Physician access to online help with medication assistance

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Re: Physician access to online help with medication assistan

Post by dlcnurse » Mon Aug 08, 2011 3:57 am

topic updated, links checked for accuracy Aug 8, 2011 by dkcnurse

Physician access to online help with medication assistance

Post by dlcnurse » Mon Nov 20, 2006 12:20 am

Consider talking to you doctor about your medications and the cost. Your physician can actually help you obtain help with assistance programs. One such program is called Indicare. Enlighten your physician about this program if they don't already know it. Write it down and give them the access. You can actually view the page if you would like but it is physician access. It is located at This site is geared to help physician's to identify the growing number of programs available to their patients who need help with prescriptions. It has a large database with pharmaceutical companies that will provide medications sent to their office for dispensing medication to their patients. It does not allow the medication to be dispensed to a patient's home but going to the office to pick it up is minimal in cost. Currently, this program is a physician driven program. It is another way to utilize your physician's potential in helping his or her patients.