NFP pharmacies accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most health insurance plans.
Patients with Prescription Coverage
If you have prescription coverage through your health insurance, NFP must apply your insurance to the cost of the prescription first. You pay the same price as usual for medications purchased at an NFP or partner pharmacy, but your purchase through the 340B program helps us provide medications to patients without health insurance or those with insurance who need additional support.
Patients without Prescription Coverage
If you do not have insurance or have difficulty paying for your medications, NFP provides existing patients with financial assistance for prescriptions at NFP pharmacies. Additional financial assistance for prescriptions is available to NFP patients based on income qualifications. To find out if you qualify for financial assistance, please make an appointment with patient financial services by calling 216.281.0872, ext. 2020.
Helping our Neighbors – 340B Drug Pricing Program
NFP offers the 340B drug pricing program. This federal program provides eligible health care providers, like NFP, with access to outpatient drugs at reduced prices. Both NFP pharmacy locations participate in the 340B drug pricing program.
By purchasing medications at a lower cost, NFP is also able to use the additional savings to help our neighbors with services that insurance may not cover, or for which funding is limited, including:
- Language interpretation
- Patient advocates to assist patients with social services
- Patient education
- Staff education
- Sliding fee discounts
- Quality initiatives
- Medication adherence assistance