Thursday, October 31, 2013

Saving on Prescription Drugs

If there is a co-pay with the prescription, unless the matter is explicitly raised with the pharmacist, the pharmacist will always charge the co-pay even when the co-pay is greater than the actual cost of the medicine. But, if you ask the pharmacist what the medicine cost, and it costs less than the co-pay (which happens more often than one thinks), you then choose to pay for the medicine out-of-pocket instead of through your insurance and it will cost you less.

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