IPHCA CHC Digest, Issue 32

The Indiana Drug Card is the official statewide free prescription assistance program available to all residents within the state of Indiana. It was created in 2009 to help the uninsured and under-insured with the cost of necessary medication and can be used by those with insurance coverage to help with the cost for any uncovered medications. This program can also be used as a Medicare Part D supplement by providing discounts on non-covered drugs and covering those in the donut hole.

It is reported by the Indiana Drug Card Program that the average cost savings is 30%-35% with some medications covered up to 75%. There are no enrollment forms or requirements to be eligible for this program. If you feel this card would be beneficial to your patients and you would like to display them in your facility you can contact Natalie Meyer at Natalie@indrugcard.com or (317) 650-7447 for more information.

Further details of the program can be found here and here.