What are co-pay cards?
Co-pay cards may be offered to eligible patients to help them reduce out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs and can be used at local pharmacies and with some mail-order prescription programs. Co-pay cards can be used by patients who have private/commercial insurance, but they cannot be used for prescription drugs that are available for reimbursement by a federal or state healthcare program, such as Medicaid/Medicare. Oftentimes drug manufacturers provide co-pay cards to reduce the cost of certain medications that are preferred by patients and their providers. Consult with your provider or pharmacist to get more information.