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Kroger Makes An Offer To Those Enrolled In Obamacare

Kroger Makes An Offer To Those Enrolled In Obamacare

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The Kroger pharmacies have an offer for customers who have signed up for the public health insurance marketplace, but don’t have an ID from an insurer. The company will provide certain prescription items with no upfront cost to their customers. Kroger says that offer is good for 30 days, and the pharmacist will need evidence you are enrolled in a health exchange.  The health insurance exchanges are a feature of the Affordable Care Act. Andrea Brookhart of Kroger was a recent guest on WINA’s Charlottesville…Right Now.

 

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