• The Partnership for Prescription Assistance: A history of caring

    America is a country of problem solvers, innovators and dreamers. In April 2005, professionals on the front lines of health care at America’s biopharmaceutical research companies, created the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) to connect uninsured and underinsured patients to programs that provide prescription medicines for free or nearly free. Since 2005, PPA has helped nearly 9.5 million patients get access to public and private assistance programs.

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  • How Does the Partnership for Prescription Work?

    Ever wondered how the Partnership for Prescription Assistance works? We have broken it down in this infographic so you get all of the facts.

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  • 5 Easy Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

    If you’re pregnant, congratulations! These nine months are not only filled with excitement as you wait to meet your baby, they may also be charged with some fear, anxiety and exhaustion. Pregnancy can be hard for some. And, if you look at the pregnancy section in your local bookstore or library, you will find an overwhelming amount of information and ideas about how to have a healthy pregnancy. From adhering to a strict vegan diet to following a specific workout plan, there is no shortage of advice for the pregnant woman to follow. Read More About 5 Easy Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

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    Child Vaccinations 101: Know Before You Go

    The start of the school year often brings a list of necessary supplies to buy, but also a list of required vaccines children need before classes begin. Whether your child is off to their first year of college or taking small steps to day care, the vaccination process is easier if you know what to expect. Read More About Child Vaccinations 101: Know Before You Go

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  • Health Coverage Resources in Spanish

    More than 50 million Hispanics call the United States home and in 2013, Hispanic Americans accounted for nearly one-third of the non-elderly uninsured population. As Hispanic Heritage Month begins, we’re showcasing our new Spanish-language resources to help demystify health coverage and equip patients to make the best decisions for them and their families.

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