Patients can save with Blink Health at virtually any US pharmacy, including:
You have full visibility into the price your patients pay for their medications, at any pharmacy, regardless of insurance status.
The affordability of medications will drive more adherent, and ultimately, healthier patients.
No more prior authorizations or overrides – we take care of that so you can focus on your patients.
Your staff can stop dealing with phone calls from upset patients with medication sticker shock.
Treat and prescribe as you usually do - nothing changes!
Tell patients to go to BlinkHealth.com to check the Blink price
If they like the price, purchase medication at BlinkHealth.com, then pick up at preferred pharmacy.
- Dr. Meryl Nass, internal medicine, as featured in the Portland Press Herald
- Dr. John Jacoby, general practice
It doesn’t! Nothing changes about the way you prescribe medication. Write, call or e-prescribe scripts as usual.
Your patients should check the Blink price of their prescribed medications before picking them up at the pharmacy. If the price is lower than their copay (or if they have no insurance), they should purchase on Blink before going to the pharmacy.
Unlike cash discount cards that have you price comparison shop around town, Blink Health is the only company that offers one, low price at virtually every pharmacy. The price you see on Blink is the total price you pay.
Blink is a free, alternative way for your patients to pay for their medications and works regardless of their insurance or Medicare plan. If the Blink Price is lower than their copay, they should pay with Blink.
Blink Health works directly with the patient to create prior authorizations. Blink allows patients to authorize any medication, form, dosage or quantity. If the authorization does not match the prescription, Blink will not work at the pharmacy.
Yes. Over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide accept Blink, including every major chain and almost all independent pharmacies.