At GoodRx, we take data seriously. In addition to collecting prices and discounts for Americans, we’re constantly researching how technology can help make healthcare more accessible and affordable. We’re working with a number of major academic institutions, startups, hospitals and medical associations to improve patient access to the prescriptions their doctors prescribe.
This weekend, GoodRx will be presenting the results of our recent research at the American College of Physicians (ACP) Annual National Internal Medicine Meeting in Washington, D.C. We were selected from thousands of applicants to present our findings on how technology can help improve public health. More than 7,000 primary care physicians attend this event, and we partnered with the University of Southern California.
Dr. Sharon Orrange, Associate Professor of Medicine at USC, will be there along with some folks from GoodRx to present our findings. If you’re a doctor coming to ACP, please stop by our booth (#417).
We’ll be presenting at other medical conferences later this year as well. If you’re a doctor or medical professional and you’d like to talk to us, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch shortly.
Today, tens of thousands of doctors access GoodRx every day to help their patients. We’re proud to be have earned their trust.