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Posted: Thu,22 Aug 2019 03:46:22 GMT
Bernard J. Wolfson
Americans routinely skirt federal law by crossing into Canada and Mexico or tapping online pharmacies abroad to purchase prescription medications at a fraction of the price they would pay at home. Is it safe? Not necessarily. Here’s some advice.
Posted: Mon,15 Jul 2019 03:46:54 GMT
Bernard J. Wolfson - Kaiser Health News
Have you ever stepped up to the pharmacy cash register only to learn your new prescription will cost you hundreds of dollars — instead of your typical $25 copay — because your insurance doesn’t cover it? Or received a painfully high bill for a medical test because your health plan didn’t thi...
Posted: Wed,10 Jul 2019 02:05:51 GMT
Sarah Varney - Kaiser Health News
Insulin is a vital drug that some 7.4 million Americans must take daily to manage their diabetes. But its price nearly doubled from 2012 to 2016, leaving some patients with no choice but to turn to black-market drugs or traveling to Canada, where insulin can be 90% cheaper. Watch Video: https://you...
Posted: Wed,19 Jun 2019 01:40:28 GMT
Dan Weissmann - Kaiser Health News
An MRI is one of those standard tests that doctors order routinely. But the price you’ll pay can be unpredictable.
Posted: Mon,10 Jun 2019 02:47:43 GMT
Phil Galewitz - Kaiser Health News
As health costs continue to grow, straining employer budgets and slowing wage growth, others in the business community are beginning to take the option more seriously.