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Help with prescription drug bills from Medicine Assistance Tool (formerly Partnership for Prescription Assistance).

The Medicine Assistance Tool (or MAT) is an organization that works closely with a number of numerous organizations, including America's doctor’s, pharmaceutical companies, other health care providers, insurance companies, patient advocacy organizations and community groups. All of these different groups partner as one to help Americans who lack prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need from either private or public programs that are right for their situation. The organization was formerly called the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, or PAP.

Many of these families will get their drugs either entirely free, at a small discount, or at a substantially reduced price. The team from the Medicine Assistance Tool will help people enroll in hundreds of patient assistance programs that are available from private or public organizations. They also offer a free online search tool. There are so many options for patients that they can struggle to find and apply to them. So this support can be tremendously beneficial.

MAT will also help people access thousands of medicines for free, or at a discounted rate. The savings can truly benefit those patients that lack health insurance or that are living on a low income. They have extensive partnerships and agreements in place with numerous drug companies as well as other medical providers across the nation.

Referrals are given too. Medicine Assistance Tool will also help provide Co-Pay programs from independent organizations that will provide financial assistance for paying certain healthcare costs and medical bills. This support is for patients who qualify medically and financially for this aid. They also have information on various government and state health insurance programs. For example, the organization has details on non-profits and charities that can help low income families with covering other medical expenses. Read more on financial help with medical bills.

 

 

 

 

Services offered by Medicine Assistance Tool

The Medicine Assistance Tool will help match patients who can’t afford medication to prescription assistance programs. So the focus is really on referring patients to a resource for their specific needs. There are hundreds of programs that will provide free or heavily discounted medicines to patients, and MAT will help families find and apply to them.

There are no fees or charges associated with using the MAT for financial aid or advice. All services provided are confidential as well. So there is no risk in using them, and you should be able to save substantially on your health care costs.

To date, the Medicine Assistance Tool has helped millions of patients across America get the prescription drugs and medicines that they need. Many of them were considered to be uninsured, or they had limited coverage. Many clients of Medicine Assistance Tool are senior citizens who struggling to pay for the medicines they need. Other individuals may be sick or disabled and also need financial help to buy the prescription drugs for their condition.

In addition, the MAT also provides additional resources, such as information on more than 10,000 free health care clinics across the country. Another service is that they have connected more than 287,000 patients with health care providers so that they get the medical care they need. Find contact information for free health care clinics in your area.

 

 

 

 

Information and referrals from MAT

If you need help with paying for your prescription drug costs, if you are low income and do not have proper health insurance coverage, or if you need to know how to obtain free prescription medications for your medical condition, be sure to contact the Medicine Assistance Tool. Or use their free search engine. Find how they may be able to assist you. The phone number is 1-888-477-2669.

By Jon McNamara

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