US Medicare Part D verses Buying Meds in Puerto Peñasco

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I’m shifting from an employer based health plan to a Medicare supplement program that will allow me to keep my current healthcare providers in Southern California with network access to services in Arizona.

The unknown I’m dealing with is Medicare part D prescription drug plans. The essential drugs I’m on are Diovan-HCT (blood pressure), xarelto (blood thinner), generic Lipitor, and Lyrica (neuropathic pain). When I’m in Rocky Point again in a few weeks I’d like to visit a legit pharmacy and check availability and cost of my meds. Where should I go? What advice can I get from people who have faced a similar choice?
 

joanC

Active Member
#2
I’m shifting from an employer based health plan to a Medicare supplement program that will allow me to keep my current healthcare providers in Southern California with network access to services in Arizona.

The unknown I’m dealing with is Medicare part D prescription drug plans. The essential drugs I’m on are Diovan-HCT (blood pressure), xarelto (blood thinner), generic Lipitor, and Lyrica (neuropathic pain). When I’m in Rocky Point again in a few weeks I’d like to visit a legit pharmacy and check availability and cost of my meds. Where should I go? What advice can I get from people who have faced a similar choice?
Check prices at https://www.pharmacychecker.com/online-pharmacy-ratings/ . Many friends have been getting all their meds from one or more of these pharmacies. PricePro is one of the best and will match any lower price.
 

dirtsurfer

Well Known Member
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#3
In PP check out Pharmacia Benaviedes, also, there is an app for phone called GoddRx that has found me better pricing in the U.S. on some items than what i could get them for in Mex.
 
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