NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blink Health, America’s leading prescription drug savings platform, announced today that it is working with customers affected by CVS Health’s decision to cut off their access to Blink Health pricing.
The unexpected decision to no longer honor prices previously contracted for Blink Health comes more than two years after CVS began serving Blink Health members.
Blink Health will continue to provide fairly-priced medications in every state and every community at over 40,000 other pharmacies. The company has begun directing affected patients to nearby pharmacies. Blink Health representatives are available at (844) 394-9922 to help current CVS customers transfer their prescriptions to a local pharmacy within the Blink Health network.
“Our priority is to ensure that all Americans have access to their prescriptions at prices they can afford,” said Blink Health Co-Founder and CEO Geoffrey Chaiken. “In many cases, we know our customers are saving hundreds or thousands of dollars a month, so we’re disappointed in the decision by CVS. We hope to work collaboratively with CVS over the next 90 days to reach a resolution that will restore access to Blink Health at CVS.”
About Blink Health
Founded in 2014, Blink Health is a technology platform that enables consumers to access the medications they need at prices they can afford at over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide. Blink’s website and free mobile app allow users to purchase their medications online and pick them up at their local retailer for up to 95% off the average retail price. Blink Health groups patients together to leverage their purchasing power and secure significantly lower prices for the most-prescribed medications in America.