Another example of savings for a patient with “good” health insurance. A 90 day supply of a common BP medicine. $15 copay paid to pharmacy by the patient. Then his insurance pays $63. Cannon Family Practice provided the same medication for 90 days for $5.46 total. A 64% discount for the patient, and overall savings of 93%.
Check out Table Talk on BLTV Channel 6 this upcoming week when we talk about the benefits of Direct Primary Care with Cannon Family Practice, and learn a bit about Lyme disease. Thank you to Ben Lomand Connect for the opportunity!
Researchers at Stanford are battling tumors in a new clinical trial using the body’s own immune system to seek and destroy cancer cells;and it seems to be working. Source: Medical Economics
Spring allergies affect nearly 50 million people each year; you may reduce or eliminate your symptoms using natural remedies without the negative side effects of over-the-counter decongestants and antihistamines. Source: Mercola.com