"The National Association of Free Clinics is appreciative and thankful for the continued support of the Rx Outreach Program to America's Free Clinics," said Nicole D. Lamoureux, executive director of the National Association of Free Clinics (NAFC). "This program allows Free Clinics and their patients the ability to acquire the medications they need at a price they can afford. The NAFC enjoys a working relationship with and honors the Rx Outreach program for its dedication and service to America's uninsured and underinsured."
"With the variety of programs available today, people should look around and compare program costs and benefits as they evaluate their options," said Weisbart. "Our goal is to help patients find the best solution for them. We believe that affordable prices for any dose and any strength of medications in the Rx Outreach program, along with a simple, accessible process and delivery system, are important criteria for supporting family healthcare needs."
After patients mail their completed applications, valid prescriptions and payment to Rx Outreach, the medication is mailed to them. Rx Outreach ships to any U.S. address and it can be used in conjunction with any other prescription benefit, such as a prescription drug plan or Medicare Part D.
Rx Outreach is managed by Express Scripts Specialty Distribution Services, Inc. (ESSDS), a fully-licensed mail order pharmacy that is committed to making the use of prescription drugs safer and more affordable. Rx Outreach is not a prescription insurance program or an Internet pharmacy.
ESSDS developed Rx Outreach to provide a safe, affordable, and easy way for people of all ages to get medicines they need. The program offers prescription medicines to uninsured individuals and families, as well as those who have limited prescription drug coverage.
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