... Is there any help she can receive with prescription costs when she falls into the doughnut hole with her medicare insurance?
Have you contacted the maker of the product (the drug company). My father was given a prescription once that was denied by medicare and the cost was $4,000 for a one months supply. The Doctor would not give him anything else, because there wasn't anything better. The pharmacist recommended I call the manufacture and see if they had a program. It was phsifer. They were so wonderful and helpful they took down some information over the phone and in a matter of a couple of weeks sent several months worth of this medicine to my fathers Doctor for me to pick up. They saved us $12,000. Try calling the 800 number or ask the pharmacist at your local store for the information.
I went online and just typed in"help with paying for prescription drugs " and alot of sites popped up. I would also ask her doctor or pharmacist. When my dad needed help doc gave him forms for specific drugs and he was able to get his for free. You can also get in touch with the companies who make the meds she is on (websites for drugs give you toll free numbers or addresses to write them) and alot of them are glad to help. Hope this helps. Good Luck!
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