Jessica was paying almost $50 a week while managing her ADHD with a generic prescription. Frustrated at the rate this was depleting her Health Savings Account, she turned to MedSavvy for a consultation.
After discussing her needs with a certified MedSavvy pharmacist, Jessica realized she had other options. She learned original extended-release medication wasn’t always necessary – like on weekends, or slower workdays. By switching to another generic Jessica saved almost $1,500 in the process.
Prescriptions can be expensive, and it can be hard to understand the best options available to you. On a newly launched blog, MedSavvy founder and pharmacist Dr. Sean Karbowicz shares videos on how people can take control of their medication choices, offering advice on how to spend less.
Additionally, employers can find valuable information on how to help their employees find quality, cost accessible alternatives that will help their health and work within their budget.
“We are hoping to help people avoid not taking their medication because of the cost,” said Dr. Karbowicz.
Learn more on MedSavvy’s new blog.
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