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“FMA Works With Florida Rx Card”


(Tallahassee, FL) – The Florida Medical Association (FMA) is working closely with Florida Rx Card to distribute free discount prescription cards to help uninsured and underinsured patients afford their prescription medications.

Patients who don't have insurance or who take prescription drugs that aren't covered by their health insurance plans can use the Florida Rx Card to obtain discounts of up to 80 percent off the retail price for brand and generic FDA-approved medications.

"The FMA is proud to work with Florida Rx Card to educate patients about this free statewide prescription assistance program," said Timothy J. Stapleton, FMA Executive Vice President.

The program can also be used by people who have health insurance coverage with no prescription benefits, which is common in many health savings accounts (HSA) and high deductible health plans.

Florida Rx Card is accepted at over 56,000 participating regional and national pharmacies.

"We strongly believe that this is an easy and innovative way to help the residents of Florida find affordable prescription options," said Florida Rx Card Program Development Director Brandon Knox.

Physicians may encourage patients to print a free Florida Rx Card at or Florida Rx Card is also available as an app for iPhone and Android by searching "Free Rx iCard" in the app store. Physicians may order free cards by emailing Brandon Knox, Florida Rx Card Program Development Director, at

“Florida Rx Card Saving Floridians Money on Prescription Meds”


The Florida Rx Card is a free statewide initiative with no program restrictions plus no refusals and everyone is invited to participate. The program requires NO enrollment/application, age or income requirements, waiting periods, eligibility required, exclusions, claim forms to file, annual or lifetime maximums/limits, covers pre-existing conditions, includes discounts on brand and generic medications, open formulary so all medications are eligible for discounts.

The Florida Rx Card program is vital for the flu season because it helps save residents money on non-covered medications such as tamiflu.

Easy patient prescription fulfillment using "at once" pre-activated cards generated electronically on the website, sent as e-mail cards or by using the hard cards provided to you at clinics, hospitals, and physicians throughout Florida.

As high as 75%+ discounts provided by the card with the overall average program discounts reaching 30%.

The Florida Rx Card program is accepted at over 50,000 major pharmacies nationwide.

The Florida Rx card and our entire program of plans open a new window of opportunity for residents of Florida. The card helps in controlling their health and financial well being while meeting their needs in these tough economic times. There are savings galore to aid in stretching their income with substantial discounts on prescription drugs, vision (including $25.00 eyeglasses), hearing and diabetic supplies, dental and much more.

Since the Florida Rx Card's inception four years ago, Floridian's have saved over $14 million on prescription drugs.

“Save Money at the Pharmacy”


It's no secret that wise food choices, exercise and regular medical checkups are the formula to healthy life but for many it also includes taking medication. Financially it may be difficult to cover the cost for your prescription. There are convenience store and grocery store discount cards as well as flexible spending cards, but here is a card that may keep you from having to carry every one of those cards everyday.

Florida Rx Card is a free discount card for Florida residents. All residents are eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this program. The program can be used to supplement most health insurance plans including Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and High Deductible Plans. It can also be used as a Medicare Part D supplement by providing discounts on non-covered drugs. You are not required to fill out any enrollment forms and there is no waiting period. It even covers pre-existing conditions.

How the program works is by Lowest Price Logic. It guarantees that you get the best pricing on prescriptions. Card holders pay the lower of a discount off Average Wholesale Price-AWP, discount off MAC Pricing, or Pharmacy Promotional/Retail price. It is said that you can save up to 75% on medications although the average savings is about 30%.

The Florida Rx card is accepted at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country including CVS/pharmacy, Kmart, Sav-On, Sweetbay, Target, Walgreens, Winn-Dixie, and many more. Best of all this card is accepted everywhere and all you have to do is go to the website and print it out. We encourage all Floirda residents to take advantage and print cards for your friends and family too. As with everything, We recommend that you do your own research to ensure that this is the wisest choice for you. This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately!

If you are not able to print a member card you can visit any CVS/pharmacy location in Florida and ask the pharmacy to have your prescription processed through the Florida Rx Card.

“The 2014 Pharmacy News Today "MAN OF THE YEAR" is Ryan Jumonville, Chairman of United Networks of America”


During his tenure as CEO of United Networks of America, Jumonville built United Networks of America (UNA) into the largest affinity and health networking companies in the country. In 2012, Jumonville stepped down as CEO and transitioned into the position of Chairman. The move was strategic as he planned to dedicate more of his time to his family, philanthropy, and strategic acquisitions. The move turned out to be a big success on all fronts.


Jumonville has led UNA to four significant acquisitions during his short tenure as Chairman. Most of the acquisitions have been in the Rx division of UNA which is known as UNA Rx Card. This has helped solidify them as the national market leader in that business segment. UNA Rx Card is responsible for most of the innovative changes in the prescription cash card industry. They are considered a pharmacy friendly plan and have always made client value a priority. These are rare attributes in the Prescription Benefit Management (PBM) community where revenues almost always win over values.

In addition to his new role as Chairman, Jumonville committed more of his time to philanthropic causes. He donated one million meals to the Food Bank, built houses for single mothers, built fresh water wells in Africa, donated scholarships to children of deceased U.S. military service members, supported children's healthcare, and much more. The American Cancer Society, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the Warrick Dunn Foundation and Desire Street Ministries have each recognized him with awards for his generosity and support. In all, he contributed and provided support to dozens of charities and aid organizations.

Despite having a busy schedule Jumonville prefers to be known as a consummate family man. His greatest joy is to spend time with his two children, Jayden and Gavin. He makes the time to drop them off at school each morning. He is expecting his third child in October of this year.

As an industry leader, Jumonville is admired for having found the prescription for success both professionally and personally.

“Warrick Dunn Family Foundation Rewards Three Single-Parent Families in Honor of Labor Day”


(Dade City, FL) – The Warrick Dunn Family Foundation (WD-FF), a public charity serving single-parent families in Atlanta, Ga., Baton Rouge, La., Tallahassee and Tampa, Fla., rewarded three single mothers and their eight children for achieving financial independence by becoming first-time homebuyers through its Homes for the Holidays (HFTH) program on Tuesday morning.

In honor of the recent Labor Day holiday, the three homes were completely furnished with linens, bedding, fully stocked kitchens and home decor, made possible by a $75,000 donation from Dunn's former teammate, Ryan Jumonville and his company, United Networks of America. Included in Jumonville's donation, a $5,000 down payment was provided to each homebuyer through a grant made to Habitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco, the homebuilder and lender for all three homes. In addition, Toshiba Business Solutions sponsored the family's home offices.

Linda Hambrick and her three children were thrilled to find Warrick Dunn in the front yard of their new home. The Hambrick family soon realized that their home, rehabbed by Habitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco, was completely furnished with furniture from Aaron's Inc. (NSE: AAN), the program's corporate partner. In addition, Jumonville's donation assisted with $10,000 in complete home furnishings and $5,000 down payment assistance, drastically lowering Hambrick's monthly mortgage payments.

In tears, Hambrick, said, "My kids don't have to say that we have to pack again and they will have their own rooms."

Immediately following the Hambrick family's home presentation, Dunn and supporters traveled around the corner to reward Ramona Atkins and her two children who also became HFTH recipients Tuesday morning. Atkins and her children have been living in a small, two-bedroom apartment in need of repairs, where the two children shared a bedroom with twin beds and barely enough space to walk. Hambrick was speechless when she saw Dunn standing at the end of her driveway.

Once inside the home, her son, Christopher, could not contain himself when he opened the door to his new amphibian themed room, exclaiming, "I don't just like it, I love it!"

Warrick Dunn, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, started the HFTH program in 1997 to honor his late mother's dream of homeownership. Betty Smothers, a Baton Rouge police officer, was killed while working an after-hours security shift when Dunn was an 18-year-old high school senior.

"Changing lives has been a passion of mine since I lost my mom. These three mothers have worked hard to provide a secure home for their families and they deserve to be rewarded and set up for success as a homeowner," said Dunn about the HFTH program.

As the Atkins family's home presentation came to an end, Dunn walked next door to reward a single mother of two. Soporro Burns and her two children have been homeless while their Habitat home was being built. Burns, who is self-employed, has proven herself determined to give her children a safe and stable home environment, completing over 400 sweat equity hours as a family.

"We are confident that these families will continue to succeed and we are happy to support them in their endeavors," said Neal Weldon, Regional Manager for Aaron's Inc.

To date, WD-FF and its sponsors have rewarded 107 single parents and 286 children in Atlanta, Ga., Baton Rouge, La., and Tallahassee and Tampa, Fla. for achieving the American Dream of purchasing their first home.