Skyrocketing Insulin Prices - Idaho's Health Centers Can Help

Health Centers Provide Affordable Primary Care & Medications

Idaho's non-profit health centers provide high-quality, affordable primary care to over 170,000 people or nearly 1 in 10 Idahoans.

Health centers also provide discounted prescription medications to their patients through a program known as the 340B Drug Discount Pricing Program

Though many Idahoans struggle with access to healthcare and affordable prescription drugs, health centers provide a bridge to a medical home.

KTVB's coverage, "Skyrocketing insulin prices hurting diabetics" features Dr. Andrew Barron, medical director of Terry Reilly Health Services. 

Health centers across Idaho help patients with diabetes and other conditions obtain the care and medications they need. 


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