Why is There a New Co-Pay on Prescriptions?

I have had no co-pay for my prescription for over two years. All of a sudden, and without any prior notification I was forced to come up with $9.00 in co-pay, and I did not bring any money with me. I had to return home and get the money. I would like 3 questions answered:

1 Why wasn’t I given any notification for the very high price?
2. Why was the price raised so high after being free for over two years?
3. How much more will it be raised next year and in subsequent years?

Leave a comment

We'll never share your email with anyone else.

1 2 3 4 5

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

I’m sorry, thats BS. Something else is going on. I am have also not paid co-pays for over two years (during Trump administration). As soon as Biden took office and signed all his executive orders, ALL my prescriptions – every one of them all different tiers and different prescriptions started back charging copays.
Before you start saying it was my insurance – it was not, they don’t change until June, I know, I’m the administer of my company’s insurance programs.
Before you start saying my pharmacy is no longer a pharmacy of choice – i checked that too, they are still a pharmacy of choice.
And before you start asking about my deductible – my insurance does not and never has used prescription medication copay towards deductible – I checked again.
When I asked the pharmacy, they said that everyone’s been asking.
Funny, you can’t find anything being reported on this – don’t you love the new America.

ObamaCareFacts is a free informational site. It's privately owned, and is not owned, operated, or endorsed by the US federal government or state governments. Our contributors have over a decade of experience writing about health insurance. However, we do not offer professional official legal, tax, or medical advice. See: Legal Information and Cookie Policy. For more on our company, learn About ObamaCareFacts.com or Contact us.