Savings to Users Surpass the $1-Million Mark
On May 15th, 2006, the Oakland County Board of Commissioners and the National Association of Counties (NACo) made FREE prescription drug discount cards available for all Oakland County residents. Since May 15, 2006, users of the Prescription Drug Plan have saved more than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00).
If you would like to take advantage of this no-cost plan and begin saving money on your prescription medications, SIGN UP TODAY!
HERE’S WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU:
- Average savings of 20%
- Savings on specialty medications
- No enrollment fees
- No age requirements
- Family coverage with just one card
The savings range from 13% to 35% on purchases of drugs at local pharmacies and up to 50% on mail-order purchases for this program. Cardholders have the opportunity to use the card at 57,000 participating pharmacies nationwide. In addition, they can also use the card to purchase prescription drugs that may not be covered by other health insurance providers.
There is no application or enrollment fee. Residents may obtain cards from their local city, township and village offices, libraries, senior and community centers, and selected county offices, or from their county commissioner. For more information on the free Prescription Discount Card Program, call toll free 1-877-321-2652 or visit http://naco.advancerx.com.
The program is administered by Caremark.