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RSA Prescription Card

RSA-WI Announces a New Member Benefit

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RSA-WI has partnered with United Networks of America (UNA) to provide RSA-WI members with savings as high as 75% on prescription medications.

UNA Rx Card is designed as a stand-alone benefit program but it may also be used as a supplement for insured prescription plans to cover non-formulary prescriptions. It can also be used as a Medicare Part D supplement by providing discounts on non-covered drugs.

Here are some great reasons to use this card:

  • No cost, and no application process – only your first and last name are required.
  • No enrollment period, no restrictions, no eligibility requirements, no limits, and no forms to file.
  • Covers pre-existing conditions.
  • All cards are pre-activated and can be used immediately.
  • Cards may be printed from the web site at any time – just enter your name.
  • Discounts can be as high as 75% (average is approximately 30%)
  • Simply take the card to the pharmacy when you fill or refill your prescription.
  • Includes discounts on prescriptions, vision, hearing, vitamins, diabetic supplies and more!
  • RSA-WI receives $0.50 each time a paid prescription is processed through the program. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.

How do I use this card?

A.

Take the card to the pharmacy with your prescription to be filled and when processed with your prescription, you will receive discounts on your prescriptions up to 50% on brand name drugs and up to 75% on generic drugs. Average discounts will average 30%.

Q.

Will the free drug card help with my co-payments?

A.

No, this card will not lower your co-pay. However, it can be used if your plan does not cover the prescription you require.

Q.

Can I use this card in conjunction with my insurance?

A.

Yes and no. This card will not lower your insurance co-pay; however it can be used to cover non-formulary medications (medications not covered by your health plan).

Q.

I have a Medicare Part D Plan. Can I use the card?

A.

The card can be used to purchase medications at a discount for medications not covered on your Part D Plan and/or if you are in the donut hole – gap period.

Q.

Can the card be used to purchase medications for pets?

A.

Yes. If prescriptions are purchased at a pharmacy (not the vets’ office) you can use the card to receive the same percentage discounts on meds purchased for people.

Q.

I need to find out if my medication is one of the drugs that you cover.

A.

All medications are eligible for a discount through this program. The card has “Lowest Price Logic” – simply means that all members will receive the lowest price available on the medication purchased.

Q.

What pharmacy accepts this card?

A.

Most major chains accept the card and thousands of independents as well. There are toll free numbers listed on card for member and pharmacy assistance.

Q.

My pharmacy told me that I need to call and activate this card.

A.

These cards are pre-activated and ready to use immediately. If the pharmacy has trouble with the card, please have them call the toll free number on the coupon.

Q.

I tried to use my card at my pharmacy, and they told me that the Group number is not good.

A.

Have the pharmacy call the toll free number while you are there, and they can to help them process your card.

Q.

My pharmacy said they have never heard of this card.

A.

If no one has previously presented the card at your pharmacy, they may not be familiar with it. They just need to enter the information into their system from your card and it will trigger the discounts.

Q.

Why would the pharmacies participate in this program?

A.

Health Insurance is a concern of many, prescription medications is just one of the many expenses related to insurance. By helping to save money on prescriptions, your pharmacy earns a loyal customer.

 

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Click here for the new Non-Covered Drug Savings Program

Click here to view additional programs offered with the Savings Card