End of Program
The Together Rx Access Program ended as of February 28, 2014. Savings are no longer available with the prescription savings card.


Important Program Information


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Together Rx Access ended February 28, 2014.



Together Rx Access conducted a thorough review of our cardholders’ needs and the ability of the Program to meet these needs going forward. Based on that review, we determined that individuals and families who need help obtaining their prescription medicines may be better served by the health coverage options available through the Health Insurance Marketplace, expanded Medicaid programs in some states, or by individual company prescription assistance programs. As a result, Together Rx Access ended the prescription savings program on February 28, 2014. Savings are no longer available with the Together Rx Access Card.

To help our cardholders learn about and connect with other health and prescription savings programs, the full TogetherRxAccess.com website will remain live until March 31, 2014. After this date, the website will move to a static homepage with links to key resources.

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*Together Rx Access was a prescription savings program and not health insurance.

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