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CVS Complaint - Prescriptions - Prescription Purchases

Review by AMCQ on 2009-06-09
DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA -- I have no co-pay on my prescription plan. When the prescription purchase is transacted, double zeroes are shown on the receipt. I would like to know how much my insurance company is being charged.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-07-22
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-09:
Contact your insurance company or pharmacy benefit manager. They can tell you how much was paid to the pharmacy. I believe Rite-Aid prints it out on your receipt. In my opinion ALL pharmacy's should print this information out. It is helpful for those on Medicare Part D plans so they can keep track of their benefits and also helpful for those who have a maximum benefit amount per year. That way they know how much coverage they have remaining.
Posted by 13YEARSINRETAIL on 2009-07-22:
Ask the pharmacist and he may be able to check. Just before the prescription receipt (not register receipt), he can see the insurance info. However, it is the insurance company that decides if that information is printed on the receipt or not, not the pharmacy. Hopes this helps.

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