API GoodRx Resumen
Currently, GoodRx offers 5 public APIs as well as additional data feeds:
- El API del Precio Justo
- El API del Precio Bajo
- El API de comparacion de precio
- The Drug Info API
- The Drug Search API
- Drug Data
Este precio representa el precio maximo que el consumidor, con o sin seguro, debe pagar por este medicamento en una farmacia local.
Si estas interesado, aqui hay mas detalles. Las farmacias ofrecen precios de etiqueta (ellos los llaman usual y habitual o U&H) los cuales un consumidor sin seguro pagara si ellos no tienen otro descuento disponible. Ellos tambien ofrecen una variedad de precios mas bajos para el exacto mismo medicamento, pero para obtenerlos, los consumidores necesitan tener un seguro o aprovechar los descuentos disponibles, programas de membresia, o polizas de igualacion de precios. Nuestro precio justo es un precio que puedes usar como guia para saber la cantidad maxima que debes estar pagando - esto es, si te estan cobrando mas, debes usar GoodRx para buscar descuentos disponibles y bajar tu precio.
El API del precio justo del medicamento proporciona guia de costo de alto nivel alrededor de un medicamento de receta especifico. Basicamente, este API proporciona un precio justo para la forma, dosis y cantidad mas recetada de un medicamento especifico.
You want to provide guidance on the approximate cash price of Lipitor. GoodRx knows that the most popular form of Lipitor is 30 tablets of atorvastatin 20mg; thus, the API returns the lowest price for that specific combination.
However, you may also modify your query to ask for a specific prescription drug form, dosage, brand or generic version, and/or quantity.
You want to display the lowest price for brand-name 40mg Lipitor tablets only.
The Low Price API provides the lowest cash price for a given prescription drug from a basket of nationwide pharmacy chains, including Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, RiteAid, and others. (These chains represent more than 80% of retail drug purchases in America.)
Like the Fair Price API, a request can be made for either the most-prescribed version of that drug, or you may specify the drug form, dosage, brand or generic version, and/or quantity.)
The Price Comparison API provides the 3 lowest cash prices for a given prescription drug from a basket of nationwide pharmacy chains, including Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, RiteAid, and others. (These chains represent more than 80% of retail drug purchases in America.)
Like the other APIs, a request can be made for either the most-prescribed version of that drug, or you may specify the drug form, dosage, brand or generic version, and/or quantity.)
¿Qué es un precio en efectivo?
The GoodRx “cash price“ is a price that a person without insurance (or choosing not to use their insurance) would receive at the pharmacy. Many of the prices we provide will reflect discounts that a cash-paying consumer can receive through a free drug discount program, a pharmacy discount program/club, a generic drug program or other product. More information on how a consumer can buy at that price can be found on GoodRx, which is why it is imperative that the price include a link back to GoodRx for the consumer to learn how they can actually purchase their prescription for that price at the pharmacy.
This service provides form and dosage options for drugs on GoodRx.
For when you need to specify the dosage or form of the drug you want to display low prices for, you can use the Drug Info API to retrieve the available options on GoodRx. Since dosages and forms can be represented in so many ways, this API will take the ambiguity out of guessing what's available and allow you to show all options for easier construction of the price calls available on the GoodRx API.
This service queries the GoodRx drug database for the names of drugs available for pricing.
Let's face it, there are sometimes 10 different ways to spell the name of a medication, ranging from the most medically specific to the common abbreviation for generic. The Drug Search API allows you to find the way the GoodRx API represents/spells the drug. Simply send it a string and the API will return the top five suggestions based on how close the query is to the name we use. You can even use it as a spell checker, for example changing "Liptor" to "Lipitor".
In addition to the APIs, we sometimes offer access to our data, such as U&C and Medicare pricing. If you would like to learn more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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