RX Card Program

KLC is frequently approached to help co-market programs and services. After comprehensive due diligence, KLC has partnered with a small number of reputable businesses and other organizations to support products and programs that save cities time and money, minimize risk, and help cities enhance services to constituents.

KLC has partnered with United Networks of America (UNA) to provide this card at no cost. Anyone can use the card whether they have prescription coverage or not. The Rx Card can also be used with other ancillary services including eye care, dental, and hearing aid providers.

Your city can market the card locally and distribute it to citizens at no charge. All distribution materials are available in Spanish.

What is the Kentucky RX Card?

The RX Card program is a tool cities are using to help citizens with the high costs of prescriptions.

Success Story: City of LaGrange

The City of LaGrange (population approximately 8,000) started distributing the KY RX card, and within two months, the savings to residents topped $144,000.  

Those astronomical savings have no strings attached. The customer simply presents the RX Card at the pharmacy. The promotion costs the city nothing because it was included in a tax billing. Other cities are using this same model, including the City of Alexandria.    
 It's something cities can distribute that can easily save people money.  

In addition to distributing the cards at city offices and local events, consider including the cards in mailings. It works!