"Mail-order prescriptions can save time and money"
"Increasing numbers of health-care consumers are turning to mail-order prescriptions to save time and money. In most cases, a prescription is sent to the mail-order pharmacy or phoned in by the physician. The patients receive three to six months of medicine at a time, but they only make one copayment. Depending on the program, the payment usually is less than what consumers would pay for individual purchases over an extended time period."
Prescription drugs, Health care, Economics