|Should I quit insurance to get ADAP
Jul 13, 2002
I recently found out that I am no longer eligible for ADAP since I have insurance for medications at my work, but up until recently capped out my coverage quickly. They changed plans so that my medications have no cap, but I cannot afford the co-pay to get my medications. I cannot seem to get any answers whether I should drop my insurance in order to qualify for ADAP, since in Idaho that seems to be the only available help. What are the real drawbacks, and do I have any choices?
Response from Ms. Franzoi
Contact a legal aid association in Idaho to get some help with your questions.
THE INS. CO. HAS TERMINATED OUR HEALTH INS. AT WORK
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