The Galderma CareConnect patient savings program has surpassed the mark of 1,000,000 prescriptions filled through its patient access program. Committed to keeping accessibility remarkably simple and saving patients’ money, the company says the program is structured to work at any accredited retail, mail-order or independent pharmacy across the country that accepts patient rebate cards by offering discounts on the quality dermatology products offered by Galderma Laboratories, L.P.
To date, more than 40,000 pharmacies across the US have used the program to benefit more than half a million patients. The cost structure is simple to understand, with most insured patient costs starting as low as $35 per medication for most products, wherever the patient chooses to fill their prescription. With uninsured rates, some products are available as low as $75.
“The Galderma CareConnect program serves as a brilliant example of Galderma’s longstanding commitment to bring innovative medical solutions to dermatologists and the patients they serve. Providing a simple access solution for physicians and patients, the Galderma CareConnect program affords unrestricted access to Galderma’s entire portfolio of promoted prescription products,” says Miles Harrison, President and General Manager for Galderma North America.
“By keeping the patient at the center of everything we do and partnering with healthcare professionals, our commitment to discover and deliver medical solutions for skin health needs remains a constant,” Mr. Harrison continued.
In a sign of its continuing commitment as a recognized leader in dermatology, Galderma continues to explore ways to expand the Galderma CareConnect program from savings to patient adherence programs that help patients understand how to take their prescriptions and utilize their medications for better results.
Resources available for healthcare professionals at GaldermaCC.com include downloadable savings offers for patients, a simple pricing sheet reference for staff, as well as additional program resources available on demand. Full terms and conditions of the program are also available online.Next Story