PRESCRIPTION COSTS

by SHEILA GOSLIN
(WHITE CITY, OREGON)

WHY CAN I PAY LESS FOR A PRESCRIPTION IF I DO NOT HAVE THE PHARMACY BILL IT THROUGH MY INSURANCE. IF THEY BILL THE RX THROUGH INSURANCE THEN THEY CHARGE $68 FOR IT BUT IF I JUST PAY FOR IT WITHOUT GOING THROUGH THE INSURANCE IT'S $24.00


Answer: I can't speak for the pharmacy you are using. I would recommend asking the pharmacist where you are getting the prescription filled why this is the case. I have not heard of this type of situation before. Good luck to you.

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