By: Revanche

Prescriptions by mail

June 18, 2008

After making sure that I’d asked for refills on everything I needed, and asked for a new note for my fibro treatments on Monday, I thought I was set for at least two or three months.

Turns out I forgot one. Dangit! I like the pharmacy that’s attached to my medical building, but it’s a good 20 miles away and I really don’t want to make another drive out there solely to pick up one medication.

Experimentally, I logged onto the Kaiser website to test their pharmacy order option and found that they have a mail delivery option. Huzzah! I don’t like that they won’t show me the price before I order because there’s no mention of shipping charges, but I can cancel the order if I decide that the emailed price is too high for shipping costs. Likely, they just won’t show a price because they have to check for the copay when they fill the RX.

Note: I wrote this last Friday before all the hullaballoo. A week later, I have only been charged my copay, and I have a three month supply of medication without having to spend another $5-7 on gas. This is wonderful!

2 Responses to “Prescriptions by mail”

  1. SavingDiva says:

    I get all of my prescriptions (I only have one–b/c…some times I get Allegra-D) through mail order. I order a 90-day supply, but only have to pay 2 months of co-pay. It saves about $56/year…plus the hassle of picking my prescriptions up at the pharmacy.

  2. Revanche says:

    savingdiva: I keep thinking, now why didn’t I know about this??

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