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Medicines are not covered unless they are related to a medical incident. Don't let this discourage you as there are some great 'tricks' to reduce your medicine bills. Take a look at the "Medicine Money Savings Tips' below.

Also we compared a lot of the discount cards out there (whether they were free or not) and CHM's discount card was actually one of the best!

Take a look at these 'Medicine Money Saving Tips' we used to reduce our medicine bill:

  • Use your CHM's discount card

  • Take advantage of the free Telemedicine option from CHM

  • Ask the doctor to prescribe a 90 day supply, you save money this way!

  • Ask the doctor to prescribe 'generic' medicine when available

  • Use the money you save on 'premium' in a savings account to pay for medication

  • Use he app "GoodRx" which let your compare prescription medication prices from Publix, Wal-Mart, CVS, Walgreens etc. and give you great discount oupons. You can also compare prices between all providers.

  • Check out the medicine's manufacturers website; often they offer coupons and offer low cost programs if you don't have insurance (CHM is not insurance)

  • Online pharmacies have discounted prices, especially for 90 day supplies. Just Google the name of your medication, you might be surprised at the pricing you find!

"My wife is taking two different medications (one for seizures) and because we are self-pay we are only paying a fraction of the actual price. Our total for both medicines is around $75.00 for a 3 month supply!  I believe I used to pay more with commercial insurance!"

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