Access the medications you’ve been prescribed with one of our many card-based prescription savings programs.
With thousands of card programs to date, we’ve helped millions of Canadians access the medications prescribed by their physicians with our pharmaceutical manufacturer-funded programs.
From single-use samples to help get you started on a new medication to multi-use benefit programs, we enable you to start – and stay on – more than 200 medications across a variety of therapeutic areas through financial assistance.
Talk to your healthcare professional to learn about programs that may help you.
Save on more than 100 brand-name medications, all on a single card
InnoviCares is a free card that helps you save money on select brand-name prescription medications and healthcare products. Funded by participating pharmaceutical manufacturers, meaning there is no cost to you, your employer, or your existing insurance plan (if you have one). Use it on its own or with another drug plan to start saving today.
Over 1.5 million Canadians already trust innoviCares to support their access and choice to the medications they’ve been prescribed.
Receive exclusive offers on healthcare products and services with innoviCares
From optical products to counselling services, innoviCares members receive exclusive offers on products and services that support positive health outcomes.
Access tools to help you manage your healthcare
Log into your unique innoviCares profile at any time to set refill reminders, view your savings, or manage your medications and healthcare products.
Protection of Patient Privacy
STI respects privacy concerns and takes the protection of information very seriously. STI has a privacy officer and governance policies in place that evaluate and ensure that STI complies with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), all Canadian federal privacy laws, for example, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and all provincial privacy laws, for example, the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) in Ontario and “An Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector” in Québec.