SafeNetRx programs serve the unique medication needs of safety net patients, health providers, and pharmacies.
Safety net patients in Iowa represent a diverse group of individuals with unique and significant health challenges. A safety net patient is generally defined as an uninsured or underinsured individual with a household income of 200% of the Federal Poverty Level or below. Patients meeting this criteria, may include working adults who have purchased health insurance on the Federal Exchange; temporarily dislocated workers; justice-involved populations; relocated minority populations, or even Medicare participating Iowans.
Our programs enable health providers such as pharmacies, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Free Clinics, Critical Access Hospitals, Primary Care and Specialty Clinics, Community Mental Health Centers, Rural Health Clinics, and others to serve the unique medication needs of vulnerable patients at little or no cost.