HarborPath Expands Patient Assistance Program to Include Chronic Medications for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C
Charlotte, NC – January 9, 2017 – HarborPath, an organization which provides a single point of access for HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C medications through its assistance program for uninsured patients, has expanded to include chronic drugs for certain co-morbidities that affect this population.
“We are extremely pleased to expand the program to help patients who struggle to access medications for chronic diseases. This marks an exciting development for HarborPath and enhances our ability to meet a broader medication need for uninsured patients with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C,” remarked HarborPath Chairwoman, Dr. Donna Sweet.
Ken Trogdon Jr., President of HarborPath, said “we are excited to add these medications to our formulary for the treatment of diabetes and hypertension. This expansion will allow HarborPath to meet the ever increasing medication needs of this country’s uninsured.”
HarborPath is a non-profit organization that provides access to life-saving medications for uninsured people living with chronic illnesses free of charge. Through an online portal, healthcare professionals can apply for multiple medications donated by pharmaceutical partners on behalf of their uninsured patients living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C through a single application. Eligibility status is determined immediately, and the HarborPath mail order pharmacy ships medications within 48 hours of program approval. For more information, visit www.harborpath.org.
Mike Beyer Sam Brown Inc. PR for HarborPath
Ken Trogdon, Jr.