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Why a patient paid a $285 copay for a $40 drug

19 Aug 2018

As open enrollment approaches, and once again you see your premiums and deductibles going up, we are committed to helping you better understand how to shop for healthcare. A key element in that process is understanding that frequently the cash price for your care or prescription drugs is significantly lower than if you use your insurance. Here is one more study helping you understand why.

Read more: Why a patient paid a $285 copay for a $40 drug (PBS News Hour)

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Why a patient paid a $285 copay for a $40 drugwww.rokketmed.com23 Aug 2018

As open enrollment approaches, and once again you see your premiums and deductibles going up, we are committed to helping you better understand how to shop for healthcare. A key element in that process is understanding that frequently the cash price for your care or prescription drugs is significantly lower than if you use your insurance. Here is one more study helping you understand why.

Read more: Why a patient paid a $285 copay for a $40 drug (PBS News Hour)

Why a patient paid a $285 copay for a $40 drug