The cost of medication is a big part of your health insurance bill.
It’s not uncommon for some people to pay more than the doctor or pharmacy charge.
You may be able to save on the cost of your prescription medications, but it’s up to you.
You can check the cost per pill at a pharmacy benefit manager.
You can also look up how much it costs to refill a prescription at the manufacturer’s website.
You’ll also want to pay attention to the amount of time it takes to refill your prescription.
To find out how much time it’s taking to refill, look up the cost.
If you are using your medication to treat a chronic condition, such as asthma, you may be paying for more time than prescribed.
This can mean the difference between saving money on a prescription and not having to pay for it.
To find out what’s charged, look for the word ‘premium’ next to the price of your medication.
If it’s listed as a prescription drug, you’ll need to pay the difference.
The cost can vary depending on your drug and the type of medication you’re taking.
For example, if you have a generic drug for a specific condition, you might pay less than the manufacturer charges for the same medication.
For more information about health insurance, see the list of employers with health insurance.