Amazon’s new prescription drug service is almost what the doctor ordered

Amazon’s new prescription drug service is almost what the doctor ordered

continuing his foray into the healthcare industryAmazon is launching its own prescription drug service for main members called RxPass, which allows consumers to buy generic drugs for $5 a month.

And those $5 go a long way. Not only is this a flat fee, but subscribers won’t be subject to hidden fees or random markups, plus delivery is free. You can buy all medicines (opens in a new tab) you need for $5, assuming it’s available through the program. At launch, you’ll have access to more than 50 different medicines (opens in a new tab) to treat more than 80 common health conditions, from diabetes to gout and even high blood pressure. Any additional prescriptions you need that are not available through RxPass must be purchased through amazon pharmacy for its normal price. Speaking of which, Amazon Pharmacy will also be highlighting which drugs can be purchased through the new service, as a new blue RxPass icon will appear in drug descriptions.

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