Iowa Pharmacy Card
Free Prescription Drug Card
Obama Health Care Plan for Iowa residents doesn’t seem to be working since the plan rolled out in August 2010. An estimated 141 million dollars was sent to Iowa to help people who need assistance .
A recent article reports that there are two policies in affect that would save someone thirty percent when enrolling into these insurance plans. The premiums range from $212.00 to $768.00 depending on the age of the enrollees. Lets say, the original cost of a health plan was $500.00 dollars prior to the new plan that came out in August. A 30 percent savings would reduce the amount to $350.00 a month. There are many individuals who are still not able to afford this type of reduced rate. This could be as high as fifty percent of one income.
The USA Drug Plan has implemented a program for those who are losing their prescription benefits. The Community Assistance Program provides a free pharmacy drug card for people who are uninsured or underinsured. “This is a life saver for many people in Iowa” says, Michael Hargrove, Regional Outreach Coordinator. We are able to save someone anywhere from 15 to 85 percent off on their medications. All you need to do is go to our website, print the card and present it to your local pharmacy.
A few Pharmacies Included are Clarks Pharmacy, Medicine Shop, Hy Vee Pharmacy, and Nucara Pharmacy.
Listed below is a list of the major metropolitan areas in this State. Click on a city near you to find pharmacy Locations & Contact information.
This card is not associated with any particular state or pharmacy and can be used at over 56,000 participating pharmacies in the United States and its territories!