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Alabama Rx Card, Powered by United Networks of America, Supports Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Children's of Alabama Receives Support From Alabama Rx Card and United Networks of America
Alabama Rx Card presented a $10,170.95 donation to Children’s of Alabama located in Birmingham, Alabama. Pictured is Heidi Barousse, Program Director, Alabama Rx Card and Emily Hornak, Director, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Children’s of Alabama is the third largest pediatric hospital in the United States. In 2017, Children’s had 677,549 patient visits to clinics and 15,548 patient admissions. Alabama Rx Card has been working closely with the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, Children’s of Alabama along with numerous clinics and hospitals around the state to distribute free discount prescription cards so that all Alabama residents will have access to this free program. A donation will be made to your local CMN hospital each time a prescription is processed through the Alabama Rx Card.
Since 2015, the United Networks of America partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised over $2.4 million dollars for local children’s hospitals. Of this, $10,170.95 has been raised for Children’s of Alabama.
ABOUT UNITED NETWORKS OF AMERICA
United Networks of America is one of the largest providers of value added managed care products and services in the United States. Since 1993, United Networks of America has continued to grow its network to more than 240,000 participating providers serving more than 120.1 million members across the United States of America, Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.S. Virgin Islands. The diverse membership base is a testament to the versatility and value of those networks. United Networks of America clients include TPA’s, insurance companies, associations, universities, federal and state governments, school systems, large employers, among others. Each year, United Networks of America programs continue to receive the highest rankings in the country among value added programs. For more information on United Networks of America please click here
ABOUT CHILDREN’S OF ALABAMA
Since 1911, Children’s of Alabama has provided specialized medical care for ill and injured children, offering inpatient and outpatient services throughout central Alabama. Ranked among the best pediatric medical centers in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, Children’s provided care for youngsters from every county in Alabama, 46 other states and seven foreign countries last year, representing more than 676,000 outpatient visits and more than 15,000 inpatient admissions. With more than 2 million square feet, Children’s is the third largest pediatric medical facility in the U.S.
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Ad: Pharmacy Times (May 2016)
A Children's Miracle Network Hospitals ad was featured in Pharmacy Times (May 2016 Issue). A donation will be made to your local Children's Miracle Network Hospital each time a prescription is processed through the Rx Assistance Program.
Medical Association Announces Prescription Assistance Program for Patients
(Montgomery, AL) Patients who need help with the cost of prescription medications can now get a free prescription assistance card made available by the state's largest association of physicians.
The Medical Association of the State of Alabama announced plans today to distribute the Alabama Rx Card, a discount drug card free to Alabama residents. The discount card generates savings of up to 75 percent on prescription drugs at hundreds of participating pharmacies statewide.
The discount card helps uninsured and under-insured residents afford prescription medications, which has already saved Alabama residents more than $25 million since inception.
"Alabama's physicians are committed to our patients' health and well-being, so helping patients get the medications they need is a priority. Patients can't get well if they can't get their prescriptions." said Medical Association President Buddy Smith Jr., M.D., of Lineville.
The Alabama Rx Card discounts will benefit patients whose health insurance coverage does not include prescription benefits, which is common in many health savings accounts and high deductible health plans. Those who do have prescription coverage with their health insurance can use this program to get discounts on medications that are not covered by their insurance plan. Patients will have the ability to go to the Alabama Rx Card website to see prices for their particular prescriptions and determine the level of discount they might receive.
All Alabamians are eligible regardless of their current prescription coverage benefits.
Alabama residents can print a free card, search drug pricing, and locate participating pharmacies at www.alabamarxcard.com, www.masalink.org, or www.alabamamedicine.org.
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Alabama Rx Card Increases Card Distribution Sites Across State
(Montgomery, AL) – The residents of Alabama will soon find that getting help to lower their prescription drug costs can be found right around the corner. Program officials announced that Alabama Primary Health Care Association (APHCA) has officially agreed to expand card distribution sites for Alabama's free discount drug card program. APHCA is the voice for Alabama's community health centers and will be distributing free drug cards at all of those 120 APHCA health centers located across Alabama.
