Find the lowest price on prescriptions right from your phone or iPad.
Consumers and doctors are now able to take the WeRx price comparison tool with them on the go. The WeRx mobile app allows you to compare the prices charged at local pharmacies for your prescribed medication while at your doctor's office or on the road and immediately receive instant savings for your prescriptions right on your mobile device.
With discounts on pets’ and people’s medications, see if you could save, for peace of mind and a bigger piece of your budget!
Make key decisions at the point-of-care. Not all drugs are covered by your insurance. Identify restrictions & check out of pocket costs during your appointment
Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine. RxAssist offers a comprehensive database of these patient assistance programs, as well as practical tools, news, and articles so that health care professionals and patients can find the information they need. All in one place.
RxHope is exactly what its name implies...a helping hand to people in need in obtaining critical medications that they would normally have trouble affording. We act as your advocate in making the patient assistance program journey easier and faster by supplying vital information and help.
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Pay $10 or less on thousands of medications! Use Blink Health to save up to 85% on your prescriptions at virtually every U.S. pharmacy.
We help you save money on your prescriptions. Chat with us to look up drug prices in your area & to get our free prescription discount card & mobile app.
HealthPricer is an independent, award-winning product finder and comparison shopping site dedicated to helping you find the best healthcare products from trusted merchants online. We are a free site that helps consumers compare prices on a range of healthcare products including prescription and OTC drugs, contact lenses, supplements and beauty products (more to come).
NeedyMeds is a resource for advocates as well as people who need assistance.
SelectCare Benefits Network (SCBN) is one of America's leading Patient Advocacy Organizations that specializes in free medicine and prescription assistance programs (pap.) SCBN gives prescription drug assistance by helping it's member patients locate, qualify for and successfully access hundreds of free prescription programs on an ongoing basis for only a fraction of the would be retail costs for those prescription medicines.
SingleCare is a free prescription discount card. Think of us as your ticket to better savings. SingleCare is free to use, and there are no hidden fees or obligations.
“Our mission is to make medication inexpensive, clearly priced and easy to purchase.”
While there's pricing transparency for most products, costs vary widely for the same medication at different drug stores. The terrain has created an opening for one enterprising start-up looking to shake up the market.
Options are available to limit your out of pocket drug costs. You just have to know what questions to ask your partner...your doctor.
The cost of drugs continues to sky rocket. Once you to understand how drug pricing works, you will be able to make some choices that will reduce your overall prescription drug expenses. It pays in the long run!
If you're looking to save a few dollars — who isn't, really? — here is some fail-safe advice: stop buying Advil. Stop buying Tylenol, Aleve, Motrin or any other brand-name painkiller while you're at it. This isn't to say you shouldn't buy any painkillers at all — just that you should pick up the generic version — the acetaminophen and ibuprofen and naproxen that your local drugstore chain markets for about one third of the price.
Medication seems like it is more expensive than ever and every time someone in my family gets a new prescription from my doctor, including myself, it never seems to be covered. To make matters worse, I usually don't find out until the pharmacist rings me up and I am forced to pay a crazy amount because I have not hit my deductible or my copayment doesn't apply to that medication. I have better odds in Vegas! Is there a simple way I can save time and money on my next prescription?
Almost all developed countries — including those run by very conservative governments — have an effective solution for drug prices, which is why these countries often pay less than half of what people in the United States pay for drugs. For instance, Australia’s more than 60-year-old Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme has been the single purchaser of drugs for the country, making drugs available at fixed prices that are now listed online.
While insults of all kinds have been thrown at “Pharma Bro,” he is not the real villain but rather someone trying to do his job, which is to make a profit. The villain is the system.
As consumers face rapidly rising drug costs, states across the country are moving to block “gag clauses” that prohibit pharmacists from telling customers that they could save money by paying cash for prescription drugs rather than using their health insurance.
The spotlight on drug prices could not come at a better time for at least two online ventures. One company, GoodRx, collects drug prices at pharmacies around the country and connects consumers to coupons to help them pay. Another, Blink Health, takes the process a step further by allowing customers to pay for their drugs online, then pick up the prescription at nearly any pharmacy.
The US has a problem: the cost of pharmaceuticals is rising too fast. It grabs attention in extreme cases, like when the the price of a 62-year-old drug was hiked from $13.50 to $750 per pill overnight, or a new cure for hepatitis C debuted with a list price of about $1,000 a pill.