Quote Originally Posted by Adamjamma View Post
Well, I miss the coupons every week in the mailbox and the ability to leave my mail in my mailbox instead of searching for a post box where I can park near it to send mail... but... I don’t miss the 50 buck co pay to see the doctor or the two hundred bucks a month for the inhaler needed due to asbestos in a sub thirty five years ago..lol... here it costs me 7.57...
Copay's and drugs are all over the place here price wise - all depends on what insurance you are paying for. If you want to spend less on insurance you usually end up paying more out of pocket before insurance kicks in, is kind of the bottom line. This can be good if you are in great health and don't expect to need much medical care though. If you know you are going to have somewhat regular health care bills, then you get a plan with lower deductibles, lower copays, etc. but you will have higher insurance, as they are taking that higher payment and paying the remainder of what is left after you paid your low copay, and lower deductible. Good thing is it is easier for some to manage a known monthly payment than it is to suddenly have a high medical bill here and there.