“The medication cost was too high. My coach helped me fix that.”

Last Updated January 11, 2021

After being released from the hospital, Wayne was prescribed medication for his condition. The problem was that the medication had a co-pay of $120, too much for Wayne and his wife to pay on their fixed income. Wayne’s transitions coach advised him to contact his doctor and request medication with a lower co-pay. Wayne and his wife were surprised to learn that this was an option. They called the doctor who prescribed Wayne a different medication with a co-pay of only $20. When the transitions coach called back to see how Wayne was doing, his wife informed the coach that he had recovered so much he had been able to return to work.

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