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One way to save time and money on prescription medication refills is to use a mail order pharmacy. MedicareFAQ explains how mail order pharmacies work, why they’re increasing in popularity, and how they’re different from online pharmacies.

If you’d like to skip the hassle of going to the local pharmacy to refill your older adult’s prescriptions in person each month, consider switching to a mail order pharmacy.

Mail order pharmacies often offer lower-cost prescription refills that are delivered right to your older adult’s door through the insurance company’s contracted provider.

Over the years, mail order pharmacies have been growing in popularity, especially with people who are enrolled in Medicare Part D prescription drug plans.

Nearly half of all Medicare Part D beneficiaries utilize mail order pharmacy benefits.

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