Without affordable healthcare, the development of any country will be hampered. Other structures of a country rely heavily on a healthy workforce being able to run it. The economy won’t be able to progress without changes to the way things are currently done in the United States healthcare systems and improvements to patient assistance systems.
Prescriptions assistance is a way to help those who are unable to afford their medications by partnering up with various pharmaceutical companies to provide the medicines at either a heavily subsidized amount or completely free. These programs have helped thousands of people across the country.
Requiring life-saving medication in the United States can be a very expensive affair. Many people aren’t sure how they will be able to afford regularly needed medication that’s too expensive for them to get frequently. In this blog, we discuss some of the options available to everyone who has trouble affording medicine, like insurance and...Read More
Finally, after over a year with the coronavirus shutting down most of the world, the COVID 19 vaccine is being provided to Americans all over the country. We will take a look at different aspects of the vaccine and discuss if this will also require a prescription assistance program to get a dose.
As more people become aware of mental health problems and illnesses, it becomes more apparent that better treatment needs to be provided for it. With the way the current healthcare system runs, it can be difficult getting mental health treatments. We look into the causes for worsened mental health and how prescription assistance can help.
There’s no doubt that diabetes is a costly disease. It’s reported that 34.2 million Americans have diabetes, and 88 million American adults have prediabetes. Plus, we lose billions of dollars every year in reduced productivity—early disability, early death, time off from work for hospitalizations, and doctor’s visits all cost our society. In the future, these...Read More
When you are on a budget or a financially unstable condition, healthcare may seem like an unfeasible option.
Most of the medical providers, including dentists and physicians, are able to workout a payment plan for patients who have a difficulty in resolving a medical bill.
April 10 is observed as The National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Unfortunately, despite significant number of youngsters currently suffering from HIV, there’s still a big gap in awareness and transmission prevention. Several factors such as inadequate access to healthcare resources and social support contribute to stigma around the subject.
The COVID-19 vaccine is finally out. The first mass vaccination program started in December 2020, ending on 15th Feb 2021, with 17.3 million doses administered. Here’s all that you need to know about how the COVID-19 vaccine works.