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We had the biggest scare of our lives a few years ago. Our youngest son had a horrible allergic reaction to something (we've since narrowed it down). Knowing that it would take the Ambulance longer to get to our home & to the hospital I rushed him myself. Glad I did, because no sooner than we got into the waiting room, that he started to go into anaphylactic shock.
We've since found out that he's allergic to kiwi fruit. Which totally sucks for him because him and I both love it! The whole ordeal made me so much more aware of what medications we need and have to have in our home at any given time. He now has to have an epipen at school and I carry one in my purse when we go places. He fights me about carrying one with him when he's out and about, and will leave it behind now. However, we have one for when/if he ever needs one again.
Even though we have awesome insurance, there are still things they don't cover that we have to pay out of pocket for. That's where having a prescription savings plan comes in handy, specially for prescription refills. When you have a script that needs to be filled over and over and it's already expensive the first time, having a plan that gives us the security. Not only for our sons medications, but with all of my ailments that are not appearing, having insurance and a savings plan for upcoming medications I could possibly need is super important.
Stress Less about Prescription ReFills With ScriptSave WellRx
When I was approached by ScriptSave® WellRx to work with them on this post, I have only heard about previous prescription saving plans and had always been kinda iffy on them. You know, the “too good to be true” concept. Until I had to use the program to get prescription refills for my son so he had them when he was going on his summer trip to FL to spend a few weeks with his bio-dad.
I always thought that having prescription saving plan meant you were either underinsured or uninsured. But that's far from the truth. There are so many advantages to having an savings plan, especially for prescription refills on medications like insulin, allergies, arthritis medications, Lupus medications and more.
Take My son's Allergy medications for instance.
On the right is Singular, name brand and for 30 tablets, it's lowest price is $228.74. While Montelukast for 30 tablets is only $6.39. Thank goodness we have insurance, but we still are able to use the discount savings card to get a lower copay on the prescription refills.
Check out the benefits:
- Not just for uninsured, it can be used if people have insurance but have high deductibles or copays. The savings alone on a lot of everyday prescribed medications is just awesome! This tool is available in the app and on the website (and influencers should stress the free availability of the tool online – i.e. without the need to get the app). It is designed to allow patients with prescription medications to look for discounted prices at their regular retail pharmacies AND to set-up free alerts when prices drop. Users can customize their own parameters for each medication, and when a price-drop alert is triggered the user is notified by email.
- Prescription reminders and alerts (for taking meds on time AND for refilling meds at the pharmacy AND the alerts that highlight dangerous medication interactions, as well as price-drop alerts) are available to everyone – even those who may still be filling all their meds through insurance. This feature is only available in the latest version of the ScriptSave WellRx mobile app and designed to help patients and
caregivers promote adherence to their prescription regimen.
- Personalized Wellness & Grocery Guidance is a pioneering tool that allows any grocery shopper to consult with a virtual nutritionist for free, that can be stored in your pocket/purse and carried down every grocery aisle. This module is only available in the latest version of the ScriptSave WellRx mobile app and is designed to help families align their grocery shopping habits to their personal health conditions and wellness goals.
Remember though, the ScriptSave WellRx program is NOT insurance. The prescription savings element of the platform is a free savings program for anyone who decide to pay cash for their prescription meds. However, it CAN be used instead of insurance by any patients who wants to use us.
You can download the app on Google Play or Apple Store.
Sign up in app and get started with savings using invite code “Anna”. It's super easy to get started and even easier to use.
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