GoodRx, Inc. operates as a prescription drug price comparison tool that mines data from local and mail-order pharmacies in the United States. The company offers generic and brand name pricing; alerts clients on manufacturer co-pay cards, pharmacy discounts, and state discount programs; and provides tips on how to slash drug prices. It provides prices of various drugs in the areas of alcohol dependence, allergies, cold, Alzheimer's disease, angina, antibiotics, anticoagulant, antifungal and antiviral, antiplatelet, anxiety, arrhythmia, arrythmia, asthma, bipolar disorder, birth control, cancer drugs, cerebral hemorrhage, cholesterol, COPD, depression, dermatology, diabetes, ear, enlarged pros...
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Apex Affinity and GoodRx Partner to Lower Prescription Drug Costs for Families Nationwide
Jan 28 13
Apex Affinity and GoodRx announce a partnership to reduce the cost of prescriptions for American families. This agreement will marry GoodRx's innovative drug price comparison technology with Apex Affinity's nationwide pharmacy discount network to help consumers find the lowest retail prices for medications and receive additional savings. Apex leverages the purchasing power of millions of consumers to negotiate deep discounts on brand-name and generic prescriptions at nearly all major big box stores, drug store chains and independent neighborhood pharmacies nationwide. Everyone is eligible, there are no paperwork hassles, and one card can be used for all members of a household. Consumers simply present a discount card or coupon with their prescription at checkout. Now, consumers can find the pharmacy with the lowest price for a medication and download a coupon for even greater savings. It's free, fast, easy, and can be accessed anywhere, including from a doctor's office. All consumers stand to benefit from the Apex/GoodRx partnership, regardless of insurance status. Families who do not have drug coverage or are taking medications not covered by their plan can now compare prices and save. In many instances, consumers whose medications are covered can have prescriptions filled for less than the cost of their copay.