EMS Billing & Patient Information

For all EMS Billing and Patient information questions please contact

Center Township Trustee
Judy White
115 S. Washington St. Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-2813

 


List of Designated Privacy Officials for Danville Fire Department and Center Township

The following is a list of individuals who are responsible for various aspects of Federal Privacy Rule. When in doubt, you should contact the designated Privacy Officer, who oversees the privacy compliance issues, or follow this link to review our Notice of Privacy Practices

PRIVACY OFFICER

Alan Pike
EMS Division Chief
77 N. Kentucky St. Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-3008
apike@danvillefire.org

TO FILE AN INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL COMPLAINT ABOUT PRIVACY RELATED ISSUES, CONTACT:

Alan Pike
EMS Division Chief
77 N. Kentucky St. Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-3008
apike@danvillefire.org

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT DENIAL OF ACCESS TO PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Judy White
Center Township Trustee
115 S. Washington St. Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-2813

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT RECEIVING AND PROCESSING REQUESTS FOR ACCESS OR AMENDMENT TO PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Judy White
Center Township Trustee
115 S. Washington St. Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-2813

 


Patient Information Forms

All forms are downloadable in Adobe PDFpdficon

 

 

 


Prescription Drug Tips

Financial assistance
Check the drug manufacturer’s web site. Some drugs offer free trial offers and substantial financial assistance regardless of income structure, e.g. Crestor Savings. Often you can use these offers with your regular insurance discounts as well.

Depending on income structure, some organizations, such as The Partnership for Prescription Assistance, can help through assorted financial assistance programs. Be wary if any organization requires you to sign up with a credit card or to give them personal or financial information.

Prescription Discount cards
As a resident of Indiana, you and your family have access to a statewide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP). Create and print your FREE discount prescription drug card below. This card will provide you with Rx medication savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country including CVS/pharmacy, Kmart, Marsh, Martin’s, Meijer, Osco, Target, Walgreens, and many more. You can create as many cards as you need. We encourage you to give cards to friends and family members. This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately! Click Here for more information about this program.

If you live in Hendricks and other counties, most are a member of the National Association of Counties’ Prescription Discount Card Program, For Hendricks county, you can look up participating pharmacies and print a free card at http://www2.caremark.com/naco/ They even have a mail order program and you can check the mail order price list at http://www.caremark.com/portal/asset/RxDirect_PriceList.pdf

NOTE-Again, be very wary of any program or card that requires you to sign up with a credit card or to give them personal or financial information to use the card.

Stretching Your Dollar
Ask your doctor for prescription samples. Sounds silly but the pharmaceutical reps give them tons of samples and not just on new drugs. Depending on the doctor and the availability of the prescription, they may give you a whole month’s supply especially if they know you’re short on cash. Most doctors have a closet full of prescription samples.

Ask your doctor about pill splitting. For example, if you are taking a 10mg drug dosage, you may be able to get a 20mg prescription for a few dollars more than you are currently paying. Then you cut them in half and save quite a bit of money. However, some drugs you can split and some you cannot, so always ask your doctor first before splitting.