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If you previously used the OPDP discount card, you will need to re-enroll with ArrayRX.
The Oregon Prescription Drug Program (OPDP) transitioned to ArrayRx on January 1st 2022. Please rest assured that the ArrayRx Discount Card Program is still state-sponsored and authorized by the Oregon Health Authority. You can use the ArrayRx Discount Card at over 65,000 pharmacies nationally and over 600 in Oregon to get discounts on all FDA-approved drugs. With the card, you may save up to 80% on generic drugs and up to 20% off brand-name drugs. The discount card is FREE and available to any resident in the state of Oregon. There are no membership fees, age or income limits, drug lists or formularies!
Take your discount card to an OPDP pharmacy to get the discount.
Drug manufacturer rebate contracts do not offer rebates on drugs purchased using the Discount Card. Therefore, OPDP does not collect rebates for drugs purchased through the Discount Card program.
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Enroll by phone, toll free: 1-800-913-4284
You can also
download a printed application and mail to the program:
Washington residents may apply
here for the Washington State Prescription Discount Card.
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For information about whether certain vaccines and immunizations are covered and for general questions, you can contact OPDP's contracted administrator.
If you are a health care provider that has questions or needs to register for the Oregon Prescription Drug
Monitoring Program contact:
We would like to know how your experience has been using the OPDP program.
OPDP Contact:Heidi R. MurphyOperations Manager503-580-9928
Are you having trouble affording medical care? If so, go to
OregonHealthCare.gov/WindowShop. This website will help you determine if OHP, Medicare, or Marketplace coverage is the best fit for you, based on your zip code and answers to a short series of qualifying questions.
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