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Epinephrine (Epipen)

Epinephrine (EpiPen, EpiPen Jr) is an expensive drug used for the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions. You should keep this medicine with you at all times. This drug is slightly more popular than comparable drugs. It is available in brand and generic versions. Alternate brands include Adrenaclick. Generic epinephrine is covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of epinephrine (Epipen) is around $147.94, 61% off the average retail price of $379.91. Compare catecholamines.
Epipen Coupon - Epipen 2 auto-injectors of 0.3mg package

Savings Alert: Generic Adrenaclick, another epinephrine pen, sells for as low as $9.95 with a manufacturer coupon. Learn More

Epipen Latest News

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The 3 Most Common Causes of Drug Allergies — and How Treat Them

Benita Lee - June 20, 2018

Has your doctor ever asked if you’re allergic to any drugs? Luckily for most people, medicine allergies are not that common. But for the few who do have them, allergic reactions can be extremely dangerous. Here’s what you need to know about drug allergies before you start a new medication.

What are drug allergies?

When we talk about allergic reactions to drugs, we’re not talking about side effects. Side effects are the known common risks listed on the drug’s labeling. See More

Free Clinic Helps Low-Income Community Get Their Medications with GoodRx

Katie Mui - June 08, 2018

We’re always amazed to hear from doctors and pharmacists who use GoodRx to help their patients save money — especially when it’s a matter of getting a medication or not at all. When we saw this tweet from Volunteers in Medicine (VIM), naturally, we reached out to learn more about their organization. We were able to speak with Patricia, Lead Medication Service Volunteer at the Cape May County free clinic, and Anne Marie, their Volunteer Coordinator, about the importance of savings programs like Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) and GoodRx. See More

Epipen Is Currently Experiencing a Spot Shortage, But You Have Options

Tori Marsh - May 04, 2018

One of the more popular drugs in the country, Epipen and generic epinephrine – used for the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions –  is experiencing a spot shortage, leaving some patients without their lifesaving drug.

Over the past month, shortages have been seen in both Canada and Australia, and they both turned to the United States in an attempt to curb their shortage. Unfortunