A bus traveled the state this week as part of a nationwide tour of the Partnership for Prescription Assistance. Wanda Moebius is a spokesperson for the partnership.
who says they’re going across the country looking for low-income or uninsured people who need help with their prescription drugs.
Moebius says a big part of their mission is getting out information. Moebius says they hold education events and let people know that there are 475 different programs to help lower the cost of their medicine. She says a lot of people don’t know about those programs.
Moebius says this partnership helps people cut through all the information. Moebius says prior to the partnership there were too many programs to sort through and she says this gives people one place to go. Moebius says there’s a great need for this help. She says two-point-two million people have signed up across the country — including 22-thousand Iowans in the last year. Moebius says if you missed the tour you can call toll free: 888-477-2669 or surf to:www.pparxia.org
Related web sites:
Partnership for Prescription Assistance website