As a result of the anticipated Supreme Court decision, we are preparing to help more Americans obtain more than 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications at a price they can afford.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) June 12, 2015
As a result of the Supreme Court Healthcare Subsidy decision in King v. Burwell (Supreme Court Docket No. 14-114), the Kaiser Family Foundation estimates in a February 6 report as many as six million Americans could lose health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, including prescription medication coverage. Prescription Hope, America's leading prescription medication advocate, is bracing to help those individuals directly affected by the King v. Burwell decision.
"One of the biggest issues Americans' face in managing their health is affordable prescription medications," said Douglas K. Pierce, President and CEO of Prescription Hope. "As a result of the anticipated Supreme Court decision, we are preparing to help more Americans obtain more than 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications at a price they can afford."
Introduced to the highest court through appeal, King v. Burwell revolves around the 34 states that rely on the federal health insurance exchange as their primary insurance marketplaces. According to an analysis by Cornell University School of Law, the opinion of the Supreme Court will decide if qualifying individuals may be able to receive tax credits for insurance obtained through federal health insurance exchanges.
As a national advocacy group, Prescription Hope is prepared to work for those affected to obtain their prescription medications for the set price of $35 per month per medication. Prescription Hope is not an insurance plan or a discount card. Instead, Prescription Hope's advocates order, manage, track and refill medications on time, maintain up-to-date records, and renews medications with over 180 pharmaceutical manufacturers that allow us access to their specialized pharmacy. For the set price, Prescription Hope can help with access to over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications.
"With a decade of experience serving individuals across the United States, we understand just how vital prescription medication affordability is," said Pierce. "Individuals and families earning less than $100,000 per year trust Prescription Hope to obtain their FDA-approved prescription medications, saving them millions of dollars on the cost of their medications."
For more information about Prescription Hope's national advocacy program, please visit http://www.prescriptionhope.com.
About Prescription Hope: Prescription Hope, Inc. is a national advocacy program serving thousands of Americans by obtaining over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications for the set price of $35 per month per medication. Prescription Hope is not a mail order pharmacy or discount drug card. Instead, Prescription Hope advocates order, manage, track and refill medications on time, maintain up-to-date records, and renew medications with over 180 pharmaceutical manufacturers that allow us access to their specialized pharmacy. There are no other costs, fees, or charges associated with the medication or our services. For more information, please visit http://www.prescriptionhope.com.