NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - Founded by brothers Geoffrey and Matthew Chaiken, Blink Health is changing lives in just a few easy steps. Once you've received a prescription from your doctor and sent it to your pharmacy, simply enter your medication and dosage on Blink Health's website or app, and you may be able to purchase some of the most commonly used drugs at significant savings.
For example, a quick scan reveals generics of Prilosec priced under $7, Propecia under $20, and Xanax at $4.39. No insurance necessary. Yes, that may sound too good to be true. But it really is that simple.
After a couple of months in business, the Blink Health's customers (reportedly in the hundreds of thousands) include many who are sharing their life changing experiences on the company's Facebook page. Including John who reports that he saved 50 percent off what he was paying using his insurance, David who helped his parents save over $300 on one prescription, and Ginger who says she saved almost $800 in just one month.
And as Blink Health fights to reduce out-of-pocket expenses, its long-term goal is to actually get every copay down to zero.
For more information, see BlinkHealth.com.