Recognizing the increasing difficulty uninsured, low-income patients have affording generic medications to treat their chronic conditions, Rx Partnership created a new, innovative program that focuses on dispensing generic medications to patients at Virginia free clinics and health centers.  Fredericksburg, VA – (April 5, 2017) Rx Partnership, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to supporting access to medications…

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Rx Partnership, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to accessing free medications for the uninsured, was recently awarded a grant from the Mary Washington Hospital to support services to the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic. Since 2004, the ongoing relationship between Rx Partnership (RxP) and Moss Clinic has resulted in over 6,100 low-income uninsured patients at the…

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A 58-year-old Maryland woman breaks her ankle, develops a blood clot and, unable to find a doctor to monitor her blood-thinning drug, winds up in an emergency room 30 times in six months. A 55-year-old Mississippi man with severe hypertension and kidney disease is repeatedly hospitalized for worsening heart and kidney failure; doctors don’t know…

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Article by Harvard School of Public Health–Karen Feldscher– September 13, 2013 September 13, 2013 — Countries that are wealthy, have less income inequality, and whose citizens have the highest educational levels are the most likely to develop universal health care systems, according to new research from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). The study also…

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Article by Drug Store News- By ALARIC DEARMENT-10/8/2013 RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Consumers in the United States are more likely than those in three other countries to say they prefer to receive generic drugs over branded drugs, according to a new study. The study, by Phoenix Marketing International, included 810 consumers from the United States, Canada, the United…

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Article by CNN Money – By Tami Luhby  @Luhby – 04/26/2013 A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can’t afford it. Some 80 million people, around 43% of America’s working-age adults, didn’t go to the doctor or access other medical services last year because of the cost, according to the Commonwealth Fund’s Biennial…

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Article from Huffington Post – Jeffrey Young – Huffington Post Health Care Reporter – 05/03/2013 Amid all the political posturing over the Medicaid expansion that’s part of President Barack Obama’s health care reform plan, it can be easy to lose sight of what’s at stake here for a vulnerable portion of the U.S. population. Because the Supreme Court ruled…

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