Alabama Rx Card, which is open to all Alabama residents, is a prescription assistance program that provides savings of up to 75% on prescription drugs at most retail pharmacy locations. The program was launched in November 2007 and has already saved Alabama residents over $3.2 million on their prescription medications.
Alabama Rx Card was launched to help uninsured and underinsured residents of Alabama afford their prescription medications. However, the program can also be used by people who have health insurance coverage with no prescription benefits, which is common in many health savings accounts (HSA) and high deductible health plans. Additionally, people who have prescription coverage can use this program for non-covered drugs.
Alabamians can get a free prescription drug card by visiting one of the many card distribution sites around the state; or download a free prescription drug card by visiting www.AlabamaRxCard.com. Anyone not able to access the website, or otherwise obtain a member card, can visit any CVS/pharmacy location in Alabama. Simply ask the pharmacy to process your prescription through the Alabama Rx Card.
Free drug card available
(Birmingham, AL) – The Alabama Rx Card Program now provides "free" discount prescription drug cards to the residents of Alabama.
You can download a free discount prescription drug card by visiting www.alabamarxcard.com. Anyone not able to download a card from the website can visit any Alabama Bruno's, Foodmax, or FoodWorld and they will process your prescription through the program.
A press release published in a recent issue of the Dothan Eagle incorrectly stated that the cards were also available at CVS pharmacies.
The card can be used at more than 50,000 pharmacies across the country to receive savings of up to 75 percent (savings average around 30 percent). Participating pharmacies include the following: Bruno's, Food World, Food Max, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Winn-Dixie, K-Mart, and thousands of independent pharmacies.
Bruno's, Food World, and Food Max have been selected as the preferred pharmacies for the program. Bruno's, Food World, and Food Max have agreed to process prescriptions at all of its Alabama pharmacy locations. Anyone who does not have access to a computer to download a card from the www.alabamarxcard.com Web site can visit any Bruno's, Food World, or Food Max Pharmacy and they will process your prescription through the program. Bruno's Supermarkets, with headquarters in Birmingham operates 74 stores under the Bruno's, Food World and Food Max banners.
The Alabama Rx Card was launched to help the uninsured and under insured people of Alabama afford their prescription medications. However, the program can also be used by people who have health insurance coverage with no prescription benefits (which is common in many HSA's and high deductible health plans). Additionally, people who have prescription coverage can use this program for non-formulary or non-covered drugs. This program even covers some pet medications (medications that are available at participating pharmacies).
The Alabama Rx Card program has no restrictions or participation requirements and the program is open to every resident of Alabama.
The Alabama Rx Card Program is powered by UNA Rx Card which is a division of United Networks of America. Programs have also been launched in New York, California, Texas, New Jersey, Ohio, Utah, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Arizona, Colorado, and Tennessee. UNA Rx Card is the fastest growing discount prescription card company in the United States.
Prescription drug card is available
The Alabama Rx Card Program announced today that more than 60,000 Alabamians have received a "FREE" prescription drug card since the Alabama Rx Card program launched November 1st.
"We are pleased that we have been able to help so many Alabama citizens and it shows there is an overwhelming need for prescription help in our state," Program Director Joe Saw said. The Alabama Rx Card was launched to help the uninsured and under insured people of Alabama afford their prescription medications. The program can also be used by people who have health insurance coverage with no prescription benefits (common in many HSA's and high deductible health plans). Also, people who have prescription coverage can use this program for non-formulary or non-covered drugs. This program even covers some pet medications.
The Prescription Drug Card is available online at www.alabamarxcard.com. Simply download a card by typing in your name in the blank and clicking "Create Prescription Card." Print a Prescription Drug Card to receive savings of up to 75 percent (savings average around 30 percent) at more than 50,000 national and regional pharmacies. Although the form asks for an e-mail address, residents may type "none" and still get their card. It is pre-activated and can be used at any participating pharmacy.
Every Alabama resident is eligible to participate in the Alabama Rx Card Program, regardless of age or income. Whether users have insurance has no bearing on the card's ability to save them money. There are no restrictions to membership and no applications to fill out.
