Clarendon Hills, IL (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Rx ‘n Go has partnered with myDrugCosts to provide their employer sponsored members access to a mobile service that presents them with options to lower their prescription drug costs. The mobile service can be accessed by smartphone or any Internet browser.
“Rising prescription drug costs are a significant issue for all of our employer groups and their members. The mobile service is an innovative solution that provides members with fast and easy to use information about their generic prescription drug options,” said Rx ‘n Go co-president/owner Rob Gilmore. “The service is very easy to access before, during, or after a doctor’s appointment”.
Using their smartphone or any Internet browser, registered users can:
About Rx ‘n Go
Rx ‘n Go is an all US based alternative pharmacy network serving payers and individuals with on-going prescription medication needs. Using easy to understand fixed fee pricing, Rx ‘n Go offers convenient mail order access to nearly 1,200 generic medications used to treat on-going medical conditions. Rx ‘n Go is committed to assisting benefit advisors serving middle-market self-insured employer groups to reduce pharmacy benefit cost, to add member choice, and to improve member drug compliance. Additionally, Rx ‘n Go is available to anyone with a valid prescription and form of payment. To learn more visit us at http://www.rxngo.com
myDrugCosts, Inc. provides an award-winning, cloud-based platform that empowers individuals to become better healthcare consumers. With instant mobile access to prescription drug costs, individuals can readily consider costs and make informed purchase decisions. Self-funded employers and health plans can customize myDrugCosts with plan specific information to lower plan spending and enhance member communication. The platform is accessible via smartphone and desktop browsers and can be integrated with existing mobile and web solutions. myDrugCosts received a national award for Best Consumer App at the 2012 Health Data Initiative Forum. Learn more at http://www.mydrugcosts.com