GoodRx Pro 12+

For Healthcare Professionals


    • 4.8 • 20.7K Ratings
    • Free

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***This app is designed for healthcare professionals. If you’re a patient, you’ll want to download GoodRx, our top-rated app that helps you save on prescriptions.***

Millions of Americans struggle to afford their prescriptions. Help your patients save up to 80% with GoodRx for Healthcare Professionals.

What's GoodRx for Healthcare Professionals?

GoodRx gathers current prescription drug prices and discounts to help improve adherence and affordability. Our app provides current prices at local and mail order pharmacies, manufacturer co-pay cards, pharmacy membership programs, Medicare co-pay information and valuable savings tips. GoodRx prices are often less than insurance and Medicare co-pays - especially when patients have high deductibles, prior authorizations or other restrictions which put the cost of a prescription out of reach for many Americans.

Who Should Use GoodRx For Healthcare Professionals?

Today, over 130,000 doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, hospitals and clinics use GoodRx to increase medication adherence and patient satisfaction. This app was designed to be used by anyone who writes prescriptions or helps patients with adherence and affordability. Our apps have been featured by Consumer Reports, The New York Times, PBS, ABC News, Forbes, CNN, The LA Times and more. More than 50 million Americans have used GoodRx to save over $2 billion on their prescriptions.

How Does GoodRx For Healthcare Professionals Work?

We've taken the same prices and discounts we gather for patients and created an easy-to-use experience for doctors and other medical professionals. With GoodRx For Healthcare Professionals, you can create a list of commonly-dispensed prescriptions and quickly provide prices to patients via email or text. It's fast and easy, and it will help your patients afford the medications your prescribe.

No fees or signups are required for patients to save with GoodRx.

“As a doctor, I’m always interested in saving money for my patients. GoodRx helps my patients afford the drugs they need - and it’s so easy!”

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What’s New

Version 1.8.1

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20.7K Ratings

20.7K Ratings

rufus lee ping pong magee ,

Great app in a broken system

I love good RX and the usage of it has saved my family a significant amount of money.

However, The usage of it also prompted me to ask the question, “why can I download a free app and suddenly get 60% off of a prescription?” So naturally I dug a little deeper only to find just how rigged greedy and downright broken the current pharmaceutical system is.

Good RX has done so many an incredible service by creating the business model they have. I certainly hope it can continue.

Master-and-Commander ,

Magaging medications

Both versions of the tool (patients and doctor) are really good but should share some of the same function. A full description of the pill and all its side affects is a good. example. Overall good but is lacking in some of the same are. It’s clear the main purpose is price scouting, this a positive function. Adding the pill description and other attributes is also positive. I use this tool when checking off my meds I currently take, paperwork received, and this tool again so that there is no errors. The picture of the pill is a major plus. Thanks for that. Additional functions would be a custom profile record that would track meds being taken, dose, time, when (once or twice a day, once a week, ext). Perhaps a pill count and estimated time of renewal. Basically anything req by the person taking the meds. Also, this is a biggie, simply functions for copy or duplicate existing records and a way to track current meds taken and a record for when dose changed. Last month it was 15mg now it’s 20mg only to see it Chang again to 15 mg.

35madscientist ,

Keeping up!

I’ve found that information that physicians need to know is not getting to them for some reason, and some continue to write prescriptions for medications that are no longer available. Pharmacies are able to know this when some physicians are unaware. In the field of psychology, I think this can be dangerous to patients/clients, but of course, it can be to many people! As a patient, not being able to get one of two meds for migraines and finding out that it is no longer available was confusing, especially because I had been using the GoodRx coupon for the other medication, and had the coupon for the one I was trying to get. Nothing has really stopped them, but I have some relief for a brief time. I can enter the information and it will give me the same pharmacies! I think it’s great for patients and I wish more physicians would use it. But staying up to date with the medications (which I thought was happening as I read different articles or information from this developer) is extremely important. Please make sure that you do this! Thanks!

App Privacy

The developer, GoodRx, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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