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Georgia Drug Card Media Center

Georgia Realtor

“GAR Affinity Partner Spotlight: Georgia Drug Card”

Georgia Realtor (January - February 2014)

Georgia Realtor (January - February 2014)

As a resident of Georgia, you and your family have access to a statewide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP). The PAP, called the Georgia Drug Card, is free to all Georgia residents. This card will provide you with prescription savings of up to 75 percent at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country. Benefits include no applications to complete, no membership restrictions, no income requirements, and no age limitations, and you can create as many cards as you would like. For more information and to create and print your FREE discount prescription drug card, please visit www.georgiadrugcard.com



Medical Association of Georgia

“Georgians can use free card for discounts on FDA-approved drugs”

The Georgia Drug Card reports that according to a study that was conducted by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, patients with insurance are paying higher deductibles and co-pays. In fact, the Georgia Drug Card says that the average out-of-pocket cost for insured patients under the age of 65 was $1,146 in 2012. With that in mind, the Georgia Drug Card is reminding physicians in the state that their patients who do not have prescription coverage or who take prescription drugs that arenít covered by their health insurance plan can use the Georgia Drug Card to obtain discounts of up to 80 percent off the retail price for brand and generic FDA-approved medications. They can print the Georgia Drug Card for free at www.GeorgiaDrugCard.com, they can request the Georgia Drug Card discount at any CVS/pharmacy in the state, or they can request a hard card by sending an email to John Cenerazzo at johnc@georgiadrugcard.com.

Medical Association of Georgia

“Georgians can use free card for discounts on FDA-approved drugs”

The Georgia Drug Card notes that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stresses that people who get the flu may be able to infect other people as soon as one day before their symptoms develop and up to seven days after they become sick. With that in mind, the Georgia Drug Card is reminding physicians in the state that their patients who arenít insured or who take prescription drugs that arenít covered by their health insurance plan can use the Georgia Drug Card to obtain discounts of up to 80 percent off the retail price for brand and generic FDA-approved medications. They can print the Georgia Drug Card for free at www.GeorgiaDrugCard.com, they can request the Georgia Drug Card discount at any CVS/pharmacy in the state, or they can request a hard card by sending an email to John Cenerazzo at johnc@georgiadrugcard.com.

Medical Association of Georgia

“Georgia Drug Card Patient Savings Top $44 Million ”

The Georgia Drug Card has now saved the residents of the state nearly $44 million on prescription medications in three years Ė keeping in mind that a 2012 Consumer Reports survey found that 45 percent of Americans who are under 65 and who lack drug prescription insurance benefits say they fail to fill their prescriptions because of the cost. Georgians who arenít insured or who take prescription drugs that arenít covered by their health insurance plan can use the Georgia Drug Card to obtain discounts of up to 80 percent off the retail price for brand and generic FDA-approved medications. They can print the Georgia Drug Card for free at www.GeorgiaDrugCard.com, they can request the Georgia Drug Card discount at any CVS/pharmacy in the state, or they can request a hard card by sending an email to John Cenerazzo at johnc@georgiadrugcard.com.

Medical Association of Georgia

“Georgia Drug Card Offers Big Discounts on FDA-Approved Drugs”

The Georgia Drug Card reports that Americans spend more on prescription drugs than people in any other country in the world Ė some $45 billion in out-of-pocket dollars in the last year alone. With that in mind, the Georgia Drug Card is reminding physicians that their patients who arenít insured or who take prescription drugs that arenít covered by their health insurance plan can use the Georgia Drug Card to obtain discounts of up to 80 percent off the retail price for brand and generic FDA-approved medications. They can print the Georgia Drug Card for free at www.GeorgiaDrugCard.com or they can simply request the Georgia Drug Card discount at any CVS/pharmacy in the state. They can also go to www.GeorgiaDrugCard.com for a list of pharmacies that accept the Georgia Drug Card.