Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Blink Health for Prescription Medications

Piper and I are finally feeling better after being sick for a couple weeks. We didn't need to take any prescription medicine to get well and for that I'm glad.

Even though we didn't need to take prescription medicine this time, I believe it's always good to be prepared and well informed for when the time does come. That's where Blink Health comes in to save the day! What's Blink Health? They are the first company that allows patients to pay for their medication online and pick them up at their local pharmacy!

If you're wondering what good that could do for you, then think again. You'll want to use Blink Health's free service when their prices for medication are lower than your insurance copay; when your prescription is not covered by your plan; when you haven't yet hit your deductible and/or when you don't have any prescription drug coverage. Blink Health will help you save time and money!

According to Blink Health, people who purchase their medications through their free service are saving more than 80% on their medications. As a stay at home mom, I like to find savings where ever I can, and with Blink, 40% of their medications are less than $5! The best part is that Blink's price is the same at every pharmacy so there's no need to go searching around on your own to find the better price; just pay for the medication on Blink's website, instead.

Also, the people from Blink Health are just really great people. Blink Heath sent me some useful information as to what foods to avoid when taking certain prescription medication and I was so happy to receive their advice.

For instance, did you know that you should stay away from milk while on an antibiotics because milk can actually stop your medicine's ability to help fight infection?

Here are a few other tips from Blink Health:




I know I'll be coming back to reference this list the next time that I'm put on a new medication. I hope you will find it useful, too!

Want to see if your medication is offered for Blink Health's free service? Check the medication list, here: Blink Health Medications.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned.

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