Pasco County Prescription Savings Program Update


Pasco County has re-launched the Points of Care prescription savings program, available to all County residents regardless of age, income, or pre-existing conditions. This program is designed to assist residents who do not have prescription drug coverage through their insurance or for savings on medications that are not covered through insurance.

Residents simply present their card at one of over 45,000 participating pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Kmart, Publix, Sam�s Club, Sweetbay, Target, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, and Winn-Dixie to begin saving!

Points of Care is a no-cost savings program that will save residents up to 50% off their prescription medications, diabetes supplies, durable medical equipment and hearing aids. 
Average savings has been 31% off the pharmacy retail price.  
Residents can visit to print a card and start saving today.  Residents can also pick up the prescription savings cards at locations throughout the County, including Community Services Offices and Libraries.  

Points of Care, administered by Universal Rx, provides services and benefits that improve health outcomes and reduce overall healthcare costs.  Founded in 1995, the are a leading national provider of managed care and discount prescription services.

To learn more on how to use this program: 

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