AllHealth Network Indigent Medication Fund
The AllHealth Network Indigent Medication Fund provides short-term prescription assistance (usually one to two months) to patients of AllHealth Network who are experiencing financial hardship. Eligible patients typically have no prescription drug benefits and/or have exhausted their coverage. They also must not be eligible for or have access to alternative sources of coverage or funding (i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance, etc.).
All applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis to support AllHealth Network's purpose of assisting patients who have no coverage and cannot afford their prescriptions.
AllHealth Network Prescription Assistance Program (PAP)
For AllHealth Network patients with an ongoing financial need, we can explore the options of drug manufacturer assistance programs to reduce your overall prescription costs. To learn more, please read the AllHealth Network Prescription Assistance Program Guidelines.
Long-term medications are provided on an ongoing basis by connecting you with our pharmacy's patient assistance program coordinator, who guides you through the confidential application process of finding the appropriate pharmaceutical industry based program.
Since inception, our PAP program has helped over 500 patients receive the medication they need to manage a chronic illness.
To learn more about AllHealth Network's PAP, please call 303-797-2500. The PAP Coordinator will assess each patient on a case-by-case basis to determine whether he or she meets the program's eligibility criteria.