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Introduction

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FACTS - -

Do you know that:

70% of Americans take medication on a regular basis.

78 million Americans have no coverage for prescriptions at all.

70 million Americans are underinsured and have inadequate RX coverage.

Insurance programs, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicare D have been put in place so that we, the people of the greatest country of the world, can have our health concerns treated.

But many of us need help in the paying for our medications; and, CAPS assists those in need of overcoming the rising costs of medications. This program makes it affordable to take your medications. This will help you NOT miss work for health reasons, AVOID the doctor's office, the ER, and hospital stays, and possibly avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure!

DO YOUR BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS DRAIN YOUR FINANCES?

Would you like to save money on your BRAND NAME medications?

Are you tired of being RIPPED OFF by the high cost of your BRAND NAME medications?

Do you pay $25.00 or more on BRAND NAME medications?

Would you like to receive FREE NAME BRAND medications?

Would you like to stay out of the 'donut'?

I stayed out of the 'donut' and saved money.

I may be able to help you save on your brand name medications, too!

WOULD YOU LIKE TO STAY OUT OF THE 'DONUT'?

I STAYED OUT OF THE 'DONUT' AND SAVED MONEY. AND I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU SAVE ON YOUR BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS, TOO!

Contact CAPS!



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Mission Statement


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THE COST OF NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS IS A PUBLIC HEALTH HUMILIATION FOR THE GREATEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD!

The Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings (CAPS) offers help and hope to those who cannot afford or have difficulty affording their medications.

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) ENVISIONS A SOCIETY IN WHICH EVERY INDIVIDUAL CAN ACCESS NEEDED PHARMACEUTICALS.

AT THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS), WE ENVISION A NATION IN WHICH THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED RECEIVE NECESSARY MEDICATIONS.

CAPS PARTNERS WITH GENEROUS PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES TO ASSIST IN LOWERING THE DRUG COSTS FOR UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS.

WE WANT TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO NAME BRAND MEDS FOR THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS THEY NEED TO BEST MANAGE THEIR CONDITIONS AND IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.

The Goal


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THE GOAL OF CAPS IS TO SAVE YOU MONEY!!!

Call Pete Mazza, the Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS.'

If you have medications that total $25.00 or more and you fall within the pharmaceutical companies guidelines, CAPS will provide you with the tools NECESSARY for you to obtain BRAND NAME medications and, thus, save on your medications! CAPS will research the pharmaceutical companies that have programs which apply to your medications, provide you with the appropriate applications, and directions on what is required from you.

The Beginnings


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I saved thousands of dollars by contacting the pharmaceutical companies and "jumping through their hoops"!

I may, at least, be able to save you hundreds!

What's my story?

My daughter and I went over the yearly finances of my wife Joanne and myself. We were utterely stunned to see that our medications and Part D came out to over $9,000.

Needless to say, something had to be done.

My daughter and I hit the phones, sent emails and called our doctors' offices. Most doctors had samples they could give us; but, those were of a limited type and quantity.

In contacting the pharmaceutical companies, there were many that were willing to assist.

After many phone calls, emails, application forms to fill out and documentation to be collected, I saw a light at the end of the tunnel.

That 'light' was almost a $7,000 savings.

While I can't guarentee this amount of savings for you, if you spent over$50.00/month on NAME BRAND medications, I MAY be able to save you money.

That's why I began CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) to help individuals benefit as I was benefited.

Money Savings Stories


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Let me tell you a few stories about some of our clients.

A husband and his wife were on Medicare A & B. They wisely signed up for Part D.

With their premiums for Part D, this struggling couple's cost for their drugs (including premiums) were $4,800.

STAGGERING AMOUNT!!!

THEY CALLED CAPS!

CALL FOR A FREE ANALYSIS: 847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY.

'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS.'

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) worked with them and their projected total costs for this calendar year will be $1,500.

$3,300 (yes, thirty-three hundred dollars) ... their life will be more comfortable by freeing them from economic stress.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)

CALL: 847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY

'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS.'

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs, making them more affordable. You will get BRAND NAME medications FREE from US pharmaceutical companies.

ANOTHER SAVINGS STORY

CAPS worked with an elderly man (but don't call him elderly) to save one hundred twenty dollars ($120/month). You do the math - - $1440 annually, allowing him to have a better life.

Do you need help paying for the high cost of your drugs, to bring the cost down to have a better quality of life?

CAPS is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs, making them more affordable. You will get NAME BRAND Medications FREE from US pharmaceutical companies.

Call Pete Mazza, the Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY.

What CAPS Does


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If you have a medication(S) that costs $25.00 or more and you fall within the pharmaceutical companies guidelines, CAPS will provide you with the tools NECESSARY for you to obtain BRAND NAME medications and, thus, save on your medications! CAPS will research the pharmaceutical companies that have programs which apply to your medications, provide you with the appropriate applications, and directions on what is required from you.

HOW THE PROCESS WORKS

To get the process started, you'll need to mail an application to the drug company along with information about your financial situation. In almost all cases, your doctor will need to provide information about your prescriptions. The doctor must then fax the script and all supporting information to the company.

The drug company will review the application and tell you if you're eligible for assistance. If approved, the companies will ship a supply of the drug either to your home or your doctor's office. You or your doctor will need to place a new order several weeks before the supply runs out.

What CAPS Is Not


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CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A DRUG STORE

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A MAIL-ORDER PHARMACY

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A PRESCRIBER OF DRUGS.

CAPS DOES NOT ASSIST YOU IN MAINTAINING YOUR DRUG REGIMEN.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) DOES NOT REORDER YOUR MEDICATIONS FOR YOU.

CAPS DOES NOT FILL OUT FORMS. IT PROVIDES DIRECTIONS ON WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND THE FORMS NECESSARY.

CONSUMER ADVOCATES for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS DOES NOT PROVIDE GENERIC DISCOUNT CARDS.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) ONLY GOAL IS TO ASSIST YOU IN OBTAINING FREE BRAND NAME DRUGS FROM PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)

CALL NOW: 847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

FAQ


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'FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS'


* What exactly are these programs??

These are little known programs, set up by drug companies, that offer free or low cost NAME BRAND DRUGS to uninsured or underinsured individuals who cannot afford their medications.

Most brand name drugs are found in these programs.

Companies offer these NAME BRAND DRUGS voluntarily; the government does not require them to provide free medicine. (Some manufacturers provide a discount card for their own medications. We will direct you to these if we become aware of them.)

* Who is eligible?

Each program has it's own rules. Some common requirements (BUT NOT ALL) are:

* Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident

* Meet program income guidelines

* Can I apply for assistance if I have insurance or prescription coverage?

YES.

ALSO, THERE ARE ALSO SEVERAL FOUNDATIONS THAT ASSIST WITH COPAYS FOR MEDICATIONS TAKEN FOR SPECIFIC DISEASES. TO RESEARCH THESE THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL FIFTY DOLLAR ($50.00) CHARGE.

* Do I have to pay for CAPS services?

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHAMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) CHARGES A CALENDAR YEAR FEE OF TWO HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS ($245.00) FOR ONE PERSON IN A HOUSEHOLD. EACH ADDITIONAL HOUSEHOLD MEMBER (as listed on your IRS income tax return) IS CHARGED AN ADDITIONAL ONE HUNDRED NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS ($195.00). THIS IS FOR THE RESEARCH AND DIRECTION necessary for you to benefit from these programs. THERE IS NO CHARGE BY THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES.

PAYMENT MAY BE MADE BY CHECK PAYABLE TO: PETE MAZZA, 1240 COLDSPRING, ELGIN, IL 60120. THERE WILL BE A $35.00 CHARGE ON RETURNED CHECKS.

IF ADDITIONAL MEDICATIONS ARE PRESCRIBED DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR IN WHICH YOU ARE SIGNED UP, THERE WILL BE NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.

IF WE CANNOT SAVE YOU THE COST OF YOUR FEE, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED WHEN YOU PROVIDE THE REJECTION LETTER(S) FROM THE COMPANY.

* Can I apply for these programs if I have Medicare Part D?

It depends on the company. Some companies will let people with Part D apply for their programs. Other companies may review applications on a case-by-case basis.

* Are your services tax deductible?

CAPS is not an accountant. Please discuss this with your tax preparer.

* How does the process work?

To get the process started, you will need to mail an application to the drug company along with information about your financial situation. In almost all cases, your doctor will need to provide information about your prescriptions.

The drug company will review the application and tell you if you're eligible for assistance. If approved, the companies will ship a supply of the drug either to your home or your doctor's office. You or your doctor will need to place a new order several weeks before the supply runs out.

Your Responsibility


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- You are responsible for filling in ALL THE ITEMS ON THE APPLPICATION FORM AND SUBMIT THOSE REQUESTED; (SOME OF THE INFO YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE INCLUDES: 1040, NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN HOUSEHOULD, PRESCRIPTION LIST, ETC.)

- You are responsible for taking the REQUIRED INFO THE COMPANY REQUESTS TO YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL AND HAVE HIM WRITE THE SCRIPT

THEN YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL SHOULD FAX THE APPLICATION, YOUR DOCUMENTATION (AND ANY OTHER REQUESTED PAPERWORK YOU ARE TO PROVIDE) AND HIS SCRIPT FROM HIS OFFICE TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY;

IF ACCEPTED, YOU SHOULD RECEIVE YOUR MEDICATIONS IN 4-6 WEEKS WITH THE MEDICATION SENT EITHERTO HIS OFFICE OR YOUR HOME (N0 P.O. BOX);

- You are responsible for organizing your DRUGS FOR THE PROPER TAKING OF THEM.

- You are responsible for reordering DRUGS AS NECESSARY IN ACCORD WITH THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY'S GUIDELINES.

Eligibility Requirements


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THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS. EACH COMPANY HAS ITS OWN. THESE ARE BASIC REQUIREMENTS. NOT ALL MAY BE NEEDED BY A SPECIFIC COMPANY WHILE OTHER COMPANIES MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

FILL IN THE ENTIRE APPLICATION FORM. DO NOT LEAVE ANY BLANKS. COMPLETE AND SIGN THE APPLICATION.

SIGNED PRESCRIPTIONS SHOULD BE WRITTEN AS MEDICALLY APPROPRIATE.

FAXED PRESCRIPTION AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE FAXED FROM THE DOCTOR'S OFFICE.

SOME COMPANIES REQUIRE MEDICARE PART D PATIENTS TO SPEND A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES.

SEND A COPY OF THE PART D CARD, BOTH SIDES. SEND A COPY OF A PHOTO ID.

HEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 1.2900em(Some companies have different eligibility amounts.)

Federal Poverty Level may be used in eligibility formulas.

 

Family Size

200% Monthly 

Fed Poverty Level

400% Monthly 

Fed Poverty Level

1

$1,915

$3,830

2

$2,585

$5,170

3

$3,255

$6,510

4

$3,925

$7,850

5

$4,595

$9,190

6

$5,625

$10,530

7

$5,935

$11,870

8

$6,605

$13,210

 

Medications for Special Medical Conditions


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  • Medications for Special Medical Conditions, Eligibility
  • Medications for Special Medical Conditions, FAQ

SPECIAL MEDICATIONS FOR THESE CONDITIONS:

Patients must meet the following criteria to be eligible for THESE PROGRAMS? assistance:

-=-                      The patient must be getting treatment for the disease named to which he or she is applying.
-=-                      The patient must have health insurance that covers his or her qualifying medication or product. 
-=-                      The patient's medication or product must be listed on the covered medications below.
-=-                      The patient's income must fall at or below 400% or 500% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, depending on fund-specific guidelines.
-=-                     The patient must reside and receive treatment in the United States or U.S. territories. ( U.S. citizenship is not a requirement.)

The following patient information is required to complete the application:

-=-                                  Diagnosis and medication name
-=-                                  Demographics: Name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.
-=-                                  Income: Adjusted gross income applicable to the patient and all members of the patient's household.
-=-                                  Insurance: Health insurance and pharmacy card(s).
-=-                                  Physician Demographics: Prescribing physician name, phone number, and facility address.
Applicants are required to attest that the application information provided is complete and accurate. Reported financial information may be verified by an audit, as deemed necessary by the provider.

Medications Covered for these conditions (these are limited so some may not e available):


DELETABLE
-=- 8-Mop (methoxsalen) -=- Zytiga (abiraterone acetate) Frequently Asked Questions (for Special Conditions) 1. Where should I send my enrollment application? 2. How long does the approval process take and how will I know whether I've been approved? 3. What if I am not approved and still have high copayments? 4. Once I am approved for a grant, how long is my eligibility period? 5. How much assistance will I eceive? 6. How do I submit a claim? 7. Who receives payment from the PAN? 8. How can I check my grant balance? 9. How do I use my PAN ID card? 10. What should I do if I lose my PAN ID card? 11. Can I obtain reimbursement for medication expenses I received before I began assistance with PAN? 12. What if I change my contact information, provider, or medications? 13. My enrollment period is ending soon. Is my assistance renewable? 1. Where should I send my enrollment application? You may mail or fax your enrollment application: Mail: Fax: 2. How long does the approval process take and how will I know whether I've been approved? When your provider sends the necessary information, you will instantly receive your eligibility determination. Note: You will receive a formal approval letter and benefit card in the mail within a week. Your provider will also receive an approval letter within the same time period. 3. What if I am not approved an still have high copayments? To determine financial eligibility, this program applies a standard income deduction that varies based on insurance type. Individuals with income levels that still do not allow them to qualify will be provided with a referral to available third-party programs. 4. Once I am approved for a grant, how long is my eligibility period? Assistance starts on your approval date and continues for 12 months. Your exact eligibility dates will be included in your approval letter, and can be accessed any time using the program's automated telephone system, at 1-866-316-7263. Note: AN ADDED BONUS' During your initial eligibility period, eligible expenses incurred up to 90 days prior to your approval date may also be submitted to PAN for reimbursement. 5. How much assistance will I receive? Grant amounts vary for each disease-specific program. Your approval letter will contain this information. 6. How do I submit a claim? Patients, healthcare providers and pharacies may submit requests for reimbursement to this program for medications covered by their disease fund. Charges incurred within 90 days prior to the eligibility date will be considered for payment during the first year of PAN coverage. All eligible expenses must be submitted within 120 days of the eligibility end date. Patients Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to the program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense. Physicians/Health Care Providers Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to the program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense. Claims can be filed through any of the three methods below: ' Submit electronically using payer ID 38225 ' Mail to: Directly to the program ' Fax to: 1-844-726-4728 Note: A copy of the explanation of benefits from the primary payer must be attached when you submi your claim. Pharmacies Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to this program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense. The program grantees will present for payment his or her benefit card. If the patient does not have his or her benefit card, pharmacies may contact the program toll free at: 1-866-316-7263, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, for electronic billing assistance. Claims can be filed through two methods listed below: ' Submit electronically using RX BIN 006012, PCN: MEDDPDM. You must use patient Billing ID and RX Group ' this can be found on the patient's ID card. ' Mail to direcly to the program: PO Box 221858 Charlotte , NC 28222-1858 (CMS-1500 or UB-40 must be used with this method of submission) Note: A copy of remittance advice/invoice from the primary payer must be attached when you submit your claim. 7. Who receives payment from the program? Payment from this rogram can be made to a pharmacy or healthcare provider who supplies the treatment, as well as directly to a patient if the patient paid out-of-pocket for eligible expenses. 8. How can I check my grant balance? You can check your grant balance by calling 1-866-316-7263 and speaking to a customer service representative. Customer service representatives are available, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. 9. How do I use my ID card? Present your ID card at your doctor's office or at a participating pharmacy at the time services are rendered. 10. What should I do if I lose my ID card? If you misplaced or do not have your benefit card, the pharmacy can call 1-866-316-7263, extension 72244 for electronic billing assistance, which is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. 11. Can I obtain reimbursement for medication expenses I received before I began assistance with this program? During your initial enrollment period, this program will consider for reimbursemet medication expenses incurred up to 90 days prior to your approval date. 12. What if I change my contact information, provider, or medications? A change in your contact information, provider or medications will not change your enrollment. If your information has changed, call us at 1-866-316-7263 to update your records. 13. My enrollment period is ending soon. Is my assistance renewable? If you meet the program-specific eligibility criteria, you are eligible for a renewal grant at the end of the enrollment period, if funds are available. The programwill automatically send you a renewal application at the end of your enrollment period if the specific disease program is accepting renewal patients.