Anyone not able to download a card from the website can visit any Alabama Bruno's, Food World, Food Max, Winn-Dixie, or K-Mart and they will process prescriptions through the program. The Alabama Rx Card program has no restrictions or participation requirements and the program is open to every resident of Alabama.
Alabama Rx card discounts
A private company is offering free discount cards for prescription medications. The Alabama Rx card is available to all, both uninsured and insured people who need help with the costs.
Download copies of the card from www.alabamarxcard.com or pick one up at Bruno's, Foodmax or FoodWorld stores. It can be used at more than 50,000 pharmacies nationwide and provides savings up to 75 percent. United Networks of America, a provider of managed care services, is the card's sponsor, but using it doesn't require an obligation.
New Alabama Rx card program offers nationwide prescription benefits to state residents
(Birmingham, AL) – The Alabama Rx Card Program will now provide "free" discount prescription drug cards to the residents of Alabama, according to reports. The free discount prescription drug card can be downloaded via Internet (at www.AlabamaRxCard.com) or retrieved at any Alabama-based stores, including Bruno's, Foodmax and FoodWorld.
The card can be used at more than 50,000 pharmacies across the country to receive savings of up to 75 percent (savings average around 30 percent). Participating pharmacies include: Bruno's, Food World, Food Max, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Winn-Dixie, Kmart, and thousands of independent pharmacies. Although the Alabama Rx Card is designed to help the uninsured and underinsured people of Alabama afford their prescription medications, residents who have health insurance coverage with no prescription benefits can also use the card.
Additionally, people who have prescription coverage can use this program for drugs not covered by their insurance. This program even covers some pet medications (those available at the participating pharmacies).
UNA Rx Card powers the Alabama Rx Card Program, which is a division of United Networks of America. Programs have also been launched in 14 other states, including New York, Texas and the Carolinas. UNA Rx Card is considered the fastest growing discount prescription card company in the United States.
Free Drug Prescription Card Promises Big Savings
(Montgomery, AL) – Who said there is no such thing as a free lunch? Well, a free medical prescription discount card may be the closest thing to it.
A Baton Rouge, Louisiana, company is launching the so-called Alabama Rx Card program on November 1 for Alabama residents. It's geared toward the uninsured and even the insured if...that's the key word...if all of your prescribed medicine isn't covered.
Pam Lynch feels the pain when she totals the amount she spends every year on prescription medicines. $1,500 out of her own pocket. "I have insurance and co-pay but it doesn't cover everything," said Lynch.
But relief just may be on the way in the form of the Alabama Rx free drug discount card. Joe Shaw says it is so simple. A free discount card, literally free to anyone.
"It doesn't matter what age, income or health, they can get the card," Shaw said.
Just log on to www.alabamarxcard.com and fill out the Freedom and Spirit program cards. Hit print and there have you have it your very own Alabama Rx card. Both cards are essentially the same but one or the other may give you a better discount on your medicines depending on what the medication is and what pharmacy you go to.
"The discounts are anywhere between 10% and 70% with the average being around 30% and the card covers standard and generic drugs," said Shaw. At an east Montgomery pharmacy, veteran pharmacist Mike Newman initially thought this sounded a little too good to be true but he is convinced this is the real deal; no catch, no hidden costs, no trickery.
"I believe we'll be doing a lot of good for the public with this," said Newman.
You have to wonder though who is paying for the free discount prescription drug cards. Shaw says pharmacies and the pharmaceutical companies are with one goal in mind.
"It's meant to drive people to pharmacies who otherwise might not be able to afford medicines," Shaw said.
By the way there is what Shaw considers one small downside. "I wish we had 100% of all the medications covered but nobody has that," Shaw said.
Still, it's apparently a good enough deal for Pam Lynch to give it a try. She plans to sign up with the hope it'll be good medicine for the pocketbook.
Joe Shaw claims Americans will save $100 million dollars this year in prescription savings, and Alabama becomes the 16th state where this card is available.
The Alabama Department of Senior Services, a state agency that caters to seniors 65 and over, says based on its research this is a legitimate program, but remember.. anyone can sign up for this. If you don't have a computer, Shaw says just walk into any of the major pharmacies and ask for it.
For more information call 1-877-321-6755