Connecticut is about to take a transformative step toward making prescription drugs more affordable for all.
On October 2, all Connecticut residents will be eligible to sign up for ArrayRx, a prescription drug discount card program that provides up to 80% off certain prescriptions at nearly all pharmacies in the state.
Valid physical Connecticut addresses and email addresses are required to enroll, and a digital card will be provided after registering.
The program is part of Public Act 23-171, An Act Protecting Patients and Prohibiting Unnecessary Health Care Costs, which I proudly supported.
I urge you to not miss out on this great opportunity. Residents should never have to worry about getting access to lifesaving care, and this free program is a significant step forward.
While this program will benefit all residents of the state, I am mindful that some older folks do not have access to - or a comfort level with - online sign-ups and may not use email. If you care for an elder who needs help with signing up (or know someone who does), please call ArrayRx at 800-913-4146 for help getting started with this digital program.
For more information on ArrayRx, including a drug price lookup tool, visit arrayrxcard.com