Pfizer Discount Drugs

Dominique W. Brooks
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Pfizer discount drugs are available to individuals and families with a compromised income or circumstances. Navigating the waters of Pfizer drug discount cards and programs can be tricky, as there are many options, but this article provides a general scope of information to help you get started.

Qualifying for Pfizer Discount Drugs

Pfizer discount drugs are available through the company's seven major drug assistance programs. Each has specific eligibility requirements.

Connection to Care

Receive free Pfizer-branded drugs through a doctor's office. Applicants must:

  • Be U.S. residents
  • Be without prescription coverage or under a hardship exception
  • Meet the income guidelines of a total gross annual household income at or below 2 times the federal poverty level. For example, a family of three in the continental United States with an annual income of $37,060 (as of 2011 guidelines).

Sharing the Care

Receive free Pfizer-branded drugs through a community health center. Applicants must:

  • Seek care at a participating health center as a registered patient
  • Be without prescription coverage including Medicaid or Medicare prescription plans
  • Meet the minimum income guidelines of having an annual family income at or below 200% of federal poverty level. For example, a family of three in the continental United States with an annual income of $37,060 (as of 2011 guidelines for this program).

Pfizer Hospital Partnership Program

Receive free Pfizer-branded drugs at participating hospitals. Applicants must:

  • Be without prescription coverage, including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Be registered at the participating hospital or within the hospital system
  • Meet the income guidelines. For example, a family of three in the continental United States with an annual income of $37,060 (as of 2011 guidelines for this program).

Pfizer Pfriends

Individuals can purchase Pfizer discount drugs at a savings of up to 32 percent at participating pharmacies, using a Pfizer drug discount card. Applicants must:

  • Be legal residents of the United States
  • Be without prescription coverage

FirstRESOURCE

Insured individuals receive reimbursement and appeals assistance. Uninsured individuals receive a selection of Pfizer-branded drugs for free. Applicants must:

  • Be legal residents of the United States
  • Not have insurance or not enough insurance for the product requested
  • Meet specific income guidelines adjusted for family size. A FirstResource counselor will help you with your income requirements.

Pfizer Bridge Program

An assistance and drug reimbursement program for individuals requiring the medications Genotropin and Somavert. Applicants must:

  • Be legal residents of the United States
  • Not have insurance or not enough insurance for the product requested
  • Meet the minimum income guidelines. A patient care consultant will help you determine if you are eligible for this program.

RSVP Program

An assistance and drug reimbursement program for individuals requiring the medications Zyvox, Vfend, BeneFIX, Rapamune, Tygacil, Xyntha, and Revatio. Applicants must:

  • Be legal residents of the United States
  • Not have insurance or not enough insurance for the product requested
  • Meet the minimum income guidelines adjusted for family size. An RSVP representative can help determine your eligibility.

To get all the details on these Pfizer discount drug programs, the application process, and program restrictions, visit Pfizer Helpful Answers The site is easy to navigate and provides information in a simple and direct format.

Additional Resources

Pfizer discount drugs can also be obtained through different drug discount programs.

  • Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers access to nearly 500 patient assistance programs and strategies for discount prescription drugs.
  • Rx Assist points the way to a variety of drug card programs, including Pfizer drug discount cards and Together RxAccess.

Drug card programs are not insurance, but rather negotiated medication discounts between a pharmaceutical manufacturer and a third party. Applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements, and pay fees ranging from $30-$60 annually or $4-$8 monthly for the card services.

Take Time to Look for Options

If financial circumstances make caring for your health difficult, consult your physician to determine if a brand name or generic drug best suits your condition. If your doctor recommends certain Pfizer medications, it's worth the time to see if you qualify for a Pfizer discount drugs.

Pfizer Discount Drugs