Pharmacy Patient Advocacy Network provides information, education, advocacy, and practical advice to pharmacy patients including areas of health insurance claims, health and disability insurance, educational equity, and employment issues.
In addition, our Group strives to protect and promote the concerns of pharmacy patients in public policy primarily through education of other healthcare professionals as well the patients themselves. Our mission is to advocate for pharmacy patients through education and reaching out to other healthcare professionals as well as to educate and empower patients to become their own advocates.
The Pharmacy Patient Advocacy Network is a member of the National Quality Forum.
Healthcare Provider Education
Another component of our Non-profit program is our Physician Education Series. PPAN has partnered with MedicoRx Specialty Pharmacy to provide an educational series to enhance the practice of medicine through supportive care services and outreach. Our series is designed to match prominent clinical lecturers with patients and community groups who suffer from both physical and emotional demands of a serious illness. Our education program supports peer physician review as well as outreach to patients and caregivers as it relates to chronic disease states.
Coaching & Counseling Programs
Counseling for caregivers, patients, and loved ones is available to help you:
- Learn new ways to deal with cancer
- Manage emotions such as anxiety, depression, and or sadness
- Improve communications with your healthcare team
- Talk to your family about cancer
- Find reliable information and useful resources in your community
- Manage financial and work-related challenges
Practical Employment & Emotional Help Seminar
Pharmacy Patient Advocacy Network offers a seminar designed to help chronic disease patients deal with employment and emotional issues associated with employment. We will help you understand how to involve your healthcare provider in assisting with work-related decisions as well as help you learn essential tools that will assist you or your loved one with a creating a smooth transition from treatment to work. We will also provide a detailed description of your ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) rights.
We will also provide you with emotional support throughout the process and help you learn the necessary skills in order to return to the workplace. We provide information, resources, and coaching.
Co-Pay Assistance Program
Welcome to Pharmacy Patient Advocacy Network. We are dedicated to helping you obtain the assistance that you need and allow you the ability to pay for and complete your treatment. We provide an easy and seamless way to obtain same day approval. Please call (844) 458–8694 or connect through our portal to the get the assistance that you need.
All donations are 100% tax deductible and will go towards
providing information, education, advocacy, and legal advice
to pharmacy patients.
The staff at PPAN is dedicated to assisting you with all your pharmaceutical needs.
Contact us today with any questions or concerns you may have.
Pharmacy Patient Advocacy Network
Toll Free: (800) 681-6885
FAX: (800) 691-2170