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WE just switched insurance plans and prescription coverage. However this new coverage is not so great. Will's concerta-generic cost me 4 dollars on my old plan, and is now costing 40! I can handle this, but I am concerned about his inhaler which used to cost me 30, and my blood thinners. Has anyone tried additional prescription coverage? How does it work, could it save money in the long run?
Also we are covered through express scripts, and I want to know what supplemental insurance policies are out there. THanks!
Thank you *Kiliki* for once again doing such amazing work on a siggie
I can do all things through Christ which Strengtheneth me. (Phil 4:13)
I was wondering the same thing. My 3 oldest kids are on Concerta but not generic cause the generic wore off with one of my kids in 6 hours so all 3 are on concerta brand which would cost 97 a month each kid but with coverage its 11.35. I'm concerned that eventually my coverage will run out.
Mom to Arielle13,Tyler 10.5, Dylan 8.5 and Autumn Rayne 21mths and Step dd Nevaeh 3
Our pediatritian told me that the generic concerta does not work the same as the Real stuff... He noted that we should not use generic on the prescription and my insurance covered it no problem and my cost is the same is the generic. I'm in Canada though, so things are a bit different. I hope you find something to help out. I have heard good things about Flexcare