The healthcare debate in D.C. has many worried about medical costs. But a Plano-based company wants to help you harness the power of people to deliver a better deal on drugs. A free program claims to cut the cost of anything that is prescribed. It's called Refillwise. The prescription drug discount card company is ready to save customers up to 80%. Yes, it's free. The pharmacies are willing to lower their prices! Here's why. Think of Refillwise as a volume discount. It has one million members and it's accepted at every major pharmacy in the country. It's a way to keep customers coming back for all of those other staples they sell, by keeping drug costs down. If they lose you because the price is too high you're probably not going to come back. So pharmacies drop drug prices for card holders. They even pay back a small amount to Refillwise. That's money which gets turned into free rewards for members. Even if you have insurance, Refillwise may get you a better price. Just bring both your cards to the pharmacist and ask for a price with insurance and with the card and pick whichever one is cheaper. It's especially useful if you have a high deductible. Refillwise works on any prescribable item, Including nebulizers and crutches. There are a few ways to get a card. You can text "join" to 22822 and have one sent electronically. or sign up on the company's website.