SOURCE: myDrugCosts, Inc.
RALEIGH, NC--(Marketwire - August 15, 2012) - The State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC) has selected myDrugCosts, a mobile software service which helps individuals save money on prescription drugs, to provide service to SEANC's 55,000 members.
"Rising health care costs are a significant issue for all of our members. myDrugCosts is an innovative solution that will provide our members with fast and accessible information about their prescription drug options," said SEANC Executive Director Dana Cope.
myDrugCosts can be accessed by smartphone or any internet browser. Individuals are presented with options for lowering their drug costs. myDrugCosts is easy to use before, during, or after a doctor's appointment.
"Prescription drug cost information tends to be confusing, inaccessible and time consuming to find," said myDrugCosts CEO Dr. Dan Pollard. "We have designed myDrugCosts to provide individuals with instant, mobile access to the information they need to make an informed decision about the right drug, the right pharmacy and the right purchase method."
myDrugCosts will be introduced to SEANC members at the association's upcoming annual convention Sept. 6-8 in Greensboro.
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The State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC), Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2008, is the South's leading state employees' association 55,000 members strong. SEANC is committed to protecting and enhancing the rights and benefits of current, retired and future state employees.
myDrugCosts, Inc. is a North Carolina based company located in Research Triangle Park. The award-winning, myDrugCosts software-as-a-service platform empowers patients to make better economic decisions about prescription drugs. Through concise, health plan-specific information available on their smartphones, patients can discuss the costs and convenience of their prescribed medications with their doctor. myDrugCosts is also accessible via desktop web browsers and can be integrated with existing mobile applications and web portals. myDrugCosts received a national award for Best Consumer App at the 2012 Health Data Initiative Forum.