MedImpact Inc.

Getting the most out of your prescription drug budget should not be a difficult task. For many seniors without Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, prescription drug discount programs like MedImpact can save you money on your prescription drug costs.

The MedImpact Discount Prescription drug program is designed for people who do not have Mediare Part D coverage.  If you have Medicare Part D coverage, you should always use your Medicare Part D card when purchasing prescription drugs.

To make it easier for you to locate participating pharmacies, the following links will take you to MedImpact’s Web site where their Pharmacy Locator tool can provide the most up-to-date information regarding participating pharmacies.

Click here to access the MedImpact Pharmacy Locator Tool.

Do you have questions regarding the discount on some of your prescription drugs? MedImpact provides a handy online tool that calculates your estimated drug costs with your MedImpact discount.

Click here to access the MedImpact Drug Price Estimator Tool.

If you have questions concerning your Discount Drug Card program, please contact us at the number located on your Medicare supplement ID card.

 

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Not connected with or endorsed by the United States government or the Federal Medicare program.