The tech giant's pharmacy arm is rolling out a prescription discount savings card that's available to some Blue Plans members in 5 states.
The venture, called Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company (MCCPDC), launched with lowest prices on 100 lifesaving prescriptions.
The company said Prime members would get additional savings when paying without insurance, paying as low as $1 per month for select medications.
The partnership provides Ginger members with free, same-day, contactless delivery for necessary mental health medications in select markets.
The store will offer a range of both generic and brand-name drugs, but it will not Schedule II medications such as many common opioids like Oxycontin.
Specialized answers about medication information were created specifically for the voice-enabled service.
PillPack provides a simple option to order, pay for, track and get prescriptions delivered right to members' doorsteps at no extra charge.
CURE ID allows the clinical community to report their experiences treating difficult-to-treat infectious diseases with novel uses of existing drugs.
The company has teamed up with Omnicell to launch this experience, and these new Alexa capabilities will be available to Giant Eagle Pharmacy customers.
Popit's mobile app tracks medication use through the innovative Popit Sense device that easily clips onto a blister sheet of tablets.