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Hy-Vee launches resource for patients with private insurance to access insulin for $35 per month

Using manufacturer-sponsored savings cards, eligible patients can get a 28-day supply of insulin for as low as $35 per month at their local Hy-Vee Pharmacy.
Sandra Levy
Senior Editor

Hy-Vee is launching a new resource to help patients with diabetes who are covered under commercial/private insurance save on hundreds of insulin products at their local Hy-Vee Pharmacy.

Using a manufacturer-sponsored savings card, eligible patients with commercial/private insurance (or those without insurance who pay in cash) can get a 28-day supply of insulin for as a low as $35 per month at their Hy-Vee Pharmacy. Patients can begin accessing and applying manufacturer-sponsored savings cards to their insulin prescriptions online by visiting hy-vee.com/healthnew/insulin before picking up their insulin prescription.

The manufacturer-sponsored savings cards are available to patients ages 18+ and accepted at all Hy-Vee Pharmacy locations. Once submitted online, the savings card will be automatically applied to future qualifying insulin prescriptions for up to 12 months at Hy-Vee Pharmacy.

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“Our goal is to make it even easier for patients to manage their diabetes by increasing access to affordable insulin,” said Aaron Wiese, president of Hy-Vee. “By bringing more awareness to manufacturer-sponsored savings cards, we can help more patients save on their monthly insulin prescription at Hy-Vee Pharmacy.”

Hy-Vee Pharmacy patients can quickly refill insulin prescriptions online or by contacting their local Hy-Vee Pharmacy. New patients can transfer to Hy-Vee Pharmacy online or by contacting a nearby Hy-Vee Pharmacy.

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