Affordable Prescriptions in 4 Steps

Fill out the short form above and a Patient Advocate with contact you within 24 hours.
If you qualify, your Patient Advocate will properly fill out and submit your application.
Constant contact with the pharmaceutical company ensures your application moves forward.
After approval, our team will monitor and maintain all refills, guaranteeing you’ll never be without your medication.


(Pricing plans include ALL My Virtual Doctor services)


per month
Assistance For 1 Medication


per month
Assistance For 2-3 Medications


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Assistance For 4 or More Medications


"Most people taking Rx drugs say they can afford their treatment, but about 1 in 4, or 25%, have a difficult time affording their medicine."
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll

"Not surprisingly, people with low incomes, older adults and those suffering with chronic conditions that require multiple medications face the greatest economic burden. These patients also tend to take less of their medication than has been prescribed due to cost concerns. In fact, uninsured adults and their families are twice as likely as insured adults to underuse their medications in order to lower drug costs. The decision to skip or take lower doses of prescribed medicines can quickly lead to serious health complications, increased visits to the emergency department and hospitalizations, especially among patients with chronic medical conditions (e.g., asthma, heart failure, depression). "


These are programs set up by drug companies that offer free or low cost drugs to uninsured individuals who cannot afford their medication. Most brand name drugs are found in these programs. Companies offer these programs voluntarily; the government does not require them to provide free medicine.
Each program has its own rules. Some common requirements are:
  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
  • Have no prescription insurance coverage
  • Meet program income guidelines
Some Patient Assistance Programs will help those who have insurance if they meet program hardship requirements or their medication is not covered by their insurance. It may help to have a letter from your insurance company stating that the medication is not covered.
Eligibility criteria varies from program to program, and sometimes by medicines within a program. Most often, eligibility depends on your income, prescription medicine, state, age and current drug coverage.
Each program has its own criteria.
We do not accept or reject applications. Each program provider has its own evaluation process. If you feel that you qualify but have been told you are ineligible, your Advocate will contact the provider to determine the cause.
Each organization has its own timeline. However, average turnaround time is usually 3 to 4 weeks.

My Virtual Doctor can help you apply for Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs.

Fill out the form below or give us a call.



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