In this Friday, July 8, 2016, file photo, a pharmacy technician fills a prescription for an anti-diarrhea medication at a pharmacy, in Sacramento, Calif. Filling a prescription is no longer the simple errand you run after a doctor visit. With drug prices rising and insurance coverage shrinking, it pays to ask questions and do a little research before handing over your insurance card at the pharmacy counter. Having coverage offers no guarantee that you’re getting the best price for your medicine.
In this Friday, July 8, 2016, file photo, a pharmacy technician fills a prescription for an anti-diarrhea medication at a pharmacy, in Sacramento, Calif. Filling a prescription is no longer the simple errand you run after a doctor visit. With drug prices rising and insurance coverage shrinking, it pays to ask questions and do a little research before handing over your insurance card at the pharmacy counter. Having coverage offers no guarantee that you’re getting the best price for your medicine. Rich Pedroncelli AP
In this Friday, July 8, 2016, file photo, a pharmacy technician fills a prescription for an anti-diarrhea medication at a pharmacy, in Sacramento, Calif. Filling a prescription is no longer the simple errand you run after a doctor visit. With drug prices rising and insurance coverage shrinking, it pays to ask questions and do a little research before handing over your insurance card at the pharmacy counter. Having coverage offers no guarantee that you’re getting the best price for your medicine. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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