Options for medication delivery?

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What are options for having medication delivered to the home? Medicare/Medicaid. Prescriptions filled at Walmart.

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You need to find which pharmacy can deliver then ask the doctor to re write all scripts. You may be in for sticker shock. Otherwise look for an online site which may even cost less. Those sites will be listed in your insurance plan . Just remember to keep inventory and allow for at least a week till delivery
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Do u mean mailorder? Some prescription coverage require this if its a maintance medication. The reason is because it is cheaper. You get a 90 days at a much cheaper amount. Usually, u have to use mailorder after receiving the same perscription after 3x from a pharmacy. In NJ if receiving Medicaid or PAD, Walgreens is one of the Pharmacies the state allows to fill these 90 day orders. If on Mediaid, you should have a booklet outlining what I have said and a list of pharmacies you can use.
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CVS used to deliver. Maybe call them. We use Exactcare and it’s “ok”. There’s also PillPack. Your timing has to be right if you want monthly delivery with every pill included in each pack. All pills need to be refilled at the same time or you will get multiple deliveries of s few pills per pack.
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