How My Healthcare Knowledge Helped My Family

I work for a company called Trig. Our goal is to increase benefits and healthcare literacy. It’s that simple. Fortunately, I am one of those people who seldom go to the doctor (knock on wood, throw salt over my shoulder, etc.). Therefore, this knowledge has personally, rarely been needed (thank goodness!), however, I can pass this information on to those I care about and our hope is that Trig users do the same.

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Cheap Medication – How To Get It (And Have a Better Outcome)

Do you feel like you have access to cheap medication? Let’s talk about medications and prescriptions. A lot of people need prescriptions pretty regularly. I mean a serious amount. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) estimates that about 50% of Americans have used a medication in the past 30 days alone. That’s a seriously significant chunk of people that visit the pharmacy. So let’s think about how many of us shop around for our prescriptions. I’m going to guess a very very slim margin are going to give any thought to price. Certainly not before filling the prescription at the pharmacy.

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