For our patients, this scene is all too familiar: You’re weakened from a chronic condition; tired from lack of sleep; terrified of how you’re going to pay for your monthly prescriptions. When all you can do is get up in the morning and take care of yourself, the last thing you need to worry about is paying for the medication you need to treat your chronic condition. But there’s hope: there’s Simplefill.
Those of us at Simplefill know the struggle patients face as they face a horrific choice: Should I pay for medication, or should I pay bills? Our advocates understand how difficult it is to take care of yourself while staying financially afloat.
The chronic conditions we assist with span all manner of illness—asthma, COPD, cancer, diabetes—the list goes on. We stay up-to-date on changes in the healthcare industry to better serve our clients’ changing needs. Whether you’re in the Medicare donut hole, or you’re simply paying more than $75 per month on prescriptions, Simplefill can help.
Not being able to catch your breath is one of the scariest feelings you can ever experience. Patients with asthma face this scenario all too often. The pain from wheezing and the fear from not being able to draw a deep breath can easily lead to panic and anxiety.
At Simplefill, we work with patients needing asthma medication assistance every day, and understand their unique needs. Many asthma patients take medication like anti-inflammatory asthma inhalers daily to prevent attacks. These inhaled steroids keep airways open as patients go about their lives. However, when every breath is a struggle, asthma patients need quick-acting bronchodilator asthma inhalers to make breathing easier. We offer assistance across both kinds of asthma medication, and we’re happy to talk with asthma patients individually to help them get the prescription assistance they need.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
When you don’t have asthma, but simply drawing breath is a continuous challenge, you desperately need relief and support as you treat your condition.
We’re there when our Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients find it challenging to simply draw a breath. Our advocates work closely with COPD patients like you to get the medication they need to prevent flare-ups, ease wheezing, and reduce the shortness of breath that so many COPD patients experience.
When you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, the last thing you want to worry about is the logistics of getting treatment. We know time is valuable, and the more time you can spend living well with your family and friends without worrying about the rising costs of cancer medication, the better. Our caring team relieves the burden of dealing with pharmacies and doctors so you can focus on feeling good.
Our advocates provide comforting support while connecting with cancer patients’ doctors to get the oral chemotherapy medication they need. While many available prescriptions work to reduce cancer cells, others alleviate pain. Some of the most common medications we help our patients obtain are Camptosar, Cytoxan, Eloxatin, Gemzar and many others. Many of our patients are prostate cancer survivors, breast cancer survivors and colon cancer survivors.
When you have diabetes, it can feel like a full time job: Checking on your insulin pump, measuring your blood sugar levels, taking insulin regularly, packing enough insulin with you if you go away on vacation—it’s exhausting! We know it is. But we’re here to take one thing off your list. Our staff understands diabetes and provide loving, compassionate support as you navigate drug costs.
Whether you have type one or type two diabetes, Simplefill can help you obtain the insulin you need to manage your condition. Our patients who need diabetes or insulin prescription assistance can rely on Simplefill to understand their concerns and assist with compassion.
Diabetes treatment can vary from patient to patient, but our advocates know the different kinds of insulin available that help keep blood sugar in check. Some of the types of insulin we help our diabetes patients receive are: Rapid acting, short acting, intermediate acting or long acting insulin. We have diabetes insulin assistance available for Humalog, NovoLog, Lantus, and more.
If you or your loved one is currently living with a chronic condition and your monthly prescription costs are over $100 per month, apply now to see if you’re eligible for Simplefill. All applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis for eligibility. You have nothing to lose by applying today.