Medication Programs for Special Medical Conditions


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Programs for Special Medical Conditions -- Eligibility

Patients must meet the following criteria to be eligible for THESE PROGRAMS' assistance:

- The patient must be getting treatment for the disease named to which he or she is applying.

- The patient must have health insurance that covers his or her qualifying medication or product.

- The patient's medication or product must be listed on the covered medications below.

- The patient's income must fall at or below 400% or 500% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, depending on fund-specific guidelines.

- The patient must reside and receive treatment in the United States or U.S. territories. ( U.S. citizenship is not a requirement.)

The following patient information is required to complete the application:

- Diagnosis and medication name

- Demographics: Name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.

- Income: Adjusted gross income applicable to the patient and all members of the patient's household.

- Insurance: Health insurance and pharmacy card(s).

- Physician Demographics: Prescribing physician name, phone number, and facility address.

Applicants are reuired to attest that the application information provided is complete and accurate. Reported financial information may be verified by an audit, as deemed necessary by the provider.



Programs for Special Medical Conditions -- Frequently Asked Questions, FAQ

1. Where should I send my enrollment application?

2. How long does the approval process take and how will I know whether I've been approved?

3. What if I am not approved and still have high copayments?

4. Once I am approved for a grant, how long is my eligibility period

5. How much assistance will I receive?

6. How do I submit a claim?

7. Who receives payment from the PAN?

8. How can I check my grant balance?

9. How do I use my PAN ID card?

10. What should I do if I lose my PAN ID card?

11. Can I obtain reimbursement for medication expenses I received before I began assistance with PAN?

12. What if I change my contact information, provider, or medications?

13. My enrollment period is ending soon. Is my assistance renewable?




1. Where should I send my enrollment application?

You may mail or fax your enrollment application:

Mail: Fax:

2. How long does the approval process take and how will I know whether I've been approved?

When your provider sends the necessary information, you wil instantly receive your eligibility determination.

Note: You will receive a formal approval letter and benefit card in the mail within a week. Your provider will also receive an approval letter within the same time period.

3. What if I am not approved and still have high copayments?

To determine financial eligibility, this program applies a standard income deduction that varies based on insurance type. Individuals with income levels that still do not allow them to qualify will be provided with a referral to available third-party programs.

4. Once I am approved for a grant, how long is my eligibility period?

Assistance starts on your approval date and continues for 12 months. Your exact eligibility dates will be included in your approval letter, and can be accessed any time using the program's automated telephone system, at 1-866-316-7263.

Note: AN ADDED BONUS' During your initial eligibility period, eligible expenses icurred up to 90 days prior to your approval date may also be submitted to PAN for reimbursement.

5. How much assistance will I receive?

Grant amounts vary for each disease-specific program. Your approval letter will contain this information.

6. How do I submit a claim?

Patients, healthcare providers and pharmacies may submit requests for reimbursement to this program for medications covered by their disease fund. Charges incurred within 90 days prior to the eligibility date will be considered for payment during the first year of PAN coverage. All eligible expenses must be submitted within 120 days of the eligibility end date.

Patients

Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to the program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense.

Physicians/Health Care Providers

Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to the program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense.

Claims can be filed through any of the three methods below:

Submit electronically using payer ID 38225

Mail to: Directly to the program

Fax to: 1-844-726-4728

Note: A copy of the explanation of benefits from the primary payer must be attached when you submit your claim.

Pharmacies

Primary insurance must be billed prior to the claim being submitted to this program for reimbursement. In addition, the primary insurance must consider the charge to be an eligible expense.

The program grantees will present for payment his or her benefit card. If the patient does not have his or her benefit card, pharmacies may contact the program toll free at: 1-866-316-7263, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, for electronic billing assistance.

Claims can be filed through two methods listed below:

- Submit electronically using RX BIN 006012, PCN: MEDDPDM. You must use patient Billing ID and RX Group ' this can be found on the patient's ID card.

- Mail to direcly to the program: PO Box 221858 Charlotte , NC 28222-1858 (CMS-1500 or UB-40 must be used with this method of submission)

Note: A copy of remittance advice/invoice from the primary payer must be attached when you submit your claim.

7. Who receives payment from the program?

Payment from this program can be made to a pharmacy or healthcare provider who supplies the treatment, as well as directly to a patient if the patient paid out-of-pocket for eligible expenses.

8. How can I check my grant balance?

You can check your grant balance by calling 1-866-316-7263 and speaking to a customer service representative. Customer service representatives are available, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.

9. How do I use my ID card?

Present your ID card at your doctor's office or at a participating pharmacy at the time services are rendered.

10. What should I do if I lose my ID card?

If you misplaced or do not have your benefit card, the pharmacy can call 1-866-316-7263, extension 72244 for electronic billing assistance, which is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.

11. Can I obtain reimbursement for medication expenses I received before I began assistance with this program?

During your initial enrollment period, this program will consider for reimbursement medication expenses incurred up to 90 days prior to your approval date.

12. What if I change my contact information, provider, or medications?

A change in your contact information, provider or medications will not change your enrollment. If your information has changed, call us at 1-866-316-7263 to update your records.

13. My enrollment period is ending soon. Is my assistance renewable?

If you meet the program-specific eligibility criteria, you are eligible for a renewal grant at the end of the enrollment period, if funds are available. The program will automatically send you a renewal application at the end of your enrollment period if the specific disease program is accepting renewal patients.



Programs for Special Medical Conditions -- List of drugs


Find specific medications here by name: Use your browser's Find function (Ctrl-f and then F3s).

CAPS can advocate for savings. CAPS can research special medical conditions savings.

Medications Covered for these conditions (these are limited so some may not be available):

