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[IP] LillyAnswers card will allow seniors and people with disabilities under Medicare to pay a flat $12 fee for a 30-day supply of any retail distributed Lilly drug
Facts About the LillyAnswers Program
Millions of American seniors are caught in a gap between not qualifying
for prescription drug coverage under Medicaid-yet not having the
financial resources to pay for the medicines they need. As a result,
these seniors often choose to go without necessary medications,
potentially jeopardizing their health.
Eli Lilly and Company has a long tradition of patient assistance. In
2001, the LillyCares patient assistance program provided more than $200
million of products to uninsured patients, including seniors, who needed
Lilly medicines but could not afford them.
Now Lilly is launching LillyAnswers, a patient assistance program for
low-income Medicare enrollees who do not have prescription drug
coverage. The centerpiece of the program, the LillyAnswers card, will
allow seniors and people with disabilities under Medicare to pay a flat
$12 fee for a 30-day supply of any retail distributed Lilly drug.1 More
than five million Americans are eligible to receive the LillyAnswers
LillyAnswers provides an immediate benefit to the neediest segment of
Medicare beneficiaries, as Congress and the White House work to achieve
a Medicare prescription drug benefit. Lilly believes drug coverage for
all Medicare beneficiaries is long past due and supports speedy
enactment of Medicare reform that benefits all seniors.
Who Is Eligible for LillyAnswers?
* Medicare-enrolled seniors and people with disabilities
* No other prescription drug coverage
* Individual annual income below $18,000 or household income below
LillyAnswers enrollment applications will be available
by calling toll-free at 1-877-RX-LILLY (1-877-795-4559) or Click here.
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