Insurance Patient Assistance Program
NeedyMeds.org and the National Eczema Association announce a new source of information on medications used for eczema and financial resources to help assist with the cost of medications.
(PRWEB) September 16, 2009 -- The resource page, created in collaboration with the National Eczema Association, provides information on eczema including facts, research, and more. Links to the National Eczema Association and its support network, programs and services are included on the resource page. In addition, the page lists financial resources that help with the cost of the drugs used to treat eczema, includiing medication coupons and free or low cost healthcare clinics.
The collaboration between NeedyMeds and the National Eczema Association was created to reach a larger group of people needing support and assistance in a time of shrinking resources. Both organizations are committed to serving those in need.
About NeedyMeds: NeedyMeds, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, is a comprehensive and reliable source of information on assistance available for people having difficulties paying for their medications or health care. The Web site (www.needymeds.org) is visited by approximately 12,000 people each workday. All of NeedyMeds' information is always free, easy to access, and updated regularly. Unlike similar sites, NeedyMeds requires no registration. All the information is easily printed.
About the National Eczema Association: The National Eczema Association improves the health and quality of life for individuals with eczema through research, support and education. The National Eczema Association is a national, patient-oriented organization which is governed by a Board of Directors and guided by a Scientific Advisory Committee comprised of physicians and scientists who donate their time and expertise. NEA is entirely supported through individual and corporate contributions and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. NEA receives no federal grants or sub grants, or federal contracts or subcontracts. Please visit http://www.nationaleczema.org/.