Free Cost-Comparison Engine Helps U.S. Citizens Save Thousands Off Retail Drug Prices
The Affordable Care Act soon will prove to be anything but that for many U.S. citizens who need costly prescription drugs. Fortunately, eDrugSearch.com helps them to conduct online pharmacy reviews and find the best deals in the U.S. and Canada for prescription drugs.
The site is the leading resource for U.S. citizens to save on average 87 percent on prescription drug costs with safe access to affordable medications. The federal government allows people to purchase up to a 90-day supply of prescription drugs from pharmacies in Canada and have them delivered to their homes at an average savings of 87 percent over cost of the same drugs from U.S. pharmacies.
Saving money on prescription drugs will become a critical component of health care in the United States, particularly with the federal health care law likely increasing costs for millions of U.S. Citizens. The federal health care law imposes some limitations on how prescription drug coverage is handled by health insurance policies. Although the law lists prescription drugs among the 10 essential benefits that must be provided by health insurance policies, that does not mean the drugs will be affordable.
In fact, the law allows health insurance policies to limit the types of drugs that can be purchased and where they can be purchased. That means if a doctor prescribes a drug, the health insurance plan could require that something slightly different be used or could charge a large deductible to obtain the prescribed medication. The law specifically requires policies to provide coverage for “at least one” prescription medication listed in the U.S. Pharmacopeia, which is an official list of government-approved medications.
If a doctor prescribes a medication that an insurance policy does not cover, the policyholder must either request another prescription or pay the entire cost, which could be thousands of dollars each year. And even if the prescription is covered, the health insurance policy might have a steep deductible that could cost thousands of dollars per year for needed medication.
But it is possible to save a lot of money on the cost of a 90-day supply of prescription drugs when purchased from reputable pharmacies in Canada. And eDrugSearch.com enables U.S. consumers to conduct Canadian pharmacy reviews to find the most affordable sources for the medications their doctors prescribe.
The site enables people to compare medication costs between U.S. and Canadian sources and determine which pharmacies have the best prices on the drugs they need. Then they can order up to 90 days worth of the prescription drugs each time and save a lot when using eDrugSearch.com.
Based in San Antonio, eDrugSearch.com is a free shopping comparison engine for U.S. consumers seeking safe access to affordable medications from licensed Canadian and other international pharmacies. eDrugSearch.com president and founder Cary Byrd is an impassioned advocate for reform of U.S. prescription-drug law. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at www.eDrugSearch.com or its blog at www.edrugsearch.com/edsblog.
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