Let’s Talk About Birth Control Pricing

Published: March 18, 2020Updated: December 8, 2020
Why pay $24.99 a month for your birth control when you could pay $15 at SimpleHealth?

You may have seen the recent news of The Pill Club raising their prices for cash pay customers. Thousands of women (many of which without insurance) were told their medication prices would cost 60%-100% more. 

Unfortunately, many, many women simply can’t afford these kinds of price increases. It’s no secret that 19 million women in the U.S. don’t have reasonable access to birth control, and 3 million women live in counties without a public clinic offering a full range of contraceptive methods. 

For those women in contraceptive deserts, who turn to online services for convenient and affordable birth control, this drastic price change may mean having to search for affordable medication all over again. Even worse, not having access to affordable options at all. 

At SimpleHealth, we mean it when we say accessibility and affordability are at the core of what we do. SimpleHealth was founded as an alternative to the typically un-empathetic healthcare system. To offer high-quality care at affordable prices. And to make sure that everyone has a chance to find medication that is best for their body, no matter what their financial status is. 

Here are a few ways we take care of our patients:

1. Detailed medical consultations

Our online consultation is longer and more detailed for a reason. We want to learn as much as possible about your medical history and personal preferences so that our doctors can find a birth control brand that best suits your needs.

2. Affordable options

Our birth control options start at $15 a month without insurance and we'll work with you to find an option that is best for both your needs and your wallet. We understand that birth control is a life-changing prescription and that shouldn’t have to skip out on because of the price. Have concerns about cost? Leave a note for the doctor in your consultation and they'll take that into consideration when prescribing. That other company's birth control options now start at $24.99 a month.

3. More Choices

Have a favorite brand that has worked for you in the past and would like to stick to it? New to birth control and don’t know where to start? With over 100 brands, including the ring, Annovera and the patch (which the other guy no longer offers) we’ve got you covered! Finding a birth control brand that’s right for you can be a struggle, but with the variety of options we offer, we're confident you'll be able to find something that fits your personal preferences and budget.

4. Ongoing care for a year

We're committed to helping you navigate your birth control journey, regardless of how long it takes. Once you're subscribed, you'll have unlimited access to our care team and doctors via text or email. This means you can ask questions about side effects or your prescription, or request changes to your prescription for no additional cost.

5. Risk-free

If we can’t issue you a prescription due to certain medical conditions (this rarely happens) or you change your mind, we’ll refund your consultation fee. That other service won't refund you if they don’t end up prescribing you anything.

The Pill Club price increase will take effect January 1st, 2020. If you're looking for a more affordable option, we'd love to have you join our community. Visit Simple Health for a free consultation and experience an affordable birth control service you can rely on. 

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