As of 2012, my husband’s company is switching from Personal Choice to a high deductible insurance plan ($3,000) coupled with a health savings account. This page is a collection of tips and notes on how to work with this type of plan which will be the norm for a lot of small businesses. If you have no insurance, you may find these tips helpful, too.
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Health Savings Account –
Prescriptions – monthly supply
- CVS – Health Savings Pass $15 per year – Enrollment
- Pay only $11.99 for a 90-day supply of over 400 generic prescriptions.
- 10% off at MinuteClinic on any regular priced health service or screening* (Minute Clinic services run $79 to $89 per exam as of 12/2011)
- Save 10% off on your annual flu shot
- Save $10 on 50 count TRUEtest strips (limit 2 per month)
- Target’s $4 Generic List
- Walmart’s $4 Generic List
Prescriptions – one time usage
- CVS Minute Clinic $79 to $89 per exam – Locations
- Target Clinic $59 to $89 per exam – Clinics are currently located in Florida, Illinois, Maryland and Minnesota
- Take Care Clinic at Walgreens – starting at $79 – Cost Menu
- The Clinic at Walmart – Locations