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I was recently told by my insurance company that we are eligible for mail order, and that it would save us craptons of money. So we are looking into it.
I use Kaiser too, and they have always gotten my meds to me. I order as soon as I can, and I know that if they screw up I can go to the regular pharmacy the next day. Ordering my trileptal is something I just remembered to do, too!The only reason I do use them is I'm with Kaiser and they've (finally) put me back onto brand rather than generic. And if they screw up or are late I'm only 9 miles from the facility, so it's really worked well. I don't know if I'd use mail order otherwise.
If you have an NHS equivalent, why do people still pay $2,200 for healthcare? I thought I heard a while ago that they were going to introduce free healthcare in America but there was an outcry about it. I know we're not supposed to talk about politics but could you explain that to me because that one confuses the hell of me.As an American it's not always easy. My neighbor pays over $2,200.00 a month for health insurance for him his wife and 1 child and that's one of the cheaper plans. Like the NHS we too have free health and medical, low income housing (if you can find any) food stamps etc. But medical costs are outrageous here.
I don't use online pharmacies either but some people are forced to use them though because that's all their insurance will cover.