Prescription medication costs can be staggering – especially for those will limited or no insurance coverage. To help VideoMedicine patients offset these high costs Salus Telehealth is now offering a free savings card that provides discounts of up to 80 percent off brand-name and generic prescription medications. Through a new partnership with MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc., the savings card helps close the gap in prescription coverage for the insured, uninsured and underinsured and their families.

Everyone is eligible for the prescription savings card, which is honored at MedImpact’s network of 62,000 pharmacies nationwide, and includes all major chains and independent neighborhood drug stores. The savings card never expires, and allows patients to save at the register with no limits on how often it can be used and no forms to fill out. It is ideal for patients who do not have insurance, those whose medication is not covered or limited by their current plan and those who have reached the maximum of their current plan.

To begin saving on prescriptions, patients simply click on “Rx Discount Card” at and fill out the short registration form with their name and address. Once complete, the patient can download and print the savings card, which must be presented to the pharmacy to receive the instant discount. Within the same portal, patients can enter their city or zip code with the name of the prescription to see the cost of their medication with the applied discount at participating pharmacies.

“Prescription medication costs are at a record high and for those who are uninsured or underinsured, it can mean a major hardship. Salus Telehealth has partnered with MedImpact to offer a discount prescription program to help all VideoMedicine patients get more accessible, affordable medication,” says Paula Guy, CEO of Salus Telehealth. “We are very happy to align with MedImpact’s network of pharmacies to bring this phenomenal level of savings to VideoMedicine patients.”

To here to read the Salus Telehealth’s full press release on the partnership with MedImpact and the new savings card offering.