| 8-Mop (methoxsalen) | Abacavir (abacavir sulfate) | Abacavir-Lamivudine (abacavir sulfate/lamivudine) | Abacavir-Lamivudine-Zidovudine (abacavir sulfate/lamivudine/zidovudine) | Abraxane (paclitaxel protein-bound) | Absorica (isotretinoin) | Accolate (zafirlukast) | Accuneb (albuterol sulfate) | Accupril (quinapril hcl) | Accuretic (quinapril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Acebutolol Hcl (acebutolol hcl) | Aceon (perindopril erbumine) | Acitretin (acitretin) | Actemra (tocilizumab) | Acthrel (corticorelin ovine triflutate) | Actimmune (interferon gamma-1b,recomb.) | Active Injection Kit D (dexamethasone sodium phosphate/pf) | Actonel (risedronate sodium) | Adcetris (brentuximab vedotin) | Adriamycin (doxorubicin hcl) | Adrucil (fluorouracil) | Adult Tussin Cough Congest Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Adv Allergy Collection Kit (hydrocortisone) | Advair Diskus (fluticasone propionate/salmeterol xinafoate) | Advair Hfa (fluticasone propionate/salmeterol xinafoate) | Advicor (niacin/lovastatin) | Aerospan (flunisolide) | Affinity (n/a) | Afinitor (everolimus) | Afinitor Disperz (everolimus) | Agrylin (anagrelide hcl) | A-Hydrocort (hydrocortisone sod succinate) | Akynzeo (netupitant/palonosetron hcl) | Al-12 (ammonium lactate) | Ala Seb T (salicylic acid/coal tar/sulfur) | Ala-Cort (hydrocortisone) | Ala-Scalp (hydrocortisone) | Albuterol Sulfate (albuterol sulfate) | Alcalak (calcium carbonate) | Alclometasone Dipropionate (alclometasone dipropionate) | Aldactazide (spironolactone/hydrochlorothiazide) | Aldactone (spironolactone) | Aldara (imiquimod) | Alecensa (alectinib hcl) | Alendronate Sodium (alendronate sodium) | Aler-Caps (diphenhydramine hcl) | Aler-Tab (diphenhydramine hcl) | Aleve (naproxen sodium) | Alimta (pemetrexed disodium) | Alka-Seltzer Plus Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Alkeran (melphalan hcl) | Alkeran (melphalan) | All Day Pain Relief (naproxen sodium) | All Day Relief (naproxen sodium) | Aller-G-Time (diphenhydramine hcl) | Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Allergy Medication (diphenhydramine hcl) | Allergy Medicine (diphenhydramine hcl) | Allergy Relief (diphenhydramine hcl) | Alloderm (n/a) | Alloskin (n/a) | Alloskin Ac, 1Cm (n/a) | Alloskin Rt (n/a) | Allowrap Ds Or Dry (n/a) | Alora (estradiol) | Aloxi (palonosetron hcl) | Alprazolam (alprazolam) | Alprazolam Er (alprazolam) | Alprazolam Intensol (alprazolam) | Alprazolam Odt (alprazolam) | Alprazolam Xr (alprazolam) | Altace (ramipril) ' Altoprev (lovastatin) | Aluminum Hydroxide (aluminum hydroxide) | Alunbrig (brigatinib) | Alvesco (ciclesonide) | Amantadine (amantadine hcl) | Amcinonide (amcinonide) | A-Methapred (methylprednisolone sodium succinate) | Amidate (etomidate) | Amiloride Hcl (amiloride hcl) | Amiloride-Hydrochlorothiazide (amiloride hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Amiodarone Hcl (amiodarone hcl) | Amlactin (ammonium lactate) | Amlodipine-Atorvastatin (amlodipine besylate/atorvastatin calcium) | Ammonium Lactate (ammonium lactate) | Amnesteem (isotretinoin) | Amnioband, Guardian (n/a) | Amnioexcel / Bio D Excel (n/a) | Amniomatrix / Biodmatrix (n/a) | Amniopro Flow, Bioskin Flow, Biorenew Flow, Wound Ex Flow, Amniogen-A Amniogen-C (n/a) | Amniopro, Bioskin, Biorenew, Woundex, Amniogen-45, Amniogen-200 (n/a) | Ampyra (dalfampridine) | Anagrelide Hcl (anagrelide hcl) | Anaprox (naproxen sodium) | Anaprox Ds (naproxen sodium) | Anastrozole (anastrozole) | Androxy (fluoxymesterone) | Antacid (calcium carbonate/magnesium hydroxide) | Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Antacid Calcium (calcium carbonate) | Antacid Extra Strength (calcium carbonate) | Antacid Tablet (magnesium trisilicate/al hydrox/sod bicarb/alginic acid) | Antacid Ultra Strength (calcium carbonate) | Antara (fenofibrate,micronized) | Anti-Dandruff (coal tar) | Antihist (diphenhydramine hcl) | Antihistamine (diphenhydramine hcl) | Anti-Itch (hydrocortisone) | Anti-Itch Creme (hydrocortisone/aloe vera/vitamin e acetate/vitamins a and d) | Anti-Itch Plus (hydrocortisone/aloe vera/vitamin e acetate/vitamins a and d) | Anti-Itch Spray (hydrocortisone) | Anzemet (dolasetron mesylate) | Apexicon (diflorasone diacetate) | Apexicon E (diflorasone diacetate/emollient base) | Apligraf (cultured skin substitute, human, and bovine) | Apokyn (apomorphine hcl) | Aprepitant (aprepitant) | Apriso (mesalamine) | Aptivus (tipranavir/vitamin e tpgs) | Aptivus (tipranavir) | Aqua Glycolic Hc (hydrocortisone/skin cleanser combination no.25) | Aquadeks (pediatric multivit comb no.40/phytonadione) | Aquadeks (multivitamin with min no.52/folic acid/phytonadione/ubidecar) | Aquadeks (multivitamin with min no.51/folic acid/phytonadione/ubidecar) | Aquanil Hc (hydrocortisone) | Aquasol A (vitamin a palmitate) | Aquasol E (vitamin e) | Aranesp (darbepoetin alfa in polysorbate 80) | Arava (leflunomide) | Architect Ecm (n/a) | Arimidex (anastrozole) | Arnuity Ellipta (fluticasone furoate) | Aromasin (exemestane) | Arranon (nelarabine) | Arthroflex (n/a) | Arthrotec 50 (diclofenac sodium/misoprostol) | Arthrotec 75 (diclofenac sodium/misoprostol) | Arze-Ject-A (triamcinolone acetonide) | Arzerra (ofatumumab) | Asacol Hd (mesalamine) | Asmanex (mometasone furoate) | Asmanex Hfa (mometasone furoate) | Astagraf Xl (tacrolimus) | Atacand (candesartan cilexetil) | Atacand Hct (candesartan cilexetil/hydrochlorothiazide) | Atelvia (risedronate sodium) | Atenolol (atenolol) | Atenolol-Chlorthalidone (atenolol/chlorthalidone) | Atgam (lymphocyte immune globulin,antithymocyte (equine)) | Ativan (lorazepam) | Atorvastatin Calcium (atorvastatin calcium) | Atripla (efavirenz/emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) | Atropine Care (atropine sulfate) | Atropine Sulfate (atropine sulfate) | Atrovent Hfa (ipratropium bromide) | Aubagio (teriflunomide) | Aurix (n/a) | Auryxia (ferric citrate) | Avalide (irbesartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Avapro (irbesartan) | Avastin (bevacizumab) | Aveeno (hydrocortisone/colloidal oatmeal/aloe/vitamin e) | Avonex (interferon beta-1a/albumin human) | Avonex (interferon beta-1a) | Avonex Pen (interferon beta-1a) | Azacitidine (azacitidine) | Azasan (azathioprine) | Azathioprine (azathioprine) | Azilect (rasagiline mesylate) | Azulfidine (sulfasalazine) | Baby Ddrops (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Baby Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Baclofen (baclofen) | Bal In Oil (dimercaprol) | Balsalazide Disodium (balsalazide disodium) | Ban-Acid (calcium carbonate) | Banophen (diphenhydramine hcl) | Bcg (Tice Strain) (bcg live) | Beleodaq (belinostat) | Benadryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Benadryl Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Benazepril Hcl (benazepril hcl) | Benazepril-Hydrochlorothiazide (benazepril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Bendeka (bendamustine hcl) | Benicar (olmesartan medoxomil) | Benicar Hct (olmesartan medoxomil/hydrochlorothiazide) | Benztropine Mesylate (benztropine mesylate) | Beta Hc (hydrocortisone) | Betamethasone Acetate-Sod Phos (betamethasone acetate/betamethasone sodium phosphate) | Betamethasone Dipropionate (betamethasone dipropionate/propylene glycol) | Betamethasone Dipropionate (betamethasone dipropionate) | Betamethasone Valerate (betamethasone valerate) | Betapace (sotalol hcl) | Betapace Af (sotalol hcl) | Betaseron (interferon beta-1b) | Betatar Shampoo (coal tar) | Bexarotene (bexarotene) | Bicalutamide (bicalutamide) | Bicnu (carmustine) | Bidil (isosorbide dinitrate/hydralazine hcl) | Binosto (alendronate sodium) | Bio-Connekt Wound Matrix (n/a) | Biodfence (n/a) | Biodfence Dryflex (n/a) | Biovance (amniotic membrane allograft (human) sheet 6 cm x 6 cm) | Biovance (amniotic membrane allograft (human) sheet 4 cm x 4 cm) | Biovance (amniotic membrane allograft (human) sheet 2 cm x 3 cm) | Biovance (amniotic membrane allograft (human) sheet 1 cm x 2 cm) | Bisoprolol Fumarate (bisoprolol fumarate) | Bisoprolol-Hydrochlorothiazide (bisoprolol fumarate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Bivigam (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/glycine/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Bleomycin Sulfate (bleomycin sulfate) | Blephamide (sulfacetamide sodium/prednisolone acetate) | Blephamide S.O.P. (sulfacetamide sodium/prednisolone acetate) | Blincyto (blinatumomab) | Boniva (ibandronate sodium) | Bosulif (bosutinib) | Breo Ellipta (fluticasone furoate/vilanterol trifenatate) | Brevibloc (esmolol hcl in sodium chloride, iso-osmotic) | Brevibloc (esmolol hcl) | Bromocriptine Mesylate (bromocriptine mesylate) | Budesonide (budesonide) | Budesonide Ec (budesonide) | Bumetanide (bumetanide) | Busulfex (busulfan) | Bystolic (nebivolol hcl) | Cabergoline (cabergoline) | Cabometyx (cabozantinib s-malate) | Caduet (amlodipine besylate/atorvastatin calcium) | Calan (verapamil hcl) | Calan Sr (verapamil hcl) | Calci-Chew (calcium carbonate) | Calcidol (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Calciferol (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Calci-Mix (calcium carbonate) | Calcipotriene (calcipotriene) | Calcipotriene-Betamethasone Dp (calcipotriene/betamethasone dipropionate) | Calcitonin-Salmon (calcitonin,salmon,synthetic) | Calcitrene (calcipotriene) | Calcitriol (calcitriol) | Calcium (calcium carbonate) | Calcium Acetate (calcium acetate) | Calcium Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Calcium Carbonate (calcium carbonate) | Calcium Disodium Versenate (edetate calcium disodium) | Calcium Folinate (leucovorin calcium) | Cal-Gest (calcium carbonate) | Cal-Mint (calcium carbonate) | Calphron (calcium acetate) | Cambia (diclofenac potassium) | Campath (alemtuzumab) | Camptosar (irinotecan hcl) | Canasa (mesalamine) | Candesartan Cilexetil (candesartan cilexetil) | Candesartan-Hydrochlorothiazid (candesartan cilexetil/hydrochlorothiazide) | Capecitabine (capecitabine) | Capex Shampoo (fluocinolone acetonide) | Caprelsa (vandetanib) | Captopril (captopril) | Captopril-Hydrochlorothiazide (captopril/hydrochlorothiazide) | Carac (fluorouracil) | Carbidopa (carbidopa) | Carbidopa-Levodopa (carbidopa/levodopa) | Carbidopa-Levodopa Er (carbidopa/levodopa) | Carbidopa-Levodopa-Entacapone (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Carboplatin (carboplatin) | Cardizem (diltiazem hcl) | Cardizem Cd (diltiazem hcl) | Cardizem La (diltiazem hcl) | Carimune Nf Nanofiltered (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/sucrose/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Cartia Xt (diltiazem hcl) | Carvedilol (carvedilol) | Casodex (bicalutamide) | Cataflam (diclofenac potassium) | Ceenu (lomustine) | Celebrex (celecoxib) | Celecoxib (celecoxib) | Celestone (betamethasone acetate/betamethasone sodium phosphate) | Cellcept (mycophenolate mofetil hcl) | Cellcept (mycophenolate mofetil) | Cenestin (estrogens,conj.,synthetic a) | Cerdelga (eliglustat tartrate) | Cerezyme (imiglucerase) | Cerubidine (daunorubicin hcl) | Cesamet (nabilone) | Chemet (succimer) | Children|S Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Children|S Allergy Rapid Melts (diphenhydramine hcl) | Children|S Allergy Relief (diphenhydramine hcl) | Children|S Benadryl Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Children|S Complete Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Children|S Pepto (calcium carbonate) | Children|S Replesta (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Children|S Soothe (calcium carbonate) | Children|S Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Children|S Wal-Dryl Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Chlorothiazide (chlorothiazide) | Chlorothiazide Sodium (chlorothiazide sodium) | Chlorthalidone (chlorthalidone) | Cholestyramine (cholestyramine (with sugar)) | Cholestyramine Light (cholestyramine/aspartame) | Cimzia (certolizumab pegol) | Cinqair (reslizumab) | Cisplatin (cisplatin) | Cladribine (cladribine) | Claravis (isotretinoin) | Clarixflo (n/a) | Climara (estradiol) | Clobetasol Emollient (clobetasol propionate/emollient base) | Clobetasol Emulsion (clobetasol propionate/emollient base) | Clobetasol Propionate (clobetasol propionate) | Clobex (clobetasol propionate) | Clocortolone Pivalate (clocortolone pivalate) | Clodan (clobetasol propionate/skin cleanser comb no.28) | Clodan (clobetasol propionate) | Cloderm (clocortolone pivalate) | Clolar (clofarabine) | Cogentin (benztropine mesylate) | Colazal (balsalazide disodium) | Colestid (colestipol hcl) | Colestipol Hcl (colestipol hcl) | Combivent Respimat (ipratropium bromide/albuterol sulfate) | Combivir (lamivudine/zidovudine) | Cometriq (cabozantinib s-malate) | Compazine (prochlorperazine maleate) | Compazine (prochlorperazine) | Complera (emtricitabine/rilpivirine hcl/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) | Complete Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Compro (prochlorperazine) | Comtan (entacapone) | Copaxone (glatiramer acetate) | Copegus (ribavirin) | Cordarone (amiodarone hcl) | Cordran (flurandrenolide) | Coreg (carvedilol) | Coreg Cr (carvedilol phosphate) | Corgard (nadolol) | Corlanor (ivabradine hcl) | Cormax (clobetasol propionate) | Cortaid (hydrocortisone) | Cortef (hydrocortisone) | Corticool (hydrocortisone) | Cortisone (hydrocortisone) | Cortisone + Cooling Relief (hydrocortisone) | Cortisone Acetate (cortisone acetate) | Cortisporin (neomycin/bacitracin/polymyxin b/hydrocortisone) | Cortizone-10 (hydrocortisone) | Cortizone-10 Plus (hydrocortisone) | Corvert (ibutilide fumarate) | Corzide (nadolol/bendroflumethiazide) | Cosentyx (2 Syringes) (secukinumab) | Cosentyx Pen (secukinumab) | Cosentyx Pen (2 Pens) (secukinumab) | Cosentyx Syringe (secukinumab) | Cotellic (cobimetinib fumarate) | Cough Control Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Cozaar (losartan potassium) | Creon (lipase/protease/amylase) | Crestor (rosuvastatin calcium) | Crixivan (indinavir sulfate) | Cromolyn Sodium (cromolyn sodium) | Cuprimine (penicillamine) | Cutar (coal tar) | Cutivate (fluticasone propionate) | Cyclogyl (cyclopentolate hcl) | Cyclopentolate Hcl (cyclopentolate hcl) | Cyclophosphamide (cyclophosphamide) | Cyclosporine (cyclosporine, modified) | Cyclosporine (cyclosporine) | Cyclosporine Modified (cyclosporine, modified) | Cymetra Injectable (n/a) | Cyproheptadine Hcl (cyproheptadine hcl) | Cyramza (ramucirumab) | Cytarabine (cytarabine/pf) | Cytarabine (cytarabine) | D3 Dots (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | D3-2000 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | D3-50 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Dacarbazine (dacarbazine) | Dacogen (decitabine) | Daklinza (daclatasvir dihydrochloride) | Danazol (danazol) | Darzalex (daratumumab) | Daunorubicin Hcl (daunorubicin hcl) | Daypro (oxaprozin) | Daytime-Nighttime (dextromethorphan hbr/phenylephrine/acetaminophen/doxylamine) | Daytime-Nighttime Cold-Flu (dextromethorphan hbr/phenylephrine/acetaminophen/doxylamine) | Daytime-Nitetime (dextromethorphan hbr/phenylephrine/acetaminophen/doxylamine) | Ddrops (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Decara (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Decitabine (decitabine) | Deferoxamine Mesylate (deferoxamine mesylate) | Delestrogen (estradiol valerate) | Delta D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Deltasone (prednisone) | Delzicol (mesalamine) | Demadex (torsemide) | Depen (penicillamine) | Depocyt (cytarabine liposome/pf) | Depo-Estradiol (estradiol cypionate) | Depo-Medrol (methylprednisolone acetate) | Dermacell (n/a) | Dermacinrx Cinlone-I Cpi (triamcinolone acetonide/lidocaine/prilocaine) | Dermacinrx Silazone (triamcinolone acetonide/silicones) | Dermagraft (cultured skin substitute, human, and bovine) | Dermapure (n/a) | Dermarest Eczema (hydrocortisone) | Derma-Smoothe-Fs (fluocinolone acetonide/shower cap) | Derma-Smoothe-Fs (fluocinolone acetonide) | Dermasorb Hc (hydrocortisone/skin cleanser combination no.35) | Dermasorb Ta (triamcinolone acetonide/emollient combination no.86) | Dermatop (prednicarbate) | Dermavest And Plurivest (n/a) | Dermawerx Sds (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Dermazone (triamcinolone acetonide/silicones) | Dermotic (fluocinolone acetonide oil) | Descovy (emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide fumarate) | Desferal (deferoxamine mesylate) | Desferal Mesylate (deferoxamine mesylate) | Desonate (desonide) | Desonide (desonide) | Desowen (desonide) | Desoximetasone (desoximetasone) | Dexamethasone (dexamethasone) | Dexamethasone Intensol (dexamethasone) | Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate (dexamethasone sodium phosphate/pf) | Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate (dexamethasone sod phosphate) | Dexpak (dexamethasone) | Dhs Tar (coal tar) | Dhs Tar Gel (coal tar) | Diabetic Tussin Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Dialyvite Vitamin D (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Dialyvite Vitamin D3 Max (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Diclofenac Potassium (diclofenac potassium) | Diclofenac Sodium (diclofenac sodium) | Diclofenac Sodium Er (diclofenac sodium) | Diclofenac Sodium-Misoprostol (diclofenac sodium/misoprostol) | Didanosine (didanosine) | Diflorasone Diacetate (diflorasone diacetate) | Diflunisal (diflunisal) | Digitek (digoxin) | Digox (digoxin) | Digoxin (digoxin) | Dilacor Xr (diltiazem hcl) | Dilatrate-Sr (isosorbide dinitrate) | Dilt-Cd (diltiazem hcl) | Diltia Xt (diltiazem hcl) | Diltiazem 12Hr Er (diltiazem hcl) | Diltiazem 24Hr Cd (diltiazem hcl) | Diltiazem 24Hr Er (diltiazem hcl) | Diltiazem Er (diltiazem hcl) | Diltiazem Hcl (diltiazem hcl) | Dilt-Xr (diltiazem hcl) | Diltzac Er (diltiazem hcl) | Diovan (valsartan) | Diovan Hct (valsartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Dipentum (olsalazine sodium) | Diphedryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Diphedryl Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Diphen (diphenhydramine hcl) | Diphenhist (diphenhydramine hcl) | Diphenhydramine Hcl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Diprolene (betamethasone dipropionate/propylene glycol) | Diprolene Af (betamethasone dipropionate/propylene glycol) | Disopyramide Phosphate (disopyramide phosphate) | Diuril (chlorothiazide) | Divigel (estradiol) | Docefrez (docetaxel) | Docetaxel (docetaxel) | Dofetilide (dofetilide) | Doubledex (dexamethasone sodium phosphate/pf) | Dovonex (calcipotriene) | Doxercalciferol (doxercalciferol) | Doxil (doxorubicin hcl pegylated liposomal) | Doxorubicin Hcl (doxorubicin hcl) | Doxorubicin Hcl Liposome (doxorubicin hcl pegylated liposomal) | Drisdol (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Drithocreme Hp (anthralin) | Dronabinol (dronabinol) | Droxia (hydroxyurea) | Duavee (estrogens, conjugated/bazedoxifene acetate) | Duexis (ibuprofen/famotidine) | Dulera (mometasone furoate/formoterol fumarate) | Duoneb (ipratropium bromide/albuterol sulfate) | Duopa (carbidopa/levodopa) | Dupixent (dupilumab) | Durezol (difluprednate) | Dutoprol (metoprolol succinate/hydrochlorothiazide) | D-Vi-Sol (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | D-Vita (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Dyazide (triamterene/hydrochlorothiazide) | Dyrenium (triamterene) | E-200 (vitamin e (dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate)) | Ec-Naprosyn (naproxen) | Eczema Anti-Itch (hydrocortisone) | Edarbi (azilsartan medoxomil) | Edarbyclor (azilsartan medoxomil/chlorthalidone) | Edurant (rilpivirine hcl) | Efudex (fluorouracil) | Eldepryl (selegiline hcl) | Elelyso (taliglucerase alfa) | Elestrin (estradiol) | Elidel (pimecrolimus) | Eligard (leuprolide acetate) | Eliphos (calcium acetate) | Elixophyllin (theophylline anhydrous) | Ellence (epirubicin hcl) | Elocon (mometasone furoate) | Eloxatin (oxaliplatin) | Elta Lite Tar (coal tar) | Elta Tar (coal tar) | Emend (fosaprepitant dimeglumine) | Emend (aprepitant) | Empliciti (elotuzumab) | Emtriva (emtricitabine) | Enalapril Maleate (enalapril maleate) | Enalaprilat (enalaprilat dihydrate) | Enalapril-Hydrochlorothiazide (enalapril maleate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Enbrel (etanercept) | Enjuvia (estrogens,conj.,synthetic b) | Enstilar (calcipotriene/betamethasone dipropionate) | Entacapone (entacapone) | Entocort Ec (budesonide) | Entresto (sacubitril/valsartan) | Entyvio (vedolizumab) | Envarsus Xr (tacrolimus) | Epaned (enalapril maleate) | Epclusa (sofosbuvir/velpatasvir) | Epifix Amniotic Membrane (human regenerative tissue matrix) | Epifix, Inj, 1Mg (n/a) | Epirubicin Hcl (epirubicin hcl) | Epivir (lamivudine) | Epivir Hbv (lamivudine) | Eplerenone (eplerenone) | Epogen (epoetin alfa) | Eprosartan Mesylate (eprosartan mesylate) | Epzicom (abacavir sulfate/lamivudine) | Erbitux (cetuximab) | Ergocalciferol (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Ergocalciferol (Vitamin D2) (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Erivedge (vismodegib) | Erwinaze (asparaginase (erwinia chrysanthemi)) | Esbriet (pirfenidone) | Esmolol Hcl (esmolol hcl) | Estrace (estradiol) | Estradiol (estradiol) | Estradiol Valerate (estradiol valerate) | Estrasorb (estradiol) | Estrogel (estradiol) | Etodolac (etodolac) | Etodolac Er (etodolac) | Etomidate (etomidate) | Etopophos (etoposide phosphate) | Etoposide (etoposide) | Eucrisa (crisaborole) | Evamist (estradiol) | Evista (raloxifene hcl) | Evomela (melphalan hcl) | Evotaz (atazanavir sulfate/cobicistat) | Excellagen (n/a) | Exelon (rivastigmine tartrate) | Exelon (rivastigmine) | Exemestane (exemestane) | Exjade (deferasirox) | Extavia (interferon beta-1b) | Eylea (aflibercept) | Ez-Derm (n/a) | Ezetimibe (ezetimibe) | Fareston (toremifene citrate) | Farydak (panobinostat lactate) | Faslodex (fulvestrant) | Feldene (piroxicam) | Femara (letrozole) | Fenofibrate (fenofibrate,micronized) | Fenofibrate (fenofibrate nanocrystallized) | Fenofibrate (fenofibrate) | Fenofibric Acid (fenofibric acid (choline)) | Fenofibric Acid (fenofibric acid) | Fenoglide (fenofibrate) | Fenoprofen Calcium (fenoprofen calcium) | Fenortho (fenoprofen calcium) | Ferriprox (deferiprone) | Fibricor (fenofibric acid) | Firmagon (degarelix acetate) | Flanax (naproxen sodium) | Flarex (fluorometholone acetate) | Flavor Chews Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Flebogamma Dif (immune globulin,gamma (igg)/sorbitol/iga 0 to 50 mcg/ml) | Flebogamma Dif (immune globul,gamma(igg)/sorbitol/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Flecainide Acetate (flecainide acetate) | Flector (diclofenac epolamine) | Flexhd/Allopatch Hd/Matrix Hd (n/a) | Flonase (fluticasone propionate) | Flo-Pred (prednisolone acetate) | Flovent Diskus (fluticasone propionate) | Flovent Hfa (fluticasone propionate) | Floxuridine (floxuridine) | Fludarabine Phosphate (fludarabine phosphate) | Fluocinolone Acetonide (fluocinolone acetonide/shower cap) | Fluocinolone Acetonide (fluocinolone acetonide) | Fluocinolone Acetonide Oil (fluocinolone acetonide oil) | Fluocinonide (fluocinonide) | Fluocinonide Emollient (fluocinonide/emollient base) | Fluocinonide-E (fluocinonide/emollient base) | Fluorometholone (fluorometholone) | Fluoroplex (fluorouracil) | Fluorouracil (fluorouracil) | Flurandrenolide (flurandrenolide) | Flurbiprofen (flurbiprofen) | Flutamide (flutamide) | Fluticasone Propionate (fluticasone propionate) | Fluvastatin Er (fluvastatin sodium) | Fluvastatin Sodium (fluvastatin sodium) | Fml (fluorometholone) | Fml Forte (fluorometholone) | Fml S.O.P. (fluorometholone) | Folotyn (pralatrexate) | Foradil (formoterol fumarate) | Fortaderm (collagen fenestrated (porcine) sheet) | Fortaderm Antimicrobial Phmb (collagen-antimicrobial sheet) | Forteo (teriparatide) | Fortical (calcitonin,salmon,synthetic) | Fosamax (alendronate sodium) | Fosamax Plus D (alendronate sodium/cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Fosinopril Sodium (fosinopril sodium) | Fosinopril-Hydrochlorothiazide (fosinopril sodium/hydrochlorothiazide) | Fosrenol (lanthanum carbonate) | Furosemide (furosemide) | Fusilev (levoleucovorin calcium) | Fuzeon (enfuvirtide) | Gablofen (baclofen) | Galzin (zinc acetate) | Gamastan S-D (immune globulin,gamma(igg)/glycine) | Gammagard Liquid (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/glycine/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Gammagard S-D (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/glycine/glucose/iga 0 to 50 mcg/ml) | Gammagraft (n/a) | Gammaked (immune globulin,gamma(igg)/glycine/iga average 46 mcg/ml) | Gammaplex (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/sorbitol/glycin/iga 0 to 50 mcg/ml) | Gamunex (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/glycine/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Gamunex-C (immune globulin,gamma(igg)/glycine/iga average 46 mcg/ml) | Gattex (teduglutide) | Gazyva (obinutuzumab) | Gemcitabine Hcl (gemcitabine hcl) | Gemfibrozil (gemfibrozil) | Gemzar (gemcitabine hcl) | Gengraf (cyclosporine, modified) | Genotropin (somatropin) | Genvoya (elvitegravir/cobicistat/emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide) | Geri-Dryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Geri-Hydrolac (ammonium lactate) | Giazo (balsalazide disodium) | Gilenya (fingolimod hcl) | Gilotrif (afatinib dimaleate) | Glatopa (glatiramer acetate) | Gleevec (imatinib mesylate) | Gleostine (lomustine) | Grafix Core (human regenerative tissue matrix) | Grafix Prime (human regenerative tissue matrix) | Graftjacket (n/a) | Graftjacket Xpress (n/a) | Granisetron Hcl (granisetron hcl/pf) | Granisetron Hcl (granisetron hcl) | Granisol (granisetron hcl) | Granix (tbo-filgrastim) | H.P. Acthar (corticotropin) | Halaven (eribulin mesylate) | Haldol (haloperidol lactate) | Halobetasol Propionate (halobetasol propionate) | Halog (halcinonide) | Haloperidol (haloperidol lactate) | Haloperidol (haloperidol) | Haloperidol Lactate (haloperidol lactate) | Harvoni (ledipasvir/sofosbuvir) | Hecoria (tacrolimus) | Hectorol (doxercalciferol) | Helicoll (n/a) | Hemangeol (propranolol hcl) | Herceptin (trastuzumab) | Hexalen (altretamine) | High Potency Calcium (calcium carbonate) | Homatropaire (homatropine hbr) | Homatropine Hydrobromide (homatropine hbr) | Humatrope (somatropin) | Humira (adalimumab) | Humira Pediatric Crohn|S (adalimumab) | Humira Pen (adalimumab) | Humira Pen Crohn-Uc-Hs Starter (adalimumab) | Humira Pen Psoriasis-Uveitis (adalimumab) | Hyalomatrix (n/a) | Hycamtin (topotecan hcl) | Hydralazine Hcl (hydralazine hcl) | Hydrea (hydroxyurea) | Hydro Skin (hydrocortisone) | Hydrochlorothiazide (hydrochlorothiazide) | Hydrocortisone (hydrocortisone/mineral oil/petrolatum,white) | Hydrocortisone (hydrocortisone acetate) | Hydrocortisone (hydrocortisone) | Hydrocortisone Acetate (hydrocortisone acetate/aloe vera) | Hydrocortisone Acetate (hydrocortisone acetate) | Hydrocortisone Butyrate (hydrocortisone butyrate/emollient base) | Hydrocortisone Butyrate (hydrocortisone butyrate) | Hydrocortisone Plus (hydrocortisone/aloe vera) | Hydrocortisone Valerate (hydrocortisone valerate) | Hydrocortisone-Aloe (hydrocortisone/aloe vera) | Hydrocream (hydrocortisone) | Hydroskin (hydrocortisone/aloe vera) | Hydroskin (hydrocortisone) | Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate (hydroxychloroquine sulfate) | Hydroxyurea (hydroxyurea) | Hydroxyzine Hcl (hydroxyzine hcl) | Hydroxyzine Pamoate (hydroxyzine pamoate) | Hyzaar (losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide) | Ibandronate Sodium (ibandronate sodium) | Ibrance (palbociclib) | Ibuprofen (ibuprofen) | Ibutilide Fumarate (ibutilide fumarate) | Iclusig (ponatinib hcl) | Idamycin Pfs (idarubicin hcl) | Idarubicin Hcl (idarubicin hcl) | Ifex (ifosfamide) | Ifosfamide (ifosfamide) | Ifosfamide-Mesna (ifosfamide/mesna) | Iluvien (fluocinolone acetonide) | Imatinib Mesylate (imatinib mesylate) | Imbruvica (ibrutinib) | Imiquimod (imiquimod) | Imlygic (talimogene laherparepvec) | Imuran (azathioprine) | Indapamide (indapamide) | Inderal La (propranolol hcl) | Inderal Xl (propranolol hcl) | Indocin (indomethacin) | Indomethacin (indomethacin) | Infergen (interferon alfacon-1) | Inflectra (infliximab-dyyb) | Inlyta (axitinib) | Innopran Xl (propranolol hcl) | Inspra (eplerenone) | Integra Bmwd (n/a) | Integra Drt (n/a) | Integra Flowable Wound Matrix (n/a) | Integra Matrix (n/a) | Integra Meshed Bil Wound Mat (n/a) | Intelence (etravirine) | Intron A (interferon alfa-2b,recomb.) | Invirase (saquinavir mesylate) | Ionil T (coal tar) | Ipratropium Bromide (ipratropium bromide) | Ipratropium-Albuterol (ipratropium bromide/albuterol sulfate) | Irbesartan (irbesartan) | Irbesartan-Hydrochlorothiazide (irbesartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Iressa (gefitinib) | Irinotecan Hcl (irinotecan hcl) | Isentress (raltegravir potassium) | Isochron (isosorbide dinitrate) | Isopto Atropine (atropine sulfate) | Isordil (isosorbide dinitrate) | Isordil Titradose (isosorbide dinitrate) | Isosorbide Dinitrate (isosorbide dinitrate) | Istodax (romidepsin) | Ixempra (ixabepilone) | Jadenu (deferasirox) | Jakafi (ruxolitinib phosphate) | Jetrea (ocriplasmin/pf) | Jevtana (cabazitaxel) | Just D (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Juxtapid (lomitapide mesylate) | Kadcyla (ado-trastuzumab emtansine) | Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) | Kayexalate (sodium polystyrene sulfonate) | Kenalog (triamcinolone acetonide) | Kenalog-10 (triamcinolone acetonide) | Kenalog-40 (triamcinolone acetonide) | Keramatrix, Per Sq. Cm (n/a) | Ketoconazole (ketoconazole) | Ketoprofen (ketoprofen) | Keytruda (pembrolizumab) | Kids Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Kineret (anakinra) | Kionex (sodium polystyrene sulfonate/sorbitol solution) | Kionex (sodium polystyrene sulfonate) | Kisqali (ribociclib succinate) | Klofensaid Ii (diclofenac sodium) | Korlym (mifepristone) | Kynamro (mipomersen sodium) | Kyprolis (carfilzomib) | Labetalol Hcl (labetalol hcl) | Lac-Hydrin (ammonium lactate) | Lac-Hydrin Five (ammonium lactate) | Lac-Hydrin Twelve (ammonium lactate) | Lamivudine (lamivudine) | Lamivudine Hbv (lamivudine) | Lamivudine-Zidovudine (lamivudine/zidovudine) | Lanoxin (digoxin) | Lanoxin Pediatric (digoxin) | Lasix (furosemide) | Leflunomide (leflunomide) | Lemtrada (alemtuzumab) | Lenvima (lenvatinib mesylate) | Lescol (fluvastatin sodium) | Lescol Xl (fluvastatin sodium) | Letrozole (letrozole) | Leucovorin Calcium (leucovorin calcium) | Leukeran (chlorambucil) | Leukine (sargramostim) | Leuprolide Acetate (leuprolide acetate) | Levalbuterol Concentrate (levalbuterol hcl) | Levalbuterol Hcl (levalbuterol hcl) | Levalbuterol Tartrate Hfa (levalbuterol tartrate) | Levoleucovorin Calcium (levoleucovorin calcium) | Levo-T (levothyroxine sodium) | Levothyroxine Sodium (levothyroxine sodium) | Levoxyl (levothyroxine sodium) | Levulan (aminolevulinic acid hcl) | Lexiva (fosamprenavir calcium) | Lialda (mesalamine) | Lioresal Intrathecal (baclofen) | Lipitor (atorvastatin calcium) | Lipodox (doxorubicin hcl pegylated liposomal) | Lipodox 50 (doxorubicin hcl pegylated liposomal) | Lipofen (fenofibrate) | Liptruzet (ezetimibe/atorvastatin calcium) | Liqui-E (tocophersolan) | Lisinopril (lisinopril) | Lisinopril-Hydrochlorothiazide (lisinopril/hydrochlorothiazide) | Livalo (pitavastatin calcium) | Locoid (hydrocortisone butyrate) | Locoid Lipocream (hydrocortisone butyrate/emollient base) | Lodine (etodolac) | Lodosyn (carbidopa) | Lofibra (fenofibrate,micronized) | Lofibra (fenofibrate) | Lokara (desonide) | Lomustine (lomustine) | Lonsurf (trifluridine/tipiracil hcl) | Lopid (gemfibrozil) | Lopressor (metoprolol tartrate) | Lopressor Hct (metoprolol tartrate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Lorazepam (lorazepam) | Lorazepam Intensol (lorazepam) | Losartan Potassium (losartan potassium) | Losartan-Hydrochlorothiazide (losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide) | Lotensin (benazepril hcl) | Lotensin Hct (benazepril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Lovastatin (lovastatin) | Lucentis (ranibizumab) | Lufyllin (dyphylline) | Lupron Depot (leuprolide acetate) | Lupron Depot-Ped (leuprolide acetate) | Luxiq (betamethasone valerate) | Lynparza (olaparib) | Lysodren (mitotane) | Macugen (pegaptanib sodium) | Marinol (dronabinol) | Marqibo (vincristine sulfate liposomal) | Matristem Burn Matrix (n/a) | Matristem Micromatrix (n/a) | Matristem Wound Matrix (n/a) | Matulane (procarbazine hcl) | Matzim La (diltiazem hcl) | Mavik (trandolapril) | Maximum D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Maxitrol (neomycin/polymyxin b sulfate/dexamethasone) | Maxzide (triamterene/hydrochlorothiazide) | Maxzide-25 Mg (triamterene/hydrochlorothiazide) | Meclofenamate Sodium (meclofenamate sodium) | Mediproxen (naproxen sodium) | Medrol (methylprednisolone) | Megace (megestrol acetate) | Megace Es (megestrol acetate) | Megestrol Acetate (megestrol acetate) | Mekinist (trametinib dimethyl sulfoxide) | Meloxicam (meloxicam) | Melphalan Hcl (melphalan hcl) | Memoderm/Derma/Tranz/Integup (n/a) | Menest (estrogens,esterified) | Menostar (estradiol) | Mephyton (phytonadione) | Mesalamine (mesalamine with cleansing wipes) | Mesalamine (mesalamine) | Mesna (mesna) | Mesnex (mesna) | Metastron (strontium-89 chloride) | Methotrexate (methotrexate sodium/pf) | Methotrexate (methotrexate sodium) | Methoxsalen (methoxsalen, rapid) | Methylprednisolone (methylprednisolone) | Methylprednisolone Acetate (methylprednisolone acetate) | Methylprednisolone Sod Succ (methylprednisolone sodium succinate) | Metoclopramide Hcl (metoclopramide hcl) | Metoclopramide Hcl Odt (metoclopramide hcl) | Metolazone (metolazone) | Metopirone (metyrapone) | Metoprolol Succinate (metoprolol succinate) | Metoprolol Succinate Er-Hctz (metoprolol succinate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Metoprolol Tartrate (metoprolol tartrate) | Metoprolol-Hydrochlorothiazide (metoprolol tartrate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Metozolv Odt (metoclopramide hcl) | Mevacor (lovastatin) | Mg217 Psoriasis (coal tar) | Miacalcin (calcitonin,salmon,synthetic) | Micardis (telmisartan) | Micardis Hct (telmisartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Micort-Hc (hydrocortisone acetate) | Microzide (hydrochlorothiazide) | Midol (naproxen sodium) | Mifeprex (mifepristone) | Millipred (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Millipred (prednisolone) | Millipred Dp (prednisolone) | Minivelle (estradiol) | Mirapex (pramipexole di-hcl) | Mirapex Er (pramipexole di-hcl) | Mitoxantrone Hcl (mitoxantrone hcl) | Mobic (meloxicam) | Moderiba (ribavirin) | Moexipril Hcl (moexipril hcl) | Moexipril-Hydrochlorothiazide (moexipril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Mometasone Furoate (mometasone furoate) | Montelukast Sodium (montelukast sodium) | Mozobil (plerixafor) | Multaq (dronedarone hcl) | Mustargen (mechlorethamine hcl) | Mycophenolate Mofetil (mycophenolate mofetil) | Myleran (busulfan) | Myorisan (isotretinoin) | Nabumetone (nabumetone) | Nadolol (nadolol) | Nadolol-Bendroflumethiazide (nadolol/bendroflumethiazide) | Nalfon (fenoprofen calcium) | Naprelan (naproxen sodium) | Naprosyn (naproxen) | Naproxen (naproxen) | Naproxen Sodium (naproxen sodium) | Naproxen Sodium Cr (naproxen sodium) | Naproxen Sodium Ds (naproxen sodium) | Naproxen Sodium Er (naproxen sodium) | Naramin (diphenhydramine hcl) | Navelbine (vinorelbine tartrate) | Neomycin-Bacitracin-Poly-Hc (neomycin sulfate/bacitracin zinc/polymyxin b/hydrocortisone) | Neomycin-Polymyxin-Dexameth (neomycin/polymyxin b sulfate/dexamethasone) | Neomycin-Polymyxin-Hc (neomycin sulfate/polymyxin b sulfate/hydrocortisone) | Neo-Polycin Hc (neomycin sulfate/bacitracin zinc/polymyxin b/hydrocortisone) | Neoral (cyclosporine, modified) | Neosporin (hydrocortisone) | Neo-Synalar (neomycin sulfate/fluocinolone acetonide) | Neulasta (pegfilgrastim) | Neupogen (filgrastim) | Neupro (rotigotine) | Nevirapine (nevirapine) | Nevirapine Er (nevirapine) | Nexavar (sorafenib tosylate) | Nexterone (amiodarone in dextrose, iso-osmotic) | Niacin Er (niacin) | Niacor (niacin) | Niaspan (niacin) | Nighttime Allergy Relief (diphenhydramine hcl) | Nilandron (nilutamide) | Nilutamide (nilutamide) | Ninlaro (ixazomib citrate) | Nipent (pentostatin) | Niravam (alprazolam) | Noble Formula Hc (hydrocortisone) | Norditropin Flexpro (somatropin) | Norditropin Nordiflex (somatropin) | Norpace (disopyramide phosphate) | Norpace Cr (disopyramide phosphate) | Norvir (ritonavir) | Nplate (romiplostim) | Nucala (mepolizumab) | Nucort (hydrocortisone acetate/aloe vera) | Nu-Derm Tolereen (hydrocortisone) | Nuplazid (pimavanserin tartrate) | Nutrestore (glutamine) | Nutriarx (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Nutropin (somatropin) | Nutropin Aq (somatropin) | Nutropin Aq Nuspin (somatropin) | Nystatin-Triamcinolone (nystatin/triamcinolone acetonide) | Oasis Burn Matrix (collagen matrix meshed (porcine) sheet 7 x 20 cm) | Oasis Ultra (porcine submucosa, fenestrated) | Oasis Ultra (porcine acell submucosa,meshed) | Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) | Octagam (immune globulin,gamm(igg)/maltose/iga greater than 50 mcg/ml) | Octreotide Acetate (octreotide acetate) | Odefsey (emtricitabine/rilpivirine hcl/tenofovir alafenamide fumarate) | Odomzo (sonidegib phosphate) | Ofev (nintedanib esylate) | Olanzapine (olanzapine) | Olanzapine Odt (olanzapine) | Olmesartan Medoxomil (olmesartan medoxomil) | Olmesartan-Hydrochlorothiazide (olmesartan medoxomil/hydrochlorothiazide) | Olux (clobetasol propionate) | Olux-E (clobetasol propionate/emollient base) | Olysio (simeprevir sodium) | Omnipred (prednisolone acetate) | Omnitrope (somatropin) | Oncaspar (pegaspargase) | Ondansetron Hcl (ondansetron hcl/pf) | Ondansetron Hcl (ondansetron hcl) | Ondansetron Odt (ondansetron) | Opdivo (nivolumab) | Optimal D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Orapred (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Orapred Odt (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Orencia (abatacept/maltose) | Orencia (abatacept) | Orencia Clickject (abatacept) | Ormir (diphenhydramine hcl) | Otezla (apremilast) | Otrexup (methotrexate/pf) | Oxaliplatin (oxaliplatin) | Oxaprozin (oxaprozin) | Oxipor Vhc (coal tar) | Oxsoralen (methoxsalen) | Oxsoralen-Ultra (methoxsalen, rapid) | Ozurdex (dexamethasone) | Pacerone (amiodarone hcl) | Paclitaxel (paclitaxel) | Pamidronate Disodium (pamidronate disodium) | Pancreaze (lipase/protease/amylase) | Pancrelipase 5,000 (lipase/protease/amylase) | Pandel (hydrocortisone probutate) | Parcopa (carbidopa/levodopa) | Paricalcitol (paricalcitol) | Parlodel (bromocriptine mesylate) | Pazol Xs (salicylic acid/coal tar/sulfur) | Pc Tar (coal tar) | Pediaderm Hc (hydrocortisone/emollient combination no.45) | Pediaderm Ta (triamcinolone acetonide/emollient combination no.45) | Pediapred (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Pegasys (peginterferon alfa-2a) | Pegasys Proclick (peginterferon alfa-2a) | Pennsaid (diclofenac sodium) | Pentasa (mesalamine) | Pentostatin (pentostatin) | Perforomist (formoterol fumarate) | Perindopril Erbumine (perindopril erbumine) | Perjeta (pertuzumab) | Pertzye (lipase/protease/amylase) | Pharbedryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Phenadoz (promethazine hcl) | Phenergan (promethazine hcl) | Phoslo (calcium acetate) | Phoslyra (calcium acetate) | Photofrin (porfimer sodium) | Physicians Ez Use M-Pred (methylprednisolone acetate/bupivacaine hcl) | Piroxicam (piroxicam) | Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine sulfate) | Plegridy (peginterferon beta-1a) | Plegridy Pen (peginterferon beta-1a) | Pomalyst (pomalidomide) | Portrazza (necitumumab) | Praluent Pen (alirocumab) | Praluent Syringe (alirocumab) | Pramipexole Dihydrochloride (pramipexole di-hcl) | Pramipexole Er (pramipexole di-hcl) | Pravachol (pravastatin sodium) | Pravastatin Sodium (pravastatin sodium) | Pred Forte (prednisolone acetate) | Pred Mild (prednisolone acetate) | Pred-G (gentamicin sulfate/prednisolone acetate) | Prednicarbate (prednicarbate) | Prednisolone (prednisolone) | Prednisolone Acetate (prednisolone acetate) | Prednisolone Sodium Phos Odt (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Prednisone (prednisone) | Prednisone Intensol (prednisone) | Prelone (prednisolone) | Premarin (estrogens, conjugated) | Preparation H (hydrocortisone) | Prevalite (cholestyramine/aspartame) | Prezcobix (darunavir ethanolate/cobicistat) | Prezista (darunavir ethanolate) | Primatrix (n/a) | Prinivil (lisinopril) | Privigen (immune globulin,gamma (igg)/proline/iga 0 to 50 mcg/ml) | Proair Hfa (albuterol sulfate) | Proair Respiclick (albuterol sulfate) | Procainamide Hcl (procainamide hcl) | Pro-C-Dure 5 (triamcinolone acetonide) | Pro-C-Dure 6 (triamcinolone acetonide) | Prochlorperazine (prochlorperazine) | Prochlorperazine Edisylate (prochlorperazine edisylate) | Prochlorperazine Maleate (prochlorperazine maleate) | Procrit (epoetin alfa) | Proglycem (diazoxide) | Prograf (tacrolimus) | Proleukin (aldesleukin) | Prolia (denosumab) | Promacta (eltrombopag olamine) | Promethazine Hcl (promethazine hcl) | Promethegan (promethazine hcl) | Promogran (n/a) | Propafenone Hcl (propafenone hcl) | Propafenone Hcl Er (propafenone hcl) | Propranolol Hcl (propranolol hcl) | Propranolol Hcl Er (propranolol hcl) | Propranolol-Hydrochlorothiazid (propranolol hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Protopic (tacrolimus) | Provenge (sipuleucel-t/lactated ringers solution) | Proventil Hfa (albuterol sulfate) | Psorcon (diflorasone diacetate) | Psoriasin (coal tar) | Pulmicort (budesonide) | Pulmicort Flexhaler (budesonide) | Qbrelis (lisinopril) | Q-Dryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Quadramet (samarium sm 153 lexidronam) | Quenalin (diphenhydramine hcl) | Questran (cholestyramine (with sugar)) | Questran Light (cholestyramine/aspartame) | Quinapril Hcl (quinapril hcl) | Quinapril-Hydrochlorothiazide (quinapril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Quinidine Gluconate (quinidine gluconate) | Quinidine Sulfate (quinidine sulfate) | Qvar (beclomethasone dipropionate) | Raloxifene Hcl (raloxifene hcl) | Ramipril (ramipril) | Rapamune (sirolimus) | Rasagiline Mesylate (rasagiline mesylate) | Rasuvo (methotrexate/pf) | Rayaldee (calcifediol) | Rayos (prednisone) | Readysharp Methylprednisolone (methylprednisolone acetate) | Readysharp Triamcinolone (triamcinolone acetonide) | Rebetol (ribavirin) | Rebif (interferon beta-1a/albumin human) | Rebif Rebidose (interferon beta-1a/albumin human) | Reclast (zoledronic acid in mannitol and water for injection) | Recort Plus (hydrocortisone) | Reglan (metoclopramide hcl) | Regranex (becaplermin) | Remicade (infliximab) | Renagel (sevelamer hcl) | Renvela (sevelamer carbonate) | Repatha Pushtronex (evolocumab) | Repatha Sureclick (evolocumab) | Repatha Syringe (evolocumab) | Replesta (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Replesta Nx (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Requip (ropinirole hcl) | Requip Xl (ropinirole