Expect More From Your Patient Assistance Program

How to maximize your patient assistance program to benefit patients and your health system.

By O'Mally Monahan and Brad Myers

Read time: 9 minutes

As the cost of prescription drugs continues to rise in the U.S., many patients face often face a harsh reality of choosing between paying a bill or for their medication. In fact, 24% of people taking prescription drugs noted that they had difficulty affording their medication, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll. But, patient assistance programs (PAPs) help solve this challenge by providing prescription drugs at little or no cost to eligible patients.

Health systems help patients participate in programs that reduce financial toxicity may also see increases in overall patient satisfaction. This white paper explores how PAPs can benefit both patients and health systems alike.

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