You May Save Money By Comparing Pharmacy Prices
LABELLE, FL. -- This new expansion of a searchable database helps users find the most current prices on the top prescription drugs. The expansion by the Office of the Florida Attorney General and the Agency For Health Care Administration includes information on 50 additional prescription drugs and their generics, now providing users now with 150 searchable prescription drugs and generic formulas.
The website allows consumers to compare prices for prescription drugs charged by pharmacies in their city or within their individual zip code. The information is available in both English and Spanish, and the search results can be easily viewed and even downloaded to a spreadsheet so consumers can review all prices at their convenience.
Prices on the website reflect what an uninsured consumer with no discount or supplemental plan would normally pay for a prescription.