It’s the pharmacy equivalent of an ice cream sundae, but the Sunshine Pharmacy Empower pharmacy has been offering a free prescription refill for about a month.
The Empower is a one-stop shop for all things prescription, including painkillers and vitamins.
You can order online, at your regular pharmacy, or at Empower.
A doctor’s prescription can cost as much as $150, but for those with medical conditions or high income, that can make it tough to make ends meet.
For some, that means that they’re paying $50 for a prescription from Empower or $100 for a one time refill.
For others, it means that the price is just a few cents higher than the doctor’s recommended price.
But for people who need a lot of medication for serious conditions, it’s a big savings, said Stephanie Eichler, Empower’s vice president of pharmacy sales.
The pharmacy is not only offering a one hour refill at the pharmacy, but also a full day of pharmacy discounts.
That includes the cost of the day’s supply of medicine, and the cost for a day of supplies of a particular medicine.
The discount is calculated based on the price of the medicine, not the pharmacy’s markup, said Eichlers.
The discounts are for patients who are able to pay for medication at Empowered.
The pharmacy is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Eichlers said there are about 1,000 Empower prescriptions per day.
For many of those, the pharmacy offers the discount online and at the Empower store, which sells drugs for free.
The discount is available for a limited time, but is only available until March 31, 2019.
The prescription is the last thing patients need when they shop for medication.
If you have a chronic condition, the cost can be quite a bit higher than what you might expect, said Dr. Amy Rabin, a health economist at the University of Washington.
Rabin said people need to be aware of the possibility of a higher prescription cost.
For example, the cheapest option at Empowers is a $100 one-time refill for a single day, which is the same price as a full-time pharmacy pharmacy, Rabin said.
Rabbin said people should be aware that people who have chronic conditions have to work for their medications and the pharmacy may charge them more than what is recommended by the doctor.
For example, if a patient has a chronic medical condition, her medication can cost between $30 and $50 a day, and if her doctor recommends a $200 refill, the doctor may require her to work on that medication for an additional day, she said.
If a patient’s condition requires her to spend a lot more time in the hospital, or her insurance coverage won’t cover the cost, she may have to pay out of pocket, she added.
People with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, are often more likely to have health insurance that doesn’t cover their medications, Rabe said.
The goal of Empower pharmacies is to provide the medication at the lowest possible price, Rabin said.
But that means if you’re not able to afford the medication, it can be difficult to find the right prescription for you.
If it’s your first prescription, you can usually get it at a convenience store.
But if you need to pay cash, you may need to go to Empower, or go to a pharmacy that does not charge a $50 price for a refill.
There is a small deductible at Emower, but that is only $5, Rabbin added.
And Empower also offers a $10 rebate for people with private health insurance, which can save a lot on a prescription, Rabi said.
Erichler said people are willing to pay more for the medication because they’re more likely than others to take it.
For the Empowers, they’re hoping that by having a free bottle of medication, the program will help people make better choices.