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Old 11-22-2021, 10:26 AM   #29
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Thanks. My post was sarcasm.

There really should be a ‘sarcasm’ emoji… I could flag about half my posts with one.
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Old 11-27-2021, 06:14 PM   #30
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United Healthcare is offering a new "patriot" heath plan for 2022. For vet's who use VA healthcare. Could be worth a look for some of us. I signed up, but, I get all my VA med's free of charge. United put's $50 per month back onto my SSA check!
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Old 12-16-2021, 09:24 PM   #31
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Express Scripts - Don't Bother - Not Cost Effective

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Used to be no co-pay, then $6, then $10 per Rx filled.

Convenient but getting pricey…like everything.
Express Scripts co-pays be they $10 or $12 per Rx are High and NOT COST effective compared to Retail establishments such as Walgreens for instance. I can get 90 day Rx's for Generics from Walgreens using Tri-Care For Life in about 95% of cases at a co-pay Cost FAR FAR CHEAPER than Express Scripts. Check it out! Tried notifying Express Scripts about their being non-competitive - well you know where that went! Guess I'll just keep my mouth shut and happily use Walgreens for my Rx's and go pick them up at ANY local Walgreens (their all linked to same Rx system and can transfer/fill Rx at any Walgreens) versus getting em mailed to me by Express Scripts. One way to save money on meds.....!

I chucked Express Scripts except where ES required a specific Name Brand Rx to be ordered through them OR they'd Not Cover the med. Go figure
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Old 12-29-2021, 09:15 AM   #32
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2022 cola

Got my direct deposits from VA and army fin today. Up exactly 5.9%
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Yeah...My wife said "you got a raise!"
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Yeah...My wife said "you got a raise!"
Unfortunately everyone else got a bigger one.
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Old 01-13-2022, 11:35 PM   #36
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VA Healthcare has been VERY Good to me!!!

Live in Small Town with a VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic in next town. VA Doctor is like an old home town doc
VA Hospital is 42 miles away so most care beyond routine is done via outside hospitals/specialists/surgeons

VA Healthcare has been very good to me.........
Me as well! I can not complain about VA health care. If you are a Vet and need help with increasing your disability percentage give me a shout. Absolutely free advice!
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Doesn't even touch the inflation we're seeing.
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