State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program is a prescription savings program that offers patients discounts on certain medications.
It’s for patients who don’t have insurance to cover their prescriptions, those that require medications not covered by insurance, or those enrolled in high deductible plans. While these are the people who will see the greatest benefit from this program, enrollment is not limited to these populations.
Yes, your card is ready to use as soon as you print it. Card is also accessible via your mobile phone.
This program is not insurance. It offers a lower price on specific medications when you present your membership card at a participating pharmacy. Enrollment and participation are easy and there are no claim forms to fill out.
Yes, if the medication you need is not covered by your current plan, but is included in this program, you can use the card to get a lower price. However, prescription claims utilizing the State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program will not be eligible for reimbursement and shall not be submitted for reimbursement through any third-party prescription drug benefit, including any commercial coverage, Medicare, Medicaid, or any other state or federal government program. This means that if you use this program, the cost of medications included in this program will not count towards deductibles or out-of-pocket maximums that may be applicable under your prescription drug/health plan.
The State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program lets you purchase select medications for a reduced cost at participating Connecticut network pharmacies. The State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program is offered at no cost to you and it’s easy to use; simply present the State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program card at any participating pharmacy.
Click here to see a list of medications included in the program along with the cost.
While there are no specific qualifications for the program, to purchase participating drugs, you do need a prescription from your care provider to purchase prescriptions.
Exact savings depend on the medication. As an example, a 10ml vial of Novolog will cost approximately $120 with the State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program. For a patient paying out of pocket, this represents a potential savings of up to $200.
Yes. There is no limit on the number of times you can use the program. Simply present the card each time you fill a prescription for a medication included in the program.
No, all family members can use the same card. You can also print as many copies as you like here, if family members want their own copy. Click here to add family members.