Amazon’s RxPass: a monthly flat fee for generic medications

Amazon this week launched RxPass in the US, a new monthly subscription for Prime members, providing patients with access to generic medications that treat over 80 common health conditions. RxPass costs a flat fee of $5 a month.

Amazon RxPass
Amazon RxPass

Amazon this week launched RxPass in the US, a new monthly subscription for Prime members, providing patients with access to generic medications that treat over 80 common health conditions. RxPass costs a flat fee of $5 a month.

According to Amazon, Prime members with RxPass can get as many eligible medications as they need for one flat fee of $5 and have them delivered to their door.

All medications require a valid prescription. The flat fee is an add-on to Prime membership. Prime members don’t need to use their insurance for the medications.

Amazon clarifies that customers who are enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid, or any other government health care program will not be able to enroll in RxPass.

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