Gila County announces enhanced discount prescription and health program

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  Residents of Gila County can now access savings at walk-in medical clinics, low-cost telemedicine service and increased prescription discounts.

  Gila County this week announced the improved Live Healthy Discount Program, which helps county residents with the high cost of prescription medications and provides discounts on health and dental services. Now more than ever, saving feels better.

  The enhanced program gives residents NEW access to:

• 24/7 telemedicine services provided through the low-fee Health Discount Program which provides unlimited calls with a clinician without a co-pay

• An average of 30 percent savings on prescriptions for residents and their pets through the NO-COST discount program

• Saving 10 percent up to $10 at walk-in MinuteClinic locations found at select CVS Pharmacy® or Target stores

  “Recognizing the difficulties many of our residents face when trying to pay for their health care needs, we are happy to be able to provide them with the Live Healthy Discount Program,” said Woody Cline, Chairman, Gila County Board of Supervisors.

  Residents may visit www.LiveHealthyCard.com to enroll and access discounts on prescriptions, health services and dental care, as well as download or print their new Live Healthy Card. The Live Healthy program is NOT insurance.

Prescription Discounts

  Residents simply present their NO-COST discount to save on prescriptions at more than 66,000 participating pharmacies across the country. Residents can pick up a card online, any Gila County Office, or at any of the local pharmacies. The Live Healthy Discount Card is available for residents with and without insurance and saves consumers on prescriptions not covered by insurance.

MinuteClinic Discounts

  Residents presenting their Live Healthy Prescription Discount Card will receive a discounted rate of 10%, up to $10 for services, and many services are delivered at no cost. For more information, visit: www.LiveHealthyCard.com

Health Discounts

  For the low price of $5.95 a month for individuals and $7.95 for families, residents can enroll online at www.LiveHealthyCard.com or call 1-877-573-2395. The health program provides: 24/7 telemedicine service and savings between 15 percent and 70 percent on vision, hearing, diabetic supplies, prepaid lab work and diagnostic imaging.

Dental Discounts

For the low price of $5.95 a month for individuals and $7.95 for families, residents can enroll online at www.LiveHealthyCard.com or call 877-573-2395. The Dental program can provide savings up to 50 percent on most dental procedures with over 110,000 dentists, including check-ups, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, root canals, extraditions and dentures.

The Live Healthy Discount Program is provided in partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo).

“We are pleased to help counties alleviate residents’ everyday health expenses, especially when many families are struggling to keep up with rising health care costs,” said NACo Executive Director Matthew Chase.

Savings may vary by drug and by pharmacy. This is NOT insurance and cannot be used in conjunction with any health insurance. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies. The Discount Medical Organization for NACo Health and Dental Discounts is Alliance HealthCard of Florida, Inc. Services are subject to availability. Participating locations can be found online at www.LiveHealthyCard.com

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