Many people rely on assistance programs, including co-pay cards, to help pay for their medications. But this vital form of financial relief is under widespread attack, a new report finds.
More than 30 years after the first World AIDS Day, medications for prevention and treatment of HIV remain out of reach for many people.
The Biden administration’s ambitious plan to protect patients is off to a promising start.
More patients may face an ugly co-pay surprise when new rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services take effect.
Patients with an Affordable Care Act health plan will soon have one less hurdle between them and the medicine they need to manage chronic or rare diseases.