We know drug prices are too high. And we want to help. We gather prices for more than 70,000 pharmacies across the U.S. to bring you up-to-date information about what drugs cost and how you can save.
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More than 10 million Americans trust GoodRx to help them find better information and prices every month. Since we opened in 2011, we’ve helped people save more than $14 billion in prescription drug expenses. Our app is consistently ranked as #1 in the medical category on Apple’s App Store and Google Play, and fully one-third of doctors recommend GoodRx to their patients.Learn more about how GoodRx works
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Doug believes that Americans should have more ways to spend less for high-quality healthcare. In 2010, Doug tried to fill an alarmingly expensive prescription from a doctor, and decided to shop around for a lower price. He quickly realized that Americans lacked a one-stop destination for prescription discounts and prices. That experience was the spark that started GoodRx.
Doug has spent decades building technology that helps everyday consumers. He was among the first 30 employees at Yahoo!, where he conceived and managed the earliest online communities including GeoCities and Yahoo! Groups. In 2005, he joined Facebook as Vice President of Product. Later, Doug founded DailyStrength, the web’s largest community for people facing health and life challenges. DailyStrength was acquired in 2008 by HSW International. Doug graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University and currently lives with his family in Santa Monica, California, where GoodRx is based.
Trevor is on a mission to lower the cost of prescriptions in America. Before co-founding GoodRx, Trevor created Tryarc, a technology company delivering strategy and implementation services for healthcare and media organizations. Tryarc became one of the largest private IT services in California, doing business with Anthem/Blue Cross, Toyota and Sony, among others. In 2007, Trevor sold the company to NTT, where he received the President’s Award for leadership. Previously, Trevor co-founded Biowire, a community for biologists and other scientists to share insights on best practices and resources.
In 2007, Trevor sold the company to NTT, where he received the President’s Award for leadership. Previously, Trevor co-founded Biowire, a community for biologists and other scientists to share insights on best practices and resources.
Trevor is an engaged member of his community, serving on the Board of Trustees of Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences and as a member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). Trevor graduated with honors from Stanford University with degrees in biological sciences and computer science.
For two decades, Scott has been a pioneer in building tools and resources that help consumers live better lives. He was one of the first employees at Facebook, first as an engineer and then as a product manager. He developed Facebook Photos and oversaw development for Groups, Events and Inbox. Scott helped Facebook become the leading photo site worldwide. In 2011, Scott was honored as a TechFellow in the category of Engineering Leadership. He holds a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University and is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Agnès Rey-Giraud is the CEO of Acera Surgical, a regenerative medicine startup. Acera is developing and commercializing a portfolio of nanofiber materials for surgical repairs. The company submitted 25 patents and its first two products were approved by the FDA.
Agnès is a former officer of Express Scripts where she served multiple leadership roles, including Senior Vice President of Research & Product Development, Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and President of International Operations. Agnès holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, a Master of Operations Management from EM Lyon, France, and a Master of Science degree in engineering from ENISE, France. In her free time, Agnès enjoys trekking in remote locations, working on her golf swing and running.
Jackie has a deep expertise in the business of healthcare, with a focus on pharmacy and consumer health. She served as Executive Vice President at PacifiCare Health Systems with responsibility over its specialty businesses, including its PBM, Medicare Part D, behavioral health and women's health programs. When PacifiCare was acquired by UnitedHealth Group, Jackie served as CEO of OptumRx, providing services to more than 13 million members with an annual revenue of $18.5 billion.
Earlier, Jackie was Founder, President and Chief Operating Officer of Protocare, a firm whose lines of business included the clinical development of drugs, devices, biopharmaceutical and nutritional products, and health services consulting. Jackie was also co-Founder and co-CEO of Value Health Sciences. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), a Master of Science degree in applied mathematics from Brown University and a doctoral degree in research methods from UCLA.
Dr. Orrange is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Division of Geriatric, Hospitalist and General Internal Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. She spends part of her time as the attending physician for medical students and residents during their medicine rotations at LAC+USC Medical Center and Keck Hospital of USC. She also has a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Orrange has an active private practice in general internal medicine at The Doctors of USC Beverly Hills and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Orrange has been featured on various best doctors lists, including Best Doctors in America, Pasadena Magazine’s Top Docs, Hollywood Reporter’s Best Primary Care Physicians in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Times’ Best Doctors in SoCal. Follow her on Twitter @Orrangemd.
At GoodRx, our mission is simple — help Americans find affordable and convenient healthcare. Every day, we work to gain your trust and provide clear, easy-to-understand information to help you find affordable ways to stay healthy.
When you present a GoodRx coupon to your pharmacist, your pharmacy will send us information about the prescription and the price you paid (this is standard industry procedure). Any information we receive is stored securely and used to improve our service, such as making sure our prices are accurate or reminding you when it’s time to refill. We do not sell data to any third parties.Learn more about our editorial and advertising guidelines
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