Friday, July 30, 2010

Financial Hemorrhage

"Hi, I need to renew a prescription ..."

-words repeated much too frequently
-the primary cause of the hemorrhaging of money
-why my pharmacists are on speed dial

6 comments:

Sara Williams said...

Gosh, I am so lucky I live in Wales. All of my prescriptions are free.

BaldyLocks said...

Most of my prescriptions are free but there are enough that I have to pay for that add up. It ends up being several hundred a month.

Elizabeth said...

I use CVS's online prescription refill system, which is convenient, but it gives me a running total of how much I've spent on prescription copays. It's a little depressing.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sara. Ain't no such thing as a free lunch/ Somebody pays for your prescriptions. Lafitte

BaldyLocks said...

I'm not sure where you're from anonymous, but our health care systems are funded by taxes that we all pay.

Anonymous said...

My point exactly, Baldylocks. You pay for your prescriptions in one form or another. It is silly to say " my prescriptions are free". Just saying. I do enjoy your blog, by the way. lafitte.