Med Saver Direct has the best overall prices on prescription drugs compared to all other discount prescription services. Period!
We have the buying power of a 25 year old, $500 million company.
Discount cards don't even come close to our prices. We beat them by up to 50% most of the time. We beat an online pharmacy bid service, well over 80% of the time. On the ones we don't, it is so close, that picking up their prescriptions at their local pharmacy is just too convenient than waiting for days.
When researching the market completely, the prices for this 25 year old, $500 million company were so low, compared to the rest of the market, calls were made to the company to make sure they weren't a mistake. Happily, we found out, they were true.
Med Saver Direct has the most convenient program in the market place. We have over 62000 FDA registered pharmacies that we work with, such as Wal-Mart, target, CVS, Walgreens, Ralph's, Rite-Aid, Sam's, Costco, Krogers, Meijers and many, many more.
We have a very low cost individual program for only $14.95. You can add family members and spouses for just $4.50 each per month.
We have an online, easy to use pharmacy locator. Everyone can check prices FREE at their local pharmacies.
United States Prescription Cost Facts
Have You Ever Failed to Fill a Prescription Due to High Cost? Not Surprising as US Drug Prices are the Highest in the World!
Did you know Americans are now spending 97% more on drugs than they were 10 years ago? In 2010, the 290 billion dollar US pharmaceutical industry was numb to the fact that 48 million people could not fill their prescriptions. Prescription drug mark ups are at an all time high with some companies marking up the cost by 40,000%.
In September of 2012, the NY Times wrote a powerful article on the matter of Abandoned Prescriptions.
Excerpt - "Consumer Reports National Research Center"
"Annual prescription drug poll held in june 2012 reported that almost half of Americans(45%) under 65 who lacked drug coverage failed to fill a prescription because of the cost, the report found it up from 27% last year."
Those without drug coverage reported as being more likely to cut back on other costs including groceries to pay for medications.
While some Americans are made to choose between food and medication, the Pharmaceutical Industry continues to boom. In fact, Global Industry Analysts have predicted the Worldwide Market for prescription drugs will near the$900 billion mark, by 2015.
Analysts advise Americans need to brace themselves for more changes due to healthcare reform. Expect up to 30% of individuals who currently receive healthcare benefits from their employers will be forced to purchase their own high-deductible health plan by 2014.