hcl) | Rescriptor (delavirdine mesylate) | Restasis (cyclosporine) | Restasis Multidose (cyclosporine) | Retisert (fluocinolone acetonide) | Retrovir (zidovudine) | Revlimid (lenalidomide) | Reyataz (atazanavir sulfate) | Rheumatrex (methotrexate sodium) | Rhophylac (rho(d) immune globulin) | Ribasphere (ribavirin) | Ribasphere Ribapak (ribavirin) | Ribatab (ribavirin) | Ribavirin (ribavirin) | Ridaura (auranofin) | Risedronate Sodium (risedronate sodium) | Risedronate Sodium Dr (risedronate sodium) | Rituxan (rituximab) | Rivastigmine (rivastigmine tartrate) | Rivastigmine (rivastigmine) | Rocaltrol (calcitriol) | Ropinirole Er (ropinirole hcl) | Ropinirole Hcl (ropinirole hcl) | Rosuvastatin Calcium (rosuvastatin calcium) | Rowasa (mesalamine with cleansing wipes) | Rubraca (rucaparib camsylate) | Rydapt (midostaurin) | Rytary (carbidopa/levodopa) | Rythmol (propafenone hcl) | Rythmol Sr (propafenone hcl) | Sabril (vigabatrin) | Safetussin Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Saizen (somatropin) | Sanadermrx (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Sancuso (granisetron) | Sandimmune (cyclosporine) | Sandostatin (octreotide acetate) | Sandostatin Lar (octreotide acetate, microspheres) | Sandostatin Lar Depot (octreotide acetate, microspheres) | Scalacort (hydrocortisone) | Scalacort Dk (hydrocortisone/salicylic acid/sulfur/shampoo no. 1) | Scalp Relief (hydrocortisone) | Scalpicin (hydrocortisone) | Scytera (coal tar) | Sectral (acebutolol hcl) | Selegiline Hcl (selegiline hcl) | Selzentry (maraviroc) | Sensipar (cinacalcet hcl) | Serevent Diskus (salmeterol xinafoate) | Sernivo (betamethasone dipropionate) | Serostim (somatropin) | Sevelamer Carbonate (sevelamer carbonate) | Sfrowasa (mesalamine) | Signifor (pasireotide diaspartate) | Signifor Lar (pasireotide pamoate) | Siladryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Silazone-Ii (triamcinolone acetonide/silicones) | Siliq (brodalumab) | Silphen (diphenhydramine hcl) | Simcor (niacin/simvastatin) | Simponi (golimumab) | Simponi Aria (golimumab) | Simvastatin (simvastatin) | Sinemet 10-100 (carbidopa/levodopa) | Sinemet 25-100 (carbidopa/levodopa) | Sinemet 25-250 (carbidopa/levodopa) | Sinemet Cr (carbidopa/levodopa) | Singulair (montelukast sodium) | Sirolimus (sirolimus) | Skin Treatment (ammonium lactate) | Smooth Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Smooth Dissolving Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Sodium Diuril (chlorothiazide sodium) | Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate (sodium polystyrene sulfonate) | Solodyn (minocycline hcl) | Soltamox (tamoxifen citrate) | Solu-Cortef (hydrocortisone sodium succinate/pf) | Solu-Cortef (hydrocortisone sod succinate) | Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone sodium succinate/pf) | Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone sodium succinate) | Somatuline Depot (lanreotide acetate) | Somavert (pegvisomant) | Soothing Care (hydrocortisone) | Soriatane (acitretin) | Sorilux (calcipotriene) | Sorine (sotalol hcl) | Sotalol (sotalol hcl) | Sotalol Af (sotalol hcl) | Sotalol Hcl (sotalol hcl) | Sotylize (sotalol hcl) | Sovaldi (sofosbuvir) | Spiriva (tiotropium bromide) | Spiriva Respimat (tiotropium bromide) | Spironolactone (spironolactone) | Spironolactone-Hctz (spironolactone/hydrochlorothiazide) | Sprycel (dasatinib) | Sps (sodium polystyrene sulfonate/sorbitol solution) | Stalevo 100 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stalevo 125 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stalevo 150 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stalevo 200 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stalevo 50 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stalevo 75 (carbidopa/levodopa/entacapone) | Stavudine (stavudine) | Stelara (ustekinumab) | Stiolto Respimat (tiotropium bromide/olodaterol hcl) | Stivarga (regorafenib) | Stribild (elvitegravir/cobicistat/emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil) | Sulfacetamide-Prednisolone (sulfacetamide sodium/prednisolone sodium phosphate) | Sulfasalazine (sulfasalazine) | Sulfasalazine Dr (sulfasalazine) | Sulindac (sulindac) | Super Calcium (calcium carbonate) | Super Daily D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Sure Result Tac Pak (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Sustiva (efavirenz) | Sustol (granisetron) | Sutent (sunitinib malate) | Sylatron (peginterferon alfa-2b) | Sylatron 4-Pack (peginterferon alfa-2b) | Symbicort (budesonide/formoterol fumarate) | Synagis (palivizumab) | Synalar (fluocinolone acetonide/emollient combination no.65) | Synalar (fluocinolone acetonide) | Synalar Ts (fluocinolone acetonide/skin cleanser comb no.28) | Synribo (omacetaxine mepesuccinate) | Synthroid (levothyroxine sodium) | Syprine (trientine hcl) | Taclonex (calcipotriene/betamethasone dipropionate) | Tacrolimus (tacrolimus) | Tafinlar (dabrafenib mesylate) | Tagrisso (osimertinib mesylate) | Taltz Autoinjector (ixekizumab) | Taltz Autoinjector (2 Pack) (ixekizumab) | Taltz Autoinjector (3 Pack) (ixekizumab) | Taltz Syringe (ixekizumab) | Taltz Syringe (2 Pack) (ixekizumab) | Taltz Syringe (3 Pack) (ixekizumab) | Talymed (n/a) | Tambocor (flecainide acetate) | Tame The Flame (calcium carbonate) | Tamoxifen Citrate (tamoxifen citrate) | Tarceva (erlotinib hcl) | Targretin (bexarotene) | Tarsum Gel-Shampoo (salicylic acid/coal tar) | Tasigna (nilotinib hcl) | Tasmar (tolcapone) | Taxotere (docetaxel) | Tazorac (tazarotene) | Taztia Xt (diltiazem hcl) | Tecentriq (atezolizumab) | Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate) | Technivie (ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ritonavir) | Telmisartan (telmisartan) | Telmisartan-Hydrochlorothiazid (telmisartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Temodar (temozolomide) | Temovate (clobetasol propionate) | Temovate Emollient (clobetasol propionate/emollient base) | Temozolomide (temozolomide) | Tenoretic 100 (atenolol/chlorthalidone) | Tenoretic 50 (atenolol/chlorthalidone) | Tenormin (atenolol) | Tera-Gel Tar (coal tar) | Terbutaline Sulfate (terbutaline sulfate) | Teveten (eprosartan mesylate) | Teveten Hct (eprosartan mesylate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Tev-Tropin (somatropin) | Texacort (hydrocortisone) | T-Gel (salicylic acid) | T-Gel (coal tar) | Thalomid (thalidomide) | Theo-24 (theophylline anhydrous) | Theochron (theophylline anhydrous) | Theophylline (theophylline anhydrous) | Theophylline Anhydrous (theophylline anhydrous) | Theophylline In 5% Dextrose (theophylline/dextrose 5 % in water) | Theracys (bcg live) | Thera-D (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Thera-Gel (coal tar) | Therapeutic Shampoo (coal tar) | Theraskin (n/a) | Thyrogen (thyrotropin alfa) | Tiazac (diltiazem hcl) | Tikosyn (dofetilide) | Timolol Maleate (timolol maleate) | Tirosint (levothyroxine sodium) | Tivicay (dolutegravir sodium) | Tivorbex (indomethacin, submicronized) | Tizanidine Hcl (tizanidine hcl) | Tobradex (tobramycin/dexamethasone) | Tobradex St (tobramycin/dexamethasone) | Tobramycin-Dexamethasone (tobramycin/dexamethasone) | Tolcapone (tolcapone) | Tolmetin Sodium (tolmetin sodium) | Topicort (desoximetasone) | Toposar (etoposide) | Topotecan Hcl (topotecan hcl) | Toprol Xl (metoprolol succinate) | Torisel (temsirolimus) | Torsemide (torsemide) | Total Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | T-Plus (coal tar) | Trandate (labetalol hcl) | Trandolapril (trandolapril) | Treanda (bendamustine hcl) | Trelstar (triptorelin pamoate) | Tretinoin (tretinoin) | Trexall (methotrexate sodium) | Triamcinolone Acetonide (triamcinolone acetonide) | Triamterene-Hydrochlorothiazid (triamterene/hydrochlorothiazide) | Trianex (triamcinolone acetonide) | Tricor (fenofibrate nanocrystallized) | Triderm (triamcinolone acetonide) | Tridesilon (desonide) | Triesence (triamcinolone acetonide/pf) | Triglide (fenofibrate nanocrystallized) | Trihexyphenidyl Hcl (trihexyphenidyl hcl) | Trilipix (fenofibric acid (choline)) | Tri-Luma (fluocinolone acetonide/tretinoin/hydroquinone) | Tri-Sila (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Triumeq (abacavir sulfate/dolutegravir sodium/lamivudine) | Trizivir (abacavir sulfate/lamivudine/zidovudine) | Truvada (emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) | Tums (calcium carbonate) | Tums Freshers (calcium carbonate) | Tums Smoothies (calcium carbonate) | Tums Ultra (calcium carbonate) | Tums Ultra Strength (calcium carbonate) | Tums X-Str (calcium carbonate) | Tussin Cough (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Tussin Cough Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Tussin Cough-Chest Congestion (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Tussin Dm (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Tussin Dm Max (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Tybost (cobicistat) | Tykerb (lapatinib ditosylate) | Tymlos (abaloparatide) | Tysabri (natalizumab) | Uceris (budesonide) | U-Cort (hydrocortisone acetate/urea) | Ultra Dm Free & Clear (guaifenesin/dextromethorphan hbr) | Ultra Strength Antacid (calcium carbonate) | Ultravate (halobetasol propionate) | Ultravate X (halobetasol propionate/lactic acid) | Ultresa (lipase/protease/amylase) | Uniretic (moexipril hcl/hydrochlorothiazide) | Unite Biomatrix (n/a) | Unithroid (levothyroxine sodium) | Univasc (moexipril hcl) | Valchlor (mechlorethamine hcl) | Valsartan (valsartan) | Valsartan-Hydrochlorothiazide (valsartan/hydrochlorothiazide) | Valu-Dryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Valu-Dryl Allergy Medicine (diphenhydramine hcl) | Vanos (fluocinonide) | Vantas (histrelin acetate) | Varubi (rolapitant hcl) | Vaseretic (enalapril maleate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Vasotec (enalapril maleate) | Vectibix (panitumumab) | Vectical (calcitriol) | Velcade (bortezomib) | Velphoro (sucroferric oxyhydroxide) | Veltassa (patiromer calcium sorbitex) | Venclexta (venetoclax) | Venclexta Starting Pack (venetoclax) | Ventolin Hfa (albuterol sulfate) | Verapamil Er (verapamil hcl) | Verapamil Er Pm (verapamil hcl) | Verapamil Hcl (verapamil hcl) | Verapamil Sr (verapamil hcl) | Verdeso (desonide) | Verelan (verapamil hcl) | Verelan Pm (verapamil hcl) | Veripred 20 (prednisolone sod phosphate) | Vexol (rimexolone) | Vicks Qlearquil Nighttime (diphenhydramine hcl) | Vidaza (azacitidine) | Videx (didanosine) | Videx Ec (didanosine) | Viekira Pak (ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ritonavir/dasabuvir sodium) | Viekira Xr (ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ritonavir/dasabuvir sodium) | Vimovo (naproxen/esomeprazole magnesium) | Vinblastine Sulfate (vinblastine sulfate) | Vincasar Pfs (vincristine sulfate) | Vincristine Sulfate (vincristine sulfate) | Vinorelbine Tartrate (vinorelbine tartrate) | Viokace (lipase/protease/amylase) | Viracept (nelfinavir mesylate) | Viramune (nevirapine) | Viramune Xr (nevirapine) | Viread (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) | Vistaril (hydroxyzine pamoate) | Visudyne (verteporfin) | Vitamin A (vitamin a palmitate) | Vitamin A (vitamin a) | Vitamin A Palmitate (vitamin a palmitate) | Vitamin D (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol (vitamin d2)) | Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Vitamin D-400 (cholecalciferol (vitamin d3)) | Vitamin E (vitamin e mixed) | Vitamin E (vitamin e acid succinate) | Vitamin E (vitamin e acetate) | Vitamin E (vitamin e (dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate)) | Vitamin E (vitamin e) | Vitamin E Natural Blend (vitamin e mixed) | Vitamin E-Oil (vitamin e (dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate)) | Vitamin K (phytonadione) | Vitekta (elvitegravir) | Vivelle-Dot (estradiol) | Voltaren (diclofenac sodium) | Voltaren-Xr (diclofenac sodium) | Vospire Er (albuterol sulfate) | Votrient (pazopanib hcl) | Vpriv (velaglucerase alfa) | Vytorin (ezetimibe/simvastatin) | Wal-Dryl (diphenhydramine hcl) | Wal-Dryl Allergy (diphenhydramine hcl) | Wal-Proxen (naproxen sodium) | Welchol (colesevelam hcl) | Westcort (hydrocortisone valerate) | Whytederm Tdpak (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Whytederm Trilasil Pak (triamcinolone acetonide/dimethicone/silicone, adhesive) | Winrho Sdf (rho(d) immune globulin/maltose) | Wound Matrix (porcine submucosa, fenestrated) | Xalkori (crizotinib) | Xanax (alprazolam) | Xanax Xr (alprazolam) | Xeljanz (tofacitinib citrate) | Xeljanz Xr (tofacitinib citrate) | Xeloda (capecitabine) | Xerese (acyclovir/hydrocortisone) | Xgeva (denosumab) | Xifaxan (rifaximin) | Xilapak (fluocinolone acetonide/skin cleanser no.10/silicone, tape) | Xofigo (radium-223 dichloride) | Xolair (omalizumab) | Xopenex (levalbuterol hcl) | Xopenex Concentrate (levalbuterol hcl) | Xopenex Hfa (levalbuterol tartrate) | X-Seb T Plus (coal tar) | Xtandi (enzalutamide) | Yervoy (ipilimumab) | Zafirlukast (zafirlukast) | Zaltrap (ziv-aflibercept) | Zanaflex (tizanidine hcl) | Zanosar (streptozocin) | Zaroxolyn (metolazone) | Zarxio (filgrastim-sndz) | Zavesca (miglustat) | Zebeta (bisoprolol fumarate) | Zejula (niraparib tosylate) | Zelapar (selegiline hcl) | Zelboraf (vemurafenib) | Zemplar (paricalcitol) | Zenatane (isotretinoin) | Zenpep (lipase/protease/amylase) | Zepatier (elbasvir/grazoprevir) | Zerit (stavudine) | Zestoretic (lisinopril/hydrochlorothiazide) | Zestril (lisinopril) | Zetia (ezetimibe) | Zevalin (kit for prep yttrium-90/ibritumomab tiuxetan/albumin human) | Ziac (bisoprolol fumarate/hydrochlorothiazide) | Ziagen (abacavir sulfate) | Zidovudine (zidovudine) | Zinbryta (daclizumab) | Zipsor (diclofenac potassium) | Zithranol (anthralin micronized) | Zithranol-Rr (anthralin) | Zocor (simvastatin) | Zofran (ondansetron hcl) | Zofran Odt (ondansetron) | Zoladex (goserelin acetate) | Zoledronic Acid (zoledronic acid in mannitol and water for injection) | Zoledronic Acid (zoledronic acid) | Zolinza (vorinostat) | Zomacton (somatropin) | Zometa (zoledronic acid in mannitol and water for injection) | Zometa (zoledronic acid) | Zorbtive (somatropin) | Zortress (everolimus) | Zorvolex (diclofenac submicronized) | Zuplenz (ondansetron) | Zydelig (idelalisib) | Zyflo (zileuton) | Zyflo Cr (zileuton) | Zykadia (ceritinib) | Zylet (tobramycin/loteprednol etabonate) | Zyprexa (olanzapine) | Zyprexa Zydis (olanzapine) | Zytiga (abiraterone acetate)

