About TheRxConnection

More patients choose The Rx Connection over any other Patient Assistant Advocacy Group nationwide; we offer direct access to over 250 Patient Assistance Programs all designed with your needs and the needs of your family in mind. If you are uninsured, under-insured or on Medicare, let The Rx Connection show you how you can receive the free or low-cost medications you need to stay healthy.

The Assistance You Need

We provide Prescription Assistance Advocacy giving you added peace of mind while we assist you with the paperwork, approval and refill processes. Our dedicated team of patient advocates strives to provide you with a higher level of service and support while ensuring that you receive your prescription medication at little to no out-of-pocket costs to you.

It’s our promise to you that we will go above and beyond to ensure your complete satisfaction as we work laterally with you to ensure your needs are met every step of the way. From the initial applications, through to the ongoing prescription assistance maintenance and management phase, The Rx Connection will be there for you; you have our word on it.

Patience Assistance Programs can be confusing causing many consumers to give up on the process altogether. The enrollment and approval steps have become so difficult that many patients are often rejected for a single mistake. The Rx Connection wants to change that by offering our patients reliable assistance from start to finish to ensure your successful enrollment. Let one of our patient advocates help you today; contact us and get approved fast!

Connect With Us

To learn more about Patient Assistance Programs, contact us anytime at 1-(888) 755-5523 and let one of our Rx Connection Advocates assist you with any questions you might have. We look forward to serving your needs today!





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  1. gloria saxton says:

    I am currently unable to work temporarly and need help with medication

  2. Alexander Sussman says:

    this is a great plan. i’m sure many people can benefit from this. how do I know if any of my meds are covered?

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  4. loretta BoBo says:

    I am a 65 year old ,with severe diabetes I am on two kinds of insulin. I have congestive heart failure,COPD,high blood pressure . I take three different blood pressure meds everyday . I am on about 15 different medications. I only get about $650.00 a month , my insulin alone is $245.00 every three weeks ,my other meds. run about $200.00 . So i’m kinda between a rock and a hard place if I get my meds. then I can’t buy the food I need,if I buy the food I should eat I can’t afford the medicine. is there any way that you could help someone like me. thank you

  5. Kathy Dobbins says:

    My husband and i are on fixed income social security. We are ind desperate need of help getting our medications. They are costing over a hundred dollars and we cannot afford that. Please contact me as soon as possible. thank you

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  8. oscar gist says:

    i am currently on disability and diabetic. i take insulin and due to a 2500.00 out of pocket cost my insurance will not help in the purchase of my insulin which is 346.00.i do not qualify for medicaid. i need assistance with the purchase of my insulin.

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