Patient Resources: Coupons & Copays

Published Online: Thursday, June 19, 2014
Patients appreciate pharmacists’ recommendations on women’s health resources. is mobile optimized for easy access to coupons, copays, and educational tools.

Coupon and Copay Use: A Response to the Health Care Market
Coupons and copays aren’t just for penny pinchers when it comes to saving on health care costs. Nearly 70% of pharmacists encounter patients seeking copay cards at least a few times per week, and 77% of pharmacists use copay cards at least once per day.1 What’s more, nearly 60% of pharmacists agree that copay cards improve medication adherence among their patients.1

  1. Co-pay mobile device survey. Pharmacy Times. December 2012.
About Cou-Co®
To address the need for mobile accessibility to coupons and discount copay programs, Pharmacy Times offers Cou-Co®—a first-of-its-kind, mobile-optimized website for pharmacists and consumers. You can direct your patients to on their mobile devices to access searchable coupons for prescription and OTC products, discount copay programs, and educational resources by therapeutic area (eg, women’s health). Together, you and your patients can reap the rewards of health care cost savings and adherence to treatment.

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