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COMPETITORS' PRICING STRUCTURE

FIRST OF ALL, THE MEDICARE CO-PAY FOR GENERIC DRUGS BEATS THE CAPS PRICE AND THE COMPETITORS' PRICING.

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) WILL BEAT THE COMPETITORS' PRICING ON ITS PROGRAMS TO PROVIDE BRAND NAME DRUGS.

COMPANY A

application fee: $90.00

monthly fee: 80.00/mo

TOTAL $1050/yr.

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr.

$805.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM

COMPANY B

application fee: $40.00

monthly fee: 50.00/mo

TOTAL $640.00/yr

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr.

$405.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM.

COMPANY C

application fee $25.00

monthly fee 75.00/mo

TOTAL $925.00yr

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr.

$680.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM.

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DON'T WASTE ANOTHER SECOND!!!

Call Pete Mazza, the Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings

CALL: 847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

AND GET IN ON THE SAVINGS RIGHT NOW!!!


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Do you need help paying for the high cost of your drugs, to bring the cost down to have a better quality of life?

CAPS is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs, making them more affordable. You will get NAME BRAND Medications FREE from U.S. pharmaceutical companies.

Pete Mazza

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY

'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS.'


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PETE
MAZZA
CONSULTING
 
YOUR
CONSUMER
ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)
 
www.9898.us/caps
847-857-0135
pharmasavings
@yahoo.com
 
 
 

FACTS - -
 
 Did you know that:
 
        70% of Americans Take Medication on A Regular Basis

        78 Million Americans Have No Coverage for Prescriptions At All

        70 Million Americans Are Underinsured and Have Inadequate RX Coverage
  
 
 Insurance programs, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicare D have been put in place so that we, the people of the greatest country of the world, can have our health concerns treated.
 
 But many of us need help in the paying for our medications; and, CAPS assists those in need of overcoming the rising costs of medications.  This program makes it affordable to take your medications.  This will help you NOT miss work for health purposes, AVOID the doctor's office,  ERs or hospital stays and, possibly avoid bankruptcy and/or foreclosure!
 
FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICAIONS*
 
PETE MAZZA
 
Is YOUR CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS
 
847-857-0135
pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps
 
'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS'
 
THE COST OF BRAND NAME MEDICATION IS A PUBLIC HEALTH HUMILATION.
 
Ask yourself these questions?.
 
Do your BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS*
drain your finances?
 
Would you like to save money on your BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?
 
Are you tired of being RIPPED OFF by THE high cost of your FREE BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?*
 
Do you pay $25. or more on BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?*
 
Would you like to receive FREE NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS?* (some manufact-urers provide a discount card for their own med-ications.  We will direct you to these.)
 
Would you like to AVOID the PENALTY of the 'DONUT'?
 
If your answer is YES, to these questions, then contact:
 
Pete Mazza

YOUR CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)
 
847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

'At the intersection of
FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS*'
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FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICAIONS*

PETE MAZZA

Is YOUR CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUT-ICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps
 
'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS*'

THE COST OF BRAND NAME MEDICATION IS A PUBLIC HEALTH HUMILATION.

Ask yourself these questions?.

Do your BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS*
drain your finances?

Would you like to save money on your BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?*

Are you tired of being RIPPED OFF by THE high ost of your FREE BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?*

Do you pay $25. or more on BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS?*

Would you like to receive FREE NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS?*
(some manufact-urers provide a discount card for their own med-ications.  We will direct you to these.)

Would you like to AVOID the PENALTY of the 'DONUT'?

If your answer is YES, to these questions, then contact:

Pete Mazza
THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)

847-857-0135
pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps
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INTRODUCTION

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  Do your BRAND NAME medications drain your finances?

 

Would you like to save money on your BRAND NAME medications?

 

Are you tired of being RIPPED OFF by THE high cost of your BRAND NAME medications?

 

Do you pay $25.00 or more on BRAND NAME medications?

 

Would you like to receive FREE NAME BRAND medications?

 

If your answer is YES, to these questions, then contact:

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

'At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS.'

 

WE MAY BE ABLE TO LOWER YOUR MONTHLY RX COSTS BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO FREE NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS!

 

I SAVED AND I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW SAVE! CALL OR EMAIL TODAY!

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

IF ONE OF YOUR NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS COST $25 OR $50.00 OR MORE, CONTACT:

PETE MAZZA, YOUR CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

NAME ___________________________________

 

PHONE ___________________________________

 

EMAIL ___________________________________

MEDICATIONS:

NAME COST MANUFACTURER

 

___________ ________ __________________

___________ ________ __________________

___________ ________ __________________

___________ ________ __________________

___________ ________ __________________

___________ ________ __________________

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Do your BRAND NAME medications drain your finances?

Would you like to save money on your BRAND NAME medications?

Are you tired of being RIPPED OFF by THE high cost of your BRAND NAME medications?

Do you pay $25.00 or more on BRAND NAME medications?

Would you like to receive FREE NAME BRAND medications?

If your answer is YES, to these questions, then contact:

PETE MAZZA

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

WE MAY BE ABLE TO LOWER YOUR MONTHLY RX COSTS BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO FREE NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS!

 

I SAVED AND I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW SAVE!

 

Did you know that:

70% of Americans Take Medication on A Regular Basis

 

78 Million Americans Have No Coverage for Prescriptions At All

 

70 Million Americans Are Underinsured and Have Inadequate RX Coverage

CAPS may help a Patient reduce their potentially devastating bills for medication, and in a worst case scenario, help them avoid Bankruptcy and/or Foreclosure!

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

FOR A FREE ANALYSIS OF YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS CALL TODAY!

 

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

Insurance programs, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicare D have been put in place so that we, the people of the greatest country of the world, can have our health concerns treated.

But many of us need help in the paying for our medications; and, CAPS assists those in need of overcoming the rising costs of medications.  This program makes it affordable to take your medications.  This will help you NOT miss work for health purposes, AVOID the doctor|s office,  ERs or hospital STAYS. 

CONTACT:  

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE .for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

Our goal is to help the Patient Reduce Their Monthly RX Costs!

MISSION STATEMENT 

 

The Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings (CAPS) offers help and hope to those who cannot afford or have difficulty affording their medications.

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

(CAPS)  ENVISIONS A SOCIETY IN WHICH EVERY INDIVIDUAL CAN ACCESS NEEDED PHARMACEUTICALS.   AT THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) , WE ENVISION A NATION IN WHICH THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED RECEIVE NECESSARY MEDICATIONS.  CAPS PARTNERS WITH GENEROUS PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES TO ASSIST IN LOWERING THE DRUG COSTS FOR UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS.  WE WANT TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO NAME BRAND MEDS FOR THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS THEY NEED TO BEST MANAGE THEIR CONDITIONS AND IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.

THE BEGINNINGS

I saved thousands of dollars by contacting the pharmaceutical companies and "jumping through their hoops"!

I may, at least, be able to save you hundreds!

What|s my story?

 

My daughter and I went over the yearly finances of Joanne (wife) and myself.  We were utterely stunned to see that our medications and Part D came out to over $9,000.

Needless to say, something had to be done.

My daughter and I hit the phones, sent emails and called our doctors| offices.  Most doctors had samples they could give us; but, those were of a limited type  and quantity.

In contacting the pharmaceutical companies, there were many that were willing to assist.

After many phone calls, emails, application forms to fill out and documentation to be collected, I saw a |light at the end of the tunnel|.

That |light| was almost a $7,000 savings.

 

While I can|t guarentee this amount of savings for you, if you spent over $50.00/month on NAME BRAND medications, I MAY be able to save you money.

That|s why I began CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) to help individuals benefit as I was benefited.

 

To learn more, immediately contact:

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

 

 

MONEY SAVINGS STORIES

 

Let me tell you a few stories about some of our clients.

A husband and his wife were on Medicare A & B.  They wisely signed up for Part D.

With their premiums for Part D, this struggling couple|s cost for their drugs (including premiums) were $4,800.

STAGGERING AMOUNT!!!

THEY CALLED CAPS!

CALL FOR A FREE ANALYSIS:  847-857-0135

Email:   pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) worked with them and their projected total costs for this calendar year will be $1,500.

$3,300 (yes, thirty-three hundred dollars) ... their life will be more comfortable by freeing them from economic stress.

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS)  is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs making them more affordable.  You will get BRAND NAME medicationsFREE from US pharmaceutical companies.

 

ANOTHER SAVINGS STORY

CAPS worked with an elderly (but don|t call him elderly) man to save one hundred twenty dollars ($120/month).  You do the math $1440 annually, allowing him to have a better life.

Do you need help paying for the high cost of your drugs, to bring the cost down to have a better quality of life?

CAPS is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs making them more affordable.  You will get NAME BRAND MedicationsFREE from US pharmaceutical companies.

Call PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

What will caps do for you?

Well, what|s the catch?

No catch!  Our EXPERIENCED CAPS specialist will work on your behalf !  You see, most pharmaceutical companies are willing to help you receive free medications.  In order to get FREE NAME BRAND, the process is both time-consuming and confusing. 

This is where a CAPS experienced specialist enters the picture.

CAPS knows the programs. 

We talk with representatives at the pharmaceutical companies regarding their program requirements (often times different requirements for different companies);

We send you the necessary paperwork to be filled out;

We send you directions regarding the material to be included in your application.

 

The cost for this service is a one time calendar year fee (no application fee cost or monthly charges for monthly follow up) of two hundred forty-five dollars ($245.00) no matter how many drug applications are to be submitted (if in the course of the calendr year, CAPS will research new drugs at no cost to you).

CAPS will tell you right away if you can be helped.

Call PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

If we cannot save you the cost of your fee, your money will be refunded when you provide us with the rejection letter from the company.

 

Here|s some determining information to see if you may qualify:

 

The eligibility criteria to get FREE BRAND NAME drugs varies significantly from company to company, and may even vary by medicines that a company manufacturers. Several factors are looked at, including but not limited to: household income, household prescription expense, prescription drug insurance coverage, and significant changes in circumstance such as unemployment. There are generally no age limitations. A common guideline, however, for most programs is the household income limit. The following chart lists monthly income guidelines for most programs at 200% and 400% of Federal Poverty Level Guidelines, however some have higher limits (We will confirm the exact amount per company with the company):

 

 

 

 

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

 

(Some companies have different eligibility amounts.)

 

Family Size

200% Monthly 

Fed Poverty Level

400% Monthly 

Fed Poverty Level

1

$1,915

$3,830

2

$2,585

$5,170

3

$3,255

$6,510

4

$3,925

$7,850

5

$4,595

$9,190

6

$5,625

$10,530

7

$5,935

$11,870

8

$6,605

$13,210

 

 

 

THE GOAL OF CAPS

SAVE YOU MONEY!!!

 

Call PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

If you have a medication(S) that costs $25.00 or more and you fall within the pharmaceutical companies guidelines, CAPS will provide you with the tools NECESSARY for you to obtain BRAND NAME medications and, thus, save on your medications! CAPS will research the pharmaceutical companies that have programs which apply to your medications, provide you with the appropriate applications, and directions on what is required from you.

HOW THE PROCESS WORKS

To get the process started, you need to mail an application to the drug company along with information about your financial situation. In almost all cases, your doctor will need to provide information about your prescriptions.

The drug company will review the application and tell you if you|re eligible for assistance. If approved, thecompanies will ship a supply of the drug either to your home or your doctor|s office. You or your doctor will need to place a new order several weeks before the supply runs out.

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT:

 

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A DRUG STORE;

 

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A MAIL-ORDER PHARMACY;

 

 

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL;

 

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS NOT A PRESCRIBER OF DRUGS.

 

CAPS DOES NOT ASSIST YOU IN MAINTAINING YOUR DRUG REGIMENT.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) DOES NOT REORDER YOUR MEDICATIONS FOR YOU.

CAPS DOES NOT REFILL OUT FORMS. IT PROVIDES DIRECTIONS ON WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND THE FORMS NECESSARY.

CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) ONLY  GOAL IS TO ASSIST YOU IN OBTAINING FREE BRAND NAME DRUGS FROM PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS.

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

CALL NOW:  847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

 

TO FILL IN ALL THE ITEMS ON THE APPLPICATION FORM AND SUBMIT THOSE REQUESTED; (SOME OF THE INFO YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE INCLUDES: 1040, NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN HOUSEHOULD, PRESCRIPTION LIST, ETC.)

TO TAKE THE REQUIRED INFO THE COMPANY REQUESTS TO YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL AND HAVE HIM WRITE THE SCRIPT;

THEN YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL SHOULD FAX THE APPLICATION, YOUR DOCUMENTATION (AND ANY OTHER REQUESTED PAPERWORK YOU ARE TO PROVIDE) AND HIS SCRIPT FROM HIS OFFICE TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY;

 

IF ACCEPTED, YOU SHOULD RECEIVE YOUR MEDICATIONS IN 4-6 WEEKS WITH THE MEDICATION SENT EITHER TO HIS OFFICE OR YOUR HOME (N0 P.O. BOX);

 

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ORGANIZE YOUR DRUGS FOR THE PROPER TAKING OF THEM;

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO REORDER DRUGS AS NECESSARY IN ACCORD WITH THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY|S GUIDELINES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMPETITORS' PRICING STRUCTURE

 

FIRST OF ALL, THE MEDICARE CO-PAY FOR GENERIC DRUGS BEATS THE CAPS PRICE AND THE COMPETITORS| PRICING.

