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You might be surprised at how affordable contact lenses can be. And if you lose a contact lens, replacing one is way less expensive than replacing a pair of eye glasses.
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Insights on Insurance
Many health insurance plans include vision care that covers the cost of an annual eye exam, fitting fees and contact lenses. Insurance plans vary, so call your eye doctor to talk coverage and set up an appointment. Or you can ask your employer, human resources director, or vision insurance company.
A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) saves you money by reducing your federal income taxes (the amount you save depends on your tax bracket). The money you put into an FSA from your paycheck is taken out before taxes are deducted, leaving you with more money in your pocket.
You'll save on everyday medical expenses, including up to 28% on ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses, eye exams and fitting fees, even contact lens solutions. If you don’t have a Flexible Spending Account, ask your employer about enrolling. It’s simple to sign up, and it’s one of the easiest ways to save on health care expenses (including vision care) not covered by health insurance plans.
Helping make health care affordable to those who need it most
Together Rx Access™ is a free program created by leading pharmaceutical companies, including the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, to provide hard-working Americans who lack prescription drug coverage, and their families, savings on prescription products. Most cardholders can save 25 to 40 percent** on a wide variety of brand-name and generic prescription products.
So far, Together Rx Access™ has enabled over 1.5 million people — including about 260,000 children—to take better care of their health and the health of their families.
To learn more about Together Rx Access™ or to enroll in the program, call (800) 996-0407 or visit www.TogetherRxAccess.com
**Each cardholder's savings depend on such factors as the particular drug purchased, amount purchased, and the pharmacy where purchased. Participating companies independently set the level of savings offered and the products included in the program. Those decisions are subject to change.