.scriptsave.com. Follow us: @SSWellRx (Twitter), Scriptsavewellrx (Facebook).

About The Balancing Act:

The Balancing Act is America’s premier morning show that brings today’s busy on-the-go modern women positive solutions and cutting-edge ideas to help balance and enrich their lives every day. From workouts to the workplace, from kids to the kitchen, The Balancing Act offers trusted advice to inspire and empower women across the country each weekday morning.  The Balancing Act…..what women today need to know! Weekday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime.

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ScriptSave WellRx Prescription Savings Mobile App

TUCSON, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ScriptSave, which provides prescription savings solutions and cards for the uninsured, underinsured, and insured, has launched a new mobile health application, ScriptSave® WellRx, to put prescription savings directly into the hands of consumers.

“Rising costs for prescription medications combined with the increasing number of health benefit designs that include higher out of pocket spend have placed a bigger financial burden on the patient,” said Dr. Marcus Sredzinski, COO and Executive Vice President, ScriptSave. “This financial hardship can in turn lead to poor medication adherence and compliance. We are excited to offer ScriptSave WellRx as a tool to help consumers stay on their medication therapy for better health outcomes.”

The ScriptSave WellRx mobile app allows consumers to search and compare prescription drug prices, locate pharmacies, and receive immediate savings at the register on both generic and brand prescription medications. ScriptSave WellRx is accepted nationwide at more than 62,000 participating pharmacies. Savings can be applied to prescription medications for the entire family – even pets.

Based on a recent survey by Consumer Reports, 33 percent of Americans were paying an average of $39 more out of pocket for their regular prescription medications over the last 12 months alone, and 10 percent were paying as much as an extra $100.1 The same report stated, “Nearly 40 percent of people in this situation cut at least one corner with their medication in order to save money.”

As a result, medication adherence continues to be a significant area of concern in terms of its impact on both cost and quality of care. An estimated $291 billion annually in largely avoidable healthcare costs are attributed to non-adherence.2 ScriptSave WellRx supports consumers in directing their own care, ensuring they have the tools necessary to make informed choices, and adhere to effective, prescribed medicines.

“We built ScriptSave WellRx to deliver on the company’s long-standing commitment to improving the lives of our customers,” said Paige Berger, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales, ScriptSave. “ScriptSave is uniquely positioned to create real change and deliver meaningful prescription savings solutions due in large part to our dynamic partnerships with industry-leading organizations and nationally-based pharmacies who share our focus on caring for customers.”

Direct-to-consumer advertising and other market forces have fueled demand for drugs regardless of insurance coverage, and consumers continue to seek out pharmacies and discount programs to ease the cost burden. ScriptSave WellRx leverages some of the most advanced technology, pharmacy expertise and customer service experience in the industry to help close gaps in healthcare and navigate the consumer to the best prescription coverage.

Feature enhancements scheduled for 2016 will allow patients to learn about possible drug interactions, ask a pharmacist about medication-specific questions, and receive reliable medication reminders and timely refill alerts to ensure adherence to medication regimen.

The mobile health application is an expansion of ScriptSave’s existing prescription savings initiatives and the original ScriptSave WellRx product, which launched seven years ago as the wellrx.com website. The ScriptSave WellRx prescription savings card and tools are available at wellrx.com, and the mobile app is available as a free download on the Apple App Store and on the Android Google Play Store.

About ScriptSave:

For more than two decades, Medical Security Card Company (MSC) LLC, (d/b/a ScriptSave) has been closing the gaps in healthcare and prescription coverage with innovative savings programs for the uninsured, underinsured, and insured. A member of the MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. family of companies, ScriptSave is committed to reducing out-of-pocket drug costs so consumers can afford to fill prescriptions, follow prescribed regimens, and enjoy better health outcomes. For more information, go to www.scriptsave.com.

1 Consumer Reports accessed online: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2015/08/are-you-paying-more-for-your-meds/index.htm
2 Bosworth HB. Medication adherence: making the case for increased awareness. National Consumers League. Available at http://scriptyourfuture.org/wp-content/themes/cons/m/Script_Your_Future_Briefing_Paper.pdf1. Accessed March 2015

Contacts

Medical Security Card Company LLC
Shawn Ohri
Vice President, Business Development
sohri@scriptsave.com

 

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