Progressive Apps Releases CAP Discount Prescription Card App
New Android App helps uninsured and under-insured save money on prescriptions.
This app would help those people that are not being approved with their prescriptions by any insurance companies. Through use of the app, uninsured and those under - insured who face huge medicine expenses will be benefited.
Due to the hard economic times the country is having, many people are suffering from not getting covered by insurance and sometimes avoid getting medications due to high costs. With the help of the CAP Discount Prescription Card App, everyone is allowed to download the App and present it when purchasing medications. This app can be shown to local pharmacists at the nearest drug stores in their area. One of the features of the CAP App is the pharmacy locator which reveals the discounted price for the user so they can choose the pharmacy where the medicine has a lower price. The Healthcare App has another feature showing RX Drug Pricing. This feature shows low cost generic options to the more expensive name brand medications. CAP card discounts offer up to 95% at US pharmacies that include Wal-Mart, Walgreens etc.
Through the app's release, millions of people will save a lot of money with their prescription drugs and can use the money towards household expenses. Though there are many people who will use the app, they are still assured this will not be affected by Obamacare (http://tinyurl.com/
Progressive Apps is a company located in Denver, Colorado and releasing the app to help millions of US citizens with their Health Care needs. Their company is responsible for providing an app that will help people save more on medication expenses and can spend it on household needs.
"Honestly, not having RX coverage has made life quite difficult for me, because I am a part-time employee; I wasn't entitled to the same benefits as the full-timers. I was looking for ways to save money on my meds and through all the spam, I found this gem. It's super quick and easy to register and when I go to my local CVS, I get a pretty substantial discount on my meds. Truly a life saver!" says Shanell Stengel
According to Earlean Scibold, "This is perfect for people without prescription insurance. I recently got laid off but still needed some help with getting my meds. This is way better than having to sign up for COBRA or some other organization to get some coverage."
Allan Wiehle says, "Works on pet meds too. I was a bit skeptical at first but I actually saved about 40% off the meds for my pup. I don't think this could have been any easier. There's no gimmick or bait and switch. Pretty much what you see is what you get and that's what I like."
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