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In a Saturday blog post, Julie Deardorff of the Chicago Tribune published six money-saving drug tips from Stefanie Ferreri and Jena Ivey, pharmacists and assistant professors at the University of North Carolina. It’s nothing you haven’t read here before, but I’m a firm believer in education through repetition and reinforcement. The tips — 1. Eliminate medicines you don’t need or that don’t work. 2. Don’t be shy about asking for cheaper options. 3. Shop around. 4. Time it right (i.e., buy more pills at once to lower the cost per dose). 5. Don’t “ask your doctor” for advertised drugs and skip the samples. 6. Literally cut costs (i.e., cut pills in two if the pill can be safely split). We…
Does this video creep you out as much as it does me? If nothing else, it wins the “worst use of stock footage” award. I kind of doubt that executives in business suits are the ones worried most about the high cost of their prescriptions. And check out the slow-mo keyboard massage going on at the end of this. I have no idea what this Web site is up to — but it doesn’t exactly scream credibility.