Prescription Advantage is the Commonwealth’s prescription drug assistance program for older adults and people living with disabilities in MA. With very generous income limits, Prescription Advantage can lower drug costs for people who do not qualify for MassHealth or other Medicare Savings Programs.
For individuals with a Medicare prescription drug plan (Part D) or other prescription drug coverage, Prescription Advantage can supplement this coverage to lower co-pays.
Prescription Advantage also provides benefits for individuals age 65 and older who are not eligible for Medicare, as well as those under age 65 with a qualified disability.
Join Kathy Devine to learn more about Prescription Advantage and how it can lower costs for residents of Massachusetts.
Kathy Devine has been with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) for 17 years starting as the Outreach Coordinator for the Prescription Advantage Program and is currently Prescription Advantage’s Director of Operations.
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