Pfizer discontinues “Share Card”
Medicare-endorsed "U Share Card" from United HealthCare will be only Pfizer-sponsored discount card available to seniors after company discontinues "Share Card" program Aug. 31. Pfizer says the 550,000-plus low-income seniors enrolled in discontinued card would receive greater benefits through U Share. "Over the past five months, Pfizer has made twelve separate communications, including mailings and phones calls" to all enrollees "informing them of the superior benefits of the Medicare drug discount card programs, including the U Share Card," company said. Seniors cannot be switched automatically...
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