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Upcoming Webinar: How to Cut Prescription Costs with Mail Order Pharmacy

Register for our webinar, April 30 at 11:00 am CST: How to Cut Prescription Costs with Mail Order Pharmacy

Nearly 3 in 5 American adults take at least one prescription drug, and the cost of medications show no sign of dropping with another 3.8% increase expected in 2020. If that’s not frustrating enough, add time in line to pick up prescriptions, delays from forgetting to request a refill, and the even greater costs for managing a chronic illness. Mail order pharmacies help cut the high costs of prescriptions with the added convenience of online ordering and home delivery.

“It’s all about convenience. You don’t have to leave home or wait in long lines. Plus, it’s easy to get all your medication refilled and shipped at one time and is usually more affordable,” says Mohamed Jalloh, a pharmacist and the official spokesman for the American Pharmacists Association.

New Benefits recently added a mail order option to our retail pharmacy benefit, giving members an additional resource to save big on prescriptions. Mail order pharmacy is ideal for patients who have gout, diabetes, arthritis, or other diseases requiring long-term maintenance medications. With an auto-refill service, medication reminders, and free standard shipping, mail order pharmacy helps members conveniently manage their health at a more affordable rate.

To celebrate New Benefits’ efforts to double down on prescription savings opportunities, we’re hosting a webinar with our mail order pharmacy vendor, Rx Valet. Join Amanda Franklin, New Benefits EVP Operations, and Greg Santulli, CEO and Co-Founder of Rx Valet, on April 30 at 11:00 am Central Time for our webinar: How to Cut Prescription Costs with Mail Order Pharmacy. You’ll learn how our mail order solution provides prescription discounts, when it’s best to use the service, and how simple it is for members to order and save.

DISCLOSURES

This discount card program is NOT insurance, not intended to replace insurance, and does not meet the minimum creditable coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act or Massachusetts M.G.L. c. 111M and 956 CRM 5.00. It contains a 30-day cancellation period, provides discounts only at the offices of contracted health care providers, and each member is obligated to pay the discounted medical charges in full at the point of service. For a complete list of disclosures, please click here. | Limitations, Exclusions and Exceptions | Discount Plan Organization: New Benefits, Ltd., Attn: Compliance Department, PO Box 803475, Dallas, TX 75380-3475.

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