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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.
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!
The differences in This app vs the regular Good Rx App are very unclear. The plain Good Rx App works great and is honored by most largerer pharmacy chains. The smaller private ones or “mom & pop” like stores are a little pickier if they will honor the discount or not. You have to take into consideration their wholesale cost is often higher than the bigger chain stores. So it is harder for them because in some cases they are actually loosing money if they honor the coupon!! This apps’ very confusing as to what it actually does that is different from the original app!! Hence the reason for the low rating! Plus it is much more confusing to use!!
This is a new way for Doctors to see and compare prices for all medications. It also provides a way to send the information, prices and store locations with just a few clicks on the phone.
Could be a little better
One modification I would make, is to be able to send the actual coupon and not a link that the patient the needs to click to get to a screen to then click again to see the coupon
In these days of high pharmaceutical costs and intrusive technology, it's nice to have something that assists you in helping patients. The cost of drugs is outrageous and this app helps in providing needed information to patients for cost savings.
Good RX means good things!
Omg I can save more on my Persciptions with GoodRx than paying a monthly premium to a prescription provider! I mean seriously after adding it all up with just my 3 or 4 little prescriptions you’d be an idiot not to take advantage of GoodRX
This thing is literally money
... for my patients, at least. I love being able to send them coupons directly from the app.
I love being able to pull up the app, show my patients the cash price and send them coupon very easily! Cash prices cheaper than some People’s copay with insurance.
It is so scary to get our meds. This is always helpful...I will use this even if it is not my regular pharmacy. Anyway to help me save money and be able to get my meds
Good RX professional version
This helps my patients fun of world medication and makes me feel useful when I send them those great coupons
Mire Hype than Substance
The entered my regular prescription including popular drugs for type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. The prices listed were what I know to be the usual list price for each of my four prescriptions. So where’s the deal with this app? App user beware... look up you app on hooded and if useless, delete it. Not worth having it track you and provide the publisher valuable business data!
Dr and patient
Always check good rx before buying any prescription!!! This is the best buying tool I have ever used for meds.. I refer many patients to good rx daily!!!
This. Quick app saved me $9. Took me less than 2minutes to download on my new phone. Don’t hesitate to use. In most cases you save BIG.
Great discounts available. Easy to search for many different meds. Patients love it.
Yes. GoodRx Pro is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 13,524 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for GoodRx Pro Is 56.1/100.
Yes. GoodRx Pro is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 13,524 GoodRx Pro User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for GoodRx Pro Is 56.1/100.
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