In our case - due to the type of drug coverage we have. If a prescript
ion is written and filled for one month we have our standard co-pay. If it is written for 90 days with 3 refills and we use the mail order basis we get the 3 months for the cost of one month's co-pay. We get 2 months of meds free that way so we obviously do that for any meds that can be dispensed that way.
There are some that can only be written and filled for a 30 day basis and this cannot apply.
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