Patients Infection / Inflammation / Immune system
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Posted on 7/11/18 12:02 AM
I am not sure if everyone is aware of this; but with Lupus and a few other autoimmune diseases - you are covered under the American Disability Act; which means your employer has to make "reasonable" accommodations for you". Things like ensuring you have time to get up and walk around or move your desk or what ever you closer to the restrooms, allowing you to work from home when you have a flair. It depends on your employer's definition of reasonable. If your boss gives you a hard time, contact your HR specialist.
Another thing that might be helpful to those of us that may not have insurance or our prescriptions are still costly with insurance.
I hope it is ok - I'm advocating for this company or anything - just info. We probably have all seen the commercials about "GoodRX" Well I have discover "blinkhealth.com". Most of the time using this link/system what ever you call - is less expensive than GoodRX. You kind of have to navigate the system to figure it out a little; it's not hard. You actually pay Blink and they pay your pharmacy and there is a way to look up participating. I try to copy and past a sample. If I have completely confused you - let me know.
Beginning of the discussion - 7/11/18Info You May Not Know - Prescription Prices https://www.carenity.us/forum/infection-inflammation-immune-system/living-with-infection-inflammation-immune-syst/info-that-we-not-know-277
Posted on 7/11/18 12:04 AM
Of course my English isn't GOOD!!!! Things we might not know!
Posted on 7/11/18 8:05 AM
Thank you for the recommendation @GLENDA
Posted on 7/11/18 8:22 AM
Thank you @GLENDA; what has been your success with this?
Posted on 7/11/18 2:03 PM
Good morning, so I don't have insurance but with blink I've paid $15.49 for plaquenil @ 30 - 200mgs. I've paid $3.61 for gabapentin @ 180 - 300mgs. It has cut my prescriptionprescription cost at least in half