Privacy concerns about the Abilify savings card
December 9, 2013 7:50 PM Subscribe
I was just prescribed Abilify by my pdoc, and as it is really crazy expensive he gave me an Abilify Savings Card, apparently given out by the pharmaceutical company who makes it to allow people who's insurance doesn't sufficiently cover it to buy it anyway. That's fine, but the third party company who runs the card (Otsuka) makes you sign a contract which says that they can share your information with any company they are working with. That sounds to me like any company who wants to buy your information. Is this normal? Acceptable? What are the risks associated with this?
posted by anonymous to Law & Government (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
(Asking for my SO, and anon because many mefites know this person).