Americans may be overpaying for as much as one in every 10 prescriptions

According to a New York Times/ProPublica report, it found Americans may be overpaying for as much as one in every 10 prescriptions by using their insurance instead of seeking out an alternate source and paying cash. The report cites Michael Rea, chief executive of Rx Savings Solutions saying: “There aren’t any national statistics to indicate just how often this becomes a problem…” Read article here…

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