NACO made the business decision to charge counties for access to their free prescription drug card program
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) April 17, 2007
YourRxCard (http://www.YourRxCard.com) doesn’t believe that counties should have to pay fees for the right to offer a quality prescription drug discount program to county residents, such as the program offered by NACO requiring various county annual fees.
In response, YourRxCard has announced that they will provide a more comprehensive, and totally free, discount prescription drug card program and YourRxCard.com will reimburse counties for the distribution costs associated where it is allowed.
“NACO made the business decision to charge counties for access to their free prescription drug card program,” says YourRxCard founder Rex Bowden Jr. “In contrast, YourRxCard and its nonprofit prescription drug award fund have made the decision not to charge counties for access to our free prescription drug card program and we’ll even reimburse counties for their distribution costs, making YourRXCard’s program even better than free for counties wishing to participate.”
YourRxCard is offering this comprehensive service completely free, because the company understands that counties face many other rising costs. County’s with aging populations (seniors in the $$ Holes and $$ Gaps of good Rx Coverage) have a greater needs for prescription drug cost relief and YourRxCard.com wants to help. By offering Rx value and distribution reimbursements, to counties taking advantage of YourRxCard.com program will help save money for counties which can be spent on other essential public services. County’s can distribute the free prescription drug cards to as many residents in need as possible.
YourRxCard.com is a free prescription drug card program being produced to help all Americans young and old, cut their prescription drug costs. Individuals can download and print their free prescription drug card from http://www.YourRxCard.com and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 national, regional, and local pharmacies. There are no deductibles, no waiting periods, and no pre-existing exclusions with the use of the free card. Month ending March 2007, YourRxCard’s average discount was 40.85% and card user members saved $91,959.84. YourRxCard’s March membership increased by 33.76%, making YourRxCard one of America’s fastest growing discount prescription card programs.
For more information about YourRxCard.com or how counties can take advantage of their free prescription drug discount programs and reimbursements, please visit http://www.YourRxCard.com or contact Rex Bowden Jr., at 225-266-7941.
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