Prescription Discount Program
Savings for your continued health
At Adroit Health Group, we help today's families meet modern healthcare challenges. If you're struggling to pay for your medications, you have options. This is how our prescription discount program works and how it can save you money.
What If I Can’t Afford My Prescriptions?
For those managing a chronic, long-term condition or recovering after surgery, medications are life-changing and often life-saving. Unfortunately, prescription drug costs have risen sharply over the last few years. This can make it hard to afford the medications you need.
A report from AARP found that brand name prescription drug prices rose 8.4% on average from 2016 to 2017. This increase was four times higher than general inflation (2.1%). It also followed five years of double-digit average prices increases.
What can you do?
Talk to your doctor
To start, ask your doctor about ways to cut costs. If safe to do so, they may suggest more affordable alternatives or therapies.
Many prescription companies also offer discounts. If they do, your doctor will explain how to use them. If those aren't available, ask your doctor if you can switch to a lower-cost, generic version of your medications.
Consider a prescription discount program
Another great option is enrolling in a prescription discount program. These don't take the place of traditional insurance, but they can help you save money if you're paying for prescriptions with cash.
Our program at Adroit Health Group helps our members save up to 80% on their prescription medications. These discounts are available at over 65,000 pharmacies nationwide, including:
- Rite Aid
As a member, you pay a small annual fee and receive discounts when you pay for your prescriptions. Our current program is administered through Envision Insurance Company.
How Do Prescription Discount Cards Work?
Prescription discount cards and programs operate from a simple premise.
Programs negotiate discounts for bulk medication purchases directly with pharmacy owners. The exact discounts for each medication will vary. In return, pharmacy owners get more business in their stores.
Again, these programs are a non-insured product. They often benefit those who can't access traditional insurance. Instead, if you're between jobs, retired, or self-employed, a discount prescription plan can help you lower your monthly medication costs.
Prescription discount programs make managing your health just a little bit easier.
At Adroit Health Group, we offer a variety of flexible healthcare options. Contact our team today to calculate your potential savings for your medications. They can also answer any questions you have about this product or our discount dental plans.
Give us a call today at 1 (800) 269-3563 or send us an email. Our Member Representatives are available by phone Monday through Friday, 7 AM to 6PM (Central).