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) WILL BEAT THE COMPETITORS| PRICING ON ITS PROGRAMS TO PROVIDE BRAND NAME DRUGS.

 

COMPANY A

    application fee: $90.00

    monthly fee:        80.00/mo

 TOTAL                 $1050/yr.

 

compare with

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr.   

$805.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM

COMPANY B

 

    application fee:    $40.00

    monthly fee:            50.00/mo

TOTAL                        $640.00/yr

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr  

 

$405.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM 

 

COMPANY C

    application fee    $25.00

    monthly fee            75.00/mo

TOTAL                    $925.00/yr

 

THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) IS $245.00/yr .

 

 $680.00 IS YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) PROGRAM.

DON|T WASTE ANOTHER SECOND!!! CALL:

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

AND GET IN ON THE SAVINGS RIGHT NOW!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIAL CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE COVERED AND DRUGS NEEDED FOR THEM (this doesn't mean that they are unavailable for general conditions).

Medications Covered for these conditions are dependent upon availability.

Get Help with Your Treatment.

DRUGS FOR THESE CONDITIONS ARE LIMITED.  CAPS WILL CHARGE AN ADDITIONAL  

$50.00? to RESEARCH (these conditions provided they are drugs you use).

 

(For most any of the medications listed there might be a reimbursement. The minimum reimbursement amount is $5.00. However, the donor may allow for reimbursement requests to be combined, and if the combined amount of the requests meets or exceeds $5 (or the applicable minimum reimbursement amount) then such combined amount may be eligible for reimbursement.

 

MEDICATIONS MAY BE AVAILAVBLE FOR THESE SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

CALL AND FIND OUT

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

CONTACT CAPS IMMEDIATELY AND START SAVING:

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR FREE BRAND NAME DRUGS:

847-857-0135

pharmasavings@yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

 

 

at the intersection of

FREE + BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS

 

CAPS HAS ONE GOAL-TO SAVE YOU MONEY

 

BOB, HERE ARE SOME THOUGHTS FOR TABS. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, JUST CALL. PETE

 

THE TABS I|m suggesting for the website will include:

INTRODUCTION

MISSION STATEMENT

THE BEGINNINGS

MONEY SAVINGS STORIES

WHAT WILL CAPS DO FOR YOU

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

FAQ

WHAT IT IS  NOT

THE GOAL OF CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL

COMPARISON OF COST OF CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) WITH COMPETITORS| PRICING

SPECIAL CONDITIONS AND MEDS FOR THESE CONDITIONS

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WE MAY BE ABLE TO LOWER YOUR MONTHLY RX COSTS BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO FREE NAME BRAND MEDICATIONS! I SAVED AND I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW SAVE! Did youknow that: 70% of Americans Take Medication on A Regular Basis And 78 Million Americans Have No Coverage for Prescriptions At All And 70 Million Americans Are Underinsured and Have Inadequate RX Coverage CAPS may help a Patient reduce their potentially devastating bills for medication, and in a worst case scenario, help them avoid Bankruptcy and/or Foreclosure! PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS 847-857-0135 pharmasavings@yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| FOR A FREE ANALYSIS OF YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS CALL TODAY! CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) Insurance programs, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicare D have been put in place so that we, the people of the greatest country of the world, can have our health concerns treated. But many of us need help in the paying for our medications; and, CAPS assists those in nee of overcoming the rising costs of medications. This program makes it affordable to take your medications. This will help you NOT miss work for health purposes, AVOID the doctor|s office, ERs or hospital STAYS. CONTACT: PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS 847-857-0135 pharmasavings@yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| Our goal is to help the Patient Reduce Their Monthly RX Costs! MISSION STATEMENT? The Consumer Advocate for Pharmaceutical Savings (CAPS) offers help and hope to those who cannot afford or have difficulty affording their medications. THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) ENVISIONS A SOCIETY IN WHICH EVERY INDIVIDUAL CAN ACCESS NEEDED PHARMACEUTICALS. AT THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS), WE ENVISION A NATION IN WHICH THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED RECEIVE NECESSARY MEDICATIONS. CAPS PARTNERS WITH GENEROUS PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES TO ASSIST IN LOWERING THE DRUG COSTS FOR UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS. WE WANT TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO NAME BRAND MEDS FOR THE UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED PATIENTS THEY NEED TO BEST MANAGE THEIR CONDITIONS AND IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE. THE BEGINNINGS

I saved thousands of dollars by contacting the pharmaceutical companies and "jumping through their hoops"!

I may, at least, be able to save you hundreds!

What|s my story?

My daughter and I went over the yearly finances of Joanne (wife) and myself. We were utterely stunned to see that our medications and Part D came out to over $9,000.

Needless to say, something had to be done.

My daughter and I hit the phones, sent emails and called our doctors| offices. Most doctors had samples they could give us; but, those were of a limited type and quantity.

In contacting the pharmaceutical companies, there were many that were willing to assist.

After many phone calls, emails, application forms to fill out and documentation to be collected, I saw a |light at the end of the tunnel|.

That |light| was almost a $7,000 savings.

While I can|t guarentee this amount of savings for you, if you spent over$50.00/month on NAME BRAND medications, I MAY be able to save you money.

That|s why I began CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) to help individuals benefit as I was benefited.

To learn more, immediately contact:

PETE MAZZA, THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS

847-857-0135

pharmasavings @yahoo.com

www.9898.us/caps

|At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS|

MONEY SAVINGS STORIES

Let me tell you a few stories about some of our clients.

A husband and his wife were on Medicare A & B. They wisely signed up for Part D.

ZZZZZZZZZWith their premiums for Part D, this struggling couple|s cost for their drugs (including premiums) were $4,800. STAGGERING AMOUNT!!! THEY CALLED CAPS! CALL FOR A FREE ANALYSIS: 847-857-0135 pharmasavings @yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) worked with them and their protected total costs for this calendar year will be $1,500. $3,300 (yes, thirty-three hundred dollars) ... their life will be more comfortable by freeing them from economic stress. CONSUMER ADVOCATE for PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) 847-857-0135 pharmasavings @yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SAVINGS (CAPS) is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs making them more affordable. You will get BRAND NAME medications FREE from US pharmaceutical companies. ANOTHER SAVINGS STORY CAPS worked with an elderly (but don|t call him elderly) man to save one hundred twenty dollars ($120/month). You do the math $1440 annually, allowing him to have a better life. Do you need help paying for the high cost of your drugs, to bring the cost down to have a better quality of life? CAPS is the advocate you need to bring down your out-of-sight drug costs making them more affordable. You will get NAME BRAND Medications FREE from US pharmaceutical companies. Call Pete Mazza, CAPS 847-857-0135 pharmasavings @yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps to see if our advocates can SAVE you MONEY |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| What will caps do for you? Well, what|s the catch? No catch! Our EXPERIENCED CAPS specialist will work on your behalf ! You see, most pharmaceutical companies are willing to help you receive free medications. In order to get FREE NAME BRAND, the process is both time-consuming and confusing. This is where CAPS experienced specialist enters the picture. CAPS knows the programs. *We talk with representatives at the pharmaceutical companies regarding their program requirements (often times different requirements for different companies); *We send you the necessary paperwork to be filled out; *We send youdirections regarding the material to be included in your application. The cost for this service is a one time calendar year fee (no application fee cost or monthly charges for monthly follow up) of two hundred forty-five dollars ($245.00) no matter how many drug applications are to be submitted (if in the course of the calendar year, CAPS will research new drugs at no cost to you). CAPS will tell you right away if you can be helped. Call Pete Mazza, CAPS 847-857-0135 pharmasavings @yahoo.com www.9898.us/caps |At the intersection of FREE and BRAND NAME MEDICATIONS| If we cannot save you the cost of your fee, your money will be refunded when you provide us with the rejection letter from the company. Here|s some determining information to see if you may qualify: The eligibility criteria to get FREE BRAND NAME drugs varies significantly from company to company, and may even vary by medicines that a company manufacturers. Several factos are looked at, including but not limited to: household income, household prescription expense, prescription drug insurance coverage, and significant changes in circumstance such as unemployment. There are generally no age limitations. A common guideline, however, for most programs is the household income limit. The following chart lists monthly income guidelines for most programs at 200% and 400% of Federal Poverty Level Guidelines, however some have higher limits (we will confirm the exact amount per company with the company): ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS (Some companies have different eligibility amounts.) Family Size 200% Monthly Fed Poverty Level 400% Monthly Fed Poverty Level 1 $1,915 $3,830 2 $2,585 $5,170 3 $3,255 $6,510 4 $3,925 $7,850 5 $4,595 $9,190 6 $5,625 $10,530 7 $5,935 $11,870 8 $6,605 $13,210 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What exactly are these programs? Who is eligible? Can I apply for assistance if I have insurance or prescription coverage? Do I have to pay for CAPS services? Can I apply for these programs if I have Medicare Part D? Are your services tax deductible? HOW THE PROCESS WORKS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FILL IN ALL THE ITEMS ON THE APPLPICATION FORM AND SUBMIT THOSE REQUESTED; (SOME OF THE INFO YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE INCLUDES: 1040, NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN HOUSEHOULD, PRESCRIPTION LIST, ETC.) ... TO TAKE THE REQUIRED INFO THE COMPANY REQUESTS TO YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL AND HAVE HIM WRITE THE SCRIPT; THEN YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL SHOULD FAX THE APPLICATION, YOUR DOCUMENTATION (AND ANY OTHER REQUESTED PAPERWORK YOU ARE TO PROVIDE) AND HIS SCRIPT FROM HIS OFFICE TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY; IF ACCEPTED, YOU SHOULD RECEIVE YOUR MEDICATIONS IN 4-6 WEEKS WITH THE MEDICATION SENT EITHERTO HIS OFFICE OR YOUR HOME (N0 P.O. BOX); IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ORGANIZE YOUR DRUGS FOR THE PROPER TAKING OF THEM; IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO REORDER DRUGS AS NECESSARY IN ACCORD WITH THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY|S GUIDELINES. SPECIAL CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE COVERED AND DRUGS NEEDED FOR THEM (this doesn|t mean that they are unavailable for general conditions). Medications Covered for these conditions are dependent upon availability. Get Help with Your Treatment. DRUGS FOR THESE CONDITIONS ARE LIMITED. CAPS WILL CHARGE AN ADDITIONAL $50.00 to RESEARCH (these conditions provided they are drugs you use). (For most any of the medications listed there might be a reimbursement. The minimum reimbursement amount is $5.00. However, the donor may allow for reimbursement requests to be combined, and if the combined aount of the requests meets or exceeds $5 (or the applicable minimum reimbursement amount) then such combined amount may be eligible for reimbursement. MEDICATIONS MAY BE AVAILAVBLE FOR THESE SPECIAL CONDITIONS. CALL AND FIND OUT:
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Current active w3-theme styles demo (background yellow):

w3-theme w3-theme-dark w3-theme-light w3-theme-d5 w3-theme-d4 w3-theme-d3 w3-theme-d2 w3-theme-d1 w3-theme w3-theme-l1 w3-theme-l2 w3-theme-l3 w3-theme-l4 w3-theme-l5 w3-theme-action w3-theme-hover zzzw3-text-theme w3-theme

Send e-mail to someone@example.com:

Name:

E-mail:

Comment:


NAME ___________________________________ PHONE ___________________________________ EMAIL ___________________________________ MEDICATIONS: NAME COST MANUFACTURER ___________ ________ __________________ ___________ ________ __________________ ___________ ________ __________________ ___________ ________ __________________ ___________ ________ __________________ __________ ________ __________________ First name:

Last name:


If you click the "Submit" button, the form-data will be sent to a page called "/action_page.php".

Notice that the value of the "First name" field will not be submitted, because the input element does not have a name attribute.

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Hide these. MOVE candidate and DOUBTFUL #DEVELOPERARTICLES TO THIS #STOREDARTICLES
ID Some as ...developer..., to more easily show v hide.
Art in art gets no cse complaint. But found h3/h3 went overwide unless section/section before inner article/article.

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 - w3-css media sizes for styles include: 0?-600px. 0?or601-768. ?-992px. 993px-?.
 - sb mobile screen not to clip right half of banner background img?
 - sb best title/title 50 to 60 chars max
 - sb title before metas?
 - sb bannerthisdir.htm mobile layout settings sb selfsufficient, ala index.htm?
 - sb bannerthisdir of q61a to be replaced with a variation of this CAPS?

 - iframe, object blocks honor only their own files' HTML.
 - include code qq
    - no html is processed before the insertion  
    - usable in head/head?????????
    - "w3-include-html" (etc?) from w3data.js DOES work, but only if source is a file in the CURRENT directory (Can use a relative or ./ filespec).
     - .txt okay (whitespace all collapses unless pre/pre) .
     - Okay in multiple places.
     - FALSE?????? Pby ok in head/head? (even for alternate stylesheet links?????)
     - Need link href="../3/w3data.js" and pby need?: type?="scriptjs??" target="_blank"
     - vs iframe?

        
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..20161220 SB Hide for now the iframe asidez pix until works; then hide the include way that depends on js.
 - use w3-... or tlabsolute class (new to rgg.css)

 - Some objects are stored here, as xh-hide.. or xh-hidexxxx or DISPLAY:NONE, so this page can be a full model template for new sites development.

 - A block with absolute positioned objects needs a specified height, to prevent unwanted overlapping of subsequent objects!

Memo:  All my \lb\wwwroot\non3\ sites should get their own html40css2.css and rgg.css. so archive.org will save these .csses that link specifies.
 
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CSE tip. A generic font family name should usually be specified as the last font family name. If the preceding font family names are not available then the browser should fall back to the generic font family name. The generic font family names are serif, sans-serif, cursive, fantasy, and monospace. Be sure NOT to use quotes around generic font family names.

The "banner" role is not a valid role for a "section" element. The valid roles for "section" are: "region", "alert", "alertdialog", "application", "contentinfo", "dialog", "document", "log", "main", "marquee", "presentation", "search", and "status".

#developermixed

asidezthisdir. The same dir is ok, even relative-pathed. SeeiNG THIS text means (not iframe or object but) a w3-include-html= attempt per js is STILL LOADING OR HAS FAILED. pm1172-170424a.txt not asidez. same dir ok even rel pathed. SeeiNG THIS text means a w3-include-html= attempt per js is STILL LOADING OR HAS FAILED.

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