Our ideas for saving on family health care service is sponsored by SingleCare.
When it comes to family health care services, I’m always looking for ways to save a bit of money without sacrificing the care and services that we need! Luckily, there are a few ways to save without doing much at all!
Family Health Care Service Saving Ideas
I know we’re not alone in looking for ways to save on family health care service. It seems like something everyone I know is doing. Once I started looking for ways to save a bit here and there, I discovered just how easy it can be.
It’s important to remember that little savings on family health care services can add up to big savings with time! So don’t hesitate to try a few of these ideas and see what you can save for your family!
Stay Up to Date
When it comes to family health care services, one of the best things you can do is stay up to date on your health care visits. Most annual checkups, especially for the kids, are covered under insurance plans or available at affordable prices. By detecting health issues early, you can save on your family’s health care.
Know Your Health Care Coverage
Get familiar with your coverage and the family health care service covered under your plan. Your plan may have services that you didn’t realize were offered.
You can also look for special discount programs for those with ongoing health challenges and on preventative care.
Some things to look for include:
- On call nurse line
- Gym membership discounts
- Weight loss program discounts
- Massage, acupuncture, etc.
- Discounts on home health equipment
Save on Family Health Care Services with Discount Plan
There are a variety of plans that can help you save on family health care service for things like prescriptions, dental, vision, and even on-demand virtual doctor visits.
SingleCare offers these kinds of savings and is free to join. Once you become a member, you can save money when you fill a prescription using your SingleCare card or when you visit a SingleCare dentist or optometrist. You can even save when you choose an online doctor visit.
SingleCare is not an insurance plan. They partner with networks of providers to offer services at great prices for all of us.
The pharmacy savings card is currently accepted at over 35,000 pharmacies nationwide in Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Kroger, and Walmart stores.
Visit singlecare.com and search for your prescription to look up a drug price and see if your pharmacy accepts SingleCare. You can also search for your prescription on the SingleCare app (available for both Android and iOS).
By spending a little time researching options for your family, you can start saving and those savings will add up quickly!