Connecticut Rx Card Media Center
NORTH HAVEN, Conn., Connecticut State Medical Society (CSMS) has officially partnered with the Connecticut Drug Card in order to provide a FREE prescription assistance program to its patients, employees, and others. The Connecticut Drug Card was launched in an effort to make prescription medications more affordable for the uninsured, as well as the underinsured. The Connecticut Drug Card can be used for savings of up to 75% on prescription medications at more than 68,000 pharmacies nationwide.
"I believe this is an easy and innovative solution that may help Connecticut citizens get the prescription drugs they need at a cost they can afford," said Jeffrey Gordon, M.D., President of Connecticut State Medical Society.
The card discounts both brand and generic prescription medications for those individuals without prescription coverage. Additionally, individuals who have prescription drug coverage may still qualify and receive discounts on medications not covered by their insurance plan. In order to obtain a card, simply print one at www.CSMS.org or www.ctdrugcard.com.
You can also have a supply of custom cards mailed directly to your office at no cost by contacting the program's development director, Chez Ciccone, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-202-2214.
About the Connecticut State Medical Society
The Connecticut State Medical Society has begun its third century as the voice and focus in our state for the men and women who inhabit the ever-changing world of medicine. Since its founding, the Connecticut State Medical Society has worked to serve these physicians and their patients.
About the Connecticut Drug Card
Connecticut Drug Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program available to all Connecticut residents who are searching for affordable prescription medications.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Receives Support from Connecticut Drug Card and United Networks of America
Marissa Troiano (left),- Connecticut Children’s Medical Center with Rachael Marinaccio – Connecticut Drug Card Representative (right).
Rachael Marinaccio with Connecticut Drug Card had the opportunity to visit with, Marissa Troiano, a team member of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, CT. Rachael presented a check for $5,038.40 from the CT Drug Card.
The donation dollars help provide not only medically necessary equipment for the young patients at this CMN Hospital but also helps provide activity centers for patients and their families. Each time a prescription is processed using the Connecticut Drug Card a donation will be given to your local CMN hospital.
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, $5,038.40 has been raised for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
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
A Connecticut Drug Card ad was featured in Connecticut Medicine (January-2017 Issue). Connecticut Medicine is the official publication of Connecticut State Medical Society.
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.