The uninsured shouldn't have to wait around on potential healthcare reform
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) September 29, 2009
Citizens living in major U.S. cities face higher chances of lacking health insurance, according to Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2006 from the U.S. Census Bureau. "In 2006, the uninsured rate was higher among people living within principal cities (19.0 percent) than among people living in the suburbs (13.8 percent)
To assist those patients with the cost of their prescription medications, http://www.CityDrugCard.com offers free prescription drug repeat coupons and cards to residents of the nation's metropolitan areas. These prescription drug repeat coupons and cards, which can be obtained anywhere with Internet access and a printer, can help patients save up to 75 percent on FDA-approved prescription drugs.
"It's bad enough that people living in our cities run a greater risk of being uninsured or underinsured," says Rex Bowden, President of CityDrugCard.com "But because they live in close proximity to thousands or millions of other people, they run another risk -- being exposed to more illnesses requiring prescription drug treatment. Our free prescription drug repeat coupons and cards might not be a replacement for health insurance, but it can help those patients save money on the medications they need to get well again or maintain their health."
To take advantage of CityDrugCard.com's free prescription drug repeat coupons and card benefits, patients only need to follow a simple three-step process:
1. Visit http://www.CityDrugCard.com and enter their card information on the homepage.
2. Print out the resulting card on the following page.
3. Present the discount prescription drug repeat coupons and cards to their pharmacy when they visit for their medications.
"The uninsured shouldn't have to wait around on potential healthcare reform," says Bowden. "There are better options to make healthcare more affordable that are available right now. Free prescription drug repeat coupons and cards are one of those options."
The http://www.CityDrugCard.com free prescription drug repeat coupons and card program is available to all city and county residents. Bulk sets of ten drug cards are also to healthcare providers who want to distribute them to patients or customers.
CityDrugCard.com is a free prescription drug repeat coupons and card program offered to uninsured and underinsured U.S. citizens living in the nation's cities to help cut their prescription drug costs. Individuals can obtain a free prescription drug repeat coupons and cards online at http://www.CityDrugCard.com to start enjoying savings of up to 75% on all FDA-approved prescription drugs.
For more information about CityDrugCard.com, please visit http://www.CityDrugCard.com, or contact Rex Bowden at 225-266-7941.