We previously wrote about how to save on the cost of prescriptions, but that post was just about money. For many, the time it takes to visit a pharmacy for refills every month can be a huge waste of time.

For reasons known only to them, insurance companies will only pay for 30 pills at a time at local pharmacies and 90 pills by mail order. Those who are on long term medications that don’t change often — thyroid, blood pressure and cholesterol come to mind — paying cash for a year’s worth of medication can save enough time to make it a worthwhile strategy. And if you have more than one home we often prescribe enough to stock each place, eliminating the hassle of refilling a forgotten prescription. Contact us to learn more about ordering a year’s supply of your long term prescription.


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