Too many patients today have to choose between their
medicines and other life necessities. If this describes any of your
patients, you've come to the right place. Access2wellness is designed
to help you assist your patients with limited or no health insurance
get the help they need to lead healthier lives.
Through access2wellness, you can learn about a variety of programs
that, combined, offer more than 1,000 prescription medicines and
medical products for free or at a discount to qualified patients. In
just a few easy steps, you can help your patient get information,
determine eligibility and find the assistance program that's best for
The Operating Companies of Johnson & Johnson, other pharmaceutical
companies as well as Medicare, Medicaid, state governments, and a
number of non-profit organizations, have established programs to help
patients gain easier access to the medicines and medical products
they need. Several of the programs are described below.
Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation
- The operating companies of Johnson & Johnson have a
long-standing commitment to helping patients access medicines. The
operating companies of Johnson & Johnson donate free prescription
medicines to the Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation (JJPAF).
JJPAF is an independent, private non-profit organization that assists
patients without financial resources and prescription coverage to
obtain free prescription products donated by the Johnson & Johnson
To learn more about the Foundation patient assistance
programs or to apply for assistance, please visit our website jjpaf.org
or call and speak to one of our Program Specialists at 800-652-6227.
If the product you need is not available via this program,
please go to the Partnership for Prescription Assistance Web site www.PPARx.org or call 888-477-2669 to access
additional information about other available medications.
The Partnership for
Prescription Assistance (PPA) helps your
patients find the best public or private prescription assistance
program to get the discounted and free prescription medications they
need. It also has links to many other health care services and
partner organizations. Learn more.
Access® offers savings on prescription
products from many leading pharmaceutical companies. Learn more.
Drug Coverage Program (Medicare Part D) may help
your patients pay for their prescription medications if they are
eligible for Medicare. Learn
and local programs for discounted or free prescription medications
are often available to residents who qualify. Look for the appropriate state under Participating Programs on the PPA website, PPARx.org,
to learn more.