Free Prescription Drug Cards Offered to Support Cover the Uninsured National Campaign Events

WHEATON, Ill., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Elations Health, LLC located in Wheaton, Illinois today announced its support of the national Cover the Uninsured Week's 2008 campaign by providing free prescription drug cards for distribution at events around the country. Cover the Uninsured, a project of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is a national effort to highlight the fact that too many Americans are living without health insurance. The campaign events will take place April 27 - May 3 with thousands of activities across the country -- visit http://www.covertheuninsured.org.

The free cards offer savings averaging 31% off the price of most commonly prescribed drugs. Individuals and families seeking financial relief from the increasing cost burden of prescription drugs can take advantage of this program instantly and free of charge. The cards benefit those currently uninsured or whose medications are not covered through their existing insurance company. In addition to the donated cards, free personalized drug cards are distributed electronically through the company's website at http://www.easydrugcard.com and are available to anyone regardless of age, income, or existing health insurance coverage. Since this is not insurance there are no deductibles, no premiums, no membership fees, and no waiting periods with the use of the free prescription drug card.

Christopher Petersen, CEO of Elations Health stated, "We are proud to support this campaign by providing our prescription drug cards and help raise awareness of the health savings options available within our communities. We applaud the efforts of the event coordinators reaching out to enroll eligible uninsured families in public health programs through these events."

About Elations Health LLC

Elations Health offers a free personalized prescription drug card program via the Internet to provide substantial cost savings on prescription medications to individuals and families who lack health insurance or a prescription drug benefit with their existing health insurance. The prescription discount cards are honored through a national network of over 56,000 participating retail pharmacies including Walgreens and Rite-Aid.

For more information about Elations Health Easy Drug Card program please visit http://www.easydrugcard.com or contact:

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