“America is hurting,” Ferro said. “We can’t wait any longer for the politicians to figure this out. Our RxCut Plus® cards have been providing free access to all those in need with no strings attached.
Marlton, NJ (PRWEB) June 15, 2010
Amid all the tumult of a seemingly intangible economic recovery, the Philadelphia Business Journal paid homage last Thursday to South Jersey’s top 25 business performers who manage to thrive despite harsh market conditions. Free For All® Inc. of Marlton was recognized as the preeminent business leader among the region’s fastest growing companies during the celebration held at the Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ.
The company started by Gerard J. Ferro achieved explosive sales growth of 427 percent between 2007 - 2009 to qualify for the first place award. The business model used by the company is described as a “win/win/win for all involved.”
The company offers free relief from financially burdensome prices for prescription medication with the use of their RxCut®Plus discount card that’s accepted at all major pharmacy chains and most independent pharmacies. The discounts range up to 75 percent off any FDA-approved medication without restriction. The program also provides up to 50 percent discounts on diagnostic laboratory tests and medical imaging.
“America is hurting,” Ferro said after the ceremony. “We can’t wait any longer for the politicians to figure this out. We figured it out and our RxCut Plus® cards have been providing free access to all those in need with no strings attached. It’s the only right thing to do.”
Anyone can go to http://www.rxcut.com to print their free RxCut®Plus card immediately or through any of the growing number of non-profits and companies who assist in distributing the free card.
Free For All® began with $300,000 in capital and Ferro managed to leverage his more than 28 years of health care experience to boost revenue from $3,092 in 2008 to $429,153 in 2009. Despite one of the worst economic downturns in U.S. history, the company grew at the astounding rate of more than 13,000 percent in a single year.
The company was designed to serve the health care needs of an estimated 100 million people who are either uninsured or underinsured. The company’s goal is to reach as many of the hurting individuals struggling with high health care services as possible. Prescription spending alone averaged $725 per person in 2006 and is estimated to double to $1,450 by 2016. Recently passed health care reform legislation does not mandate pricing, and millions of people will continue to struggle to pay for vital medical attention and prescriptions. The shortfall could exceed $140 billion.
Ferro and his team at Free For All® are prepared to step into the predicted health care gap with discount pricing that applies to all FDA-approved medicines without regard to approved formularies and that’s often lower than mandatory co-payments for lab testing and imaging services. Everyone now has free access to this program. The company does not collect any information and the cards are immediately active and ready for use. Free For All® encourages everyone to take advantage of the program and find at least three more people that can benefit as well. Ferro says it’s the right thing to do, at the right time for the people across this country, including Puerto Rico.
About Free For All® Incorporated
Free For All® provides discounted pricing on prescription drugs, laboratory tests and imaging services for people who are uninsured or underinsured. Our goal is to bring adequate health care within the financial reach of everyone who needs it. Free For All® has three programs, RxCut®Plus, Free For All®Labs and Free For All®Imaging that offer considerable savings for all FDA-approved prescription medications, laboratory tests and medical imaging services. The website address for the free card is http://www.rxcut.com. Contact Brian J. O’Malley for additional information at 856-652-2939 ext. 4030.