Fragmin is Now Available!
Rx Outreach is pleased to announce the addition of Fragmin (dalteparin sodium injection), an anticoagulant, to our program. Through the support of Eisai Inc., we will be offering a 30-day supply (30 syringes) for $0. A separate enrollment/application will be required. (Get your Fragmin® application now.)
Check Your Order Status Online
You can easily obtain real-time order status information on your Rx Outreach prescription orders. By using the website you will know within seconds if your order has been received and/or shipped. First time users, create a new web account by clicking on the “Register as New User” button. Once you complete the registration process you will be able to view all of your Rx Outreach orders. (To create your Rx Outreach Web account, click here.)
Why Use Rx Outreach?
Rx Outreach serves over 60,000 patients annually; dispensing more than 1.2 million months of medication. In 2011, an independent firm surveyed 2,900 Rx Outreach Program participants to determine their overall satisfaction with the program. (2011 Survey Results)
The Value of Generic Drugs…
Pharmaceuticals play an essential role in improving and maintaining health, but managing and controlling cost remains a major challenge for society. The role of generic medicines has been to provide essential medications that are both high quality and affordable. Generic medications save consumers billions of dollars each year. More and More Americans are seeing the value of generics and using them to help save money on their prescription drug costs. (To learn more…)
Generic Use Has Cut Most American’s Drug Cost Burden
While prescription drug spending accounts for 10 percent of all health care spending in the United States, out-of-pocket costs for prescription medication make up a much larger percentage of individual health spending, particularly among low-income people with public insurance and those with chronic conditions. Researchers found that the number of families spending more than 10% of their incomes on prescriptions declined between 2003 and 2008, reversing a trend from the previous five years, when costs rose every year. However, the burden remains high for some groups, including those with public insurance and those with low income. (To read more…)