WHO’S EXCITED FOR CELEBREX AND NEXIUM TO GO GENERIC
I heard this girl at school who was like 4’11 say “I need a man who’s at least 6 feet” I just turned around and stared at her for a long time.
Betch you’re hobbit sized.
how will they kiss
When I first started as a pharmacy tech (just last year… Christ I feel like I’ve been in this job for ages), I got in trouble the first couple months with the store manager because I “voided” too many transactions. Some of these were cases where there was no insurance and I was just new and frazzled and didn’t notice. But the majority of the time, it was because I was living in a world where I thought people took control of their own healthcare and their own insurance policies.
It never ceases to amaze me how little responsibility people take for their prescription insurance. If you have insurance, would you REALLY go to a doctor’s office and not bring your card with you? My parents have made me carry my insurance card with me everywhere since I was a teenager. I’m still on my parents’ plan so I won’t pretend I know all that much about it, whether there’s a deductible, etc etc. But that’s because: I don’t go to the doctor! And I get zero medications on a regular basis! If you’re someone that clearly comes to the pharmacy at least every couple months, you should be a little more informed.
So, since the manager scolding me about all the transaction voiding, I’ve taken to my own “$50 rule.” If it’s more than $50, I speak up. “Do you know about the co-pay?” It’s not foolproof, some people will still balk at things above $20. And then other people won’t even bat an eyelash because yes, they know, and yes, they pay it every month. But I’d say it’s about a 60/40 split on people who know and people who had no idea. It’s one thing to get a person who doesn’t understand that WE don’t set the prices, but this lady today amazed me with her question after I asked her if she knew about her Restasis being $250 through insurance (she didn’t) and whether she had a deductible (she claimed no): “Don’t you call the insurance when you see a price like that? You’re gonna make ME do it?”
How do you even answer that question correctly while maintaining good customer service? I mean… the answer is yes. The answer is this price is probably correct. The answer is you haven’t gotten this medication since last March. The answer is we have so many more important things to do in a pharmacy than call on every high dollar price and ask “Durrrr, is this right?” when it probably is.
Look, I’m not on the side of insurance companies. For all the good they do, they do just as much bad. And I don’t mean to come off callous when I just shrug my shoulders about your high price prescription, but I’m not your insurance company, I didn’t make this price, hell, I don’t even know WHY it’s that price. We don’t have that info. We’re just their pawns. In short: don’t blame the messenger
When Your Elementary School Teacher Gets An STD Drug Filled And Your Entire Childhood Is Ruined
My 3rd grade teacher’s husband came in and got his Viagra script filled. I CRIED.
So, Ezra had a freaking LAIR in another town………. for a book????
he had a creepy stalking system…. for a bookK????
He was sitting in his car watching his cameras when Aria was asleep dressed all in black… for a book???
He had cameras watching his apartment … for a book?
I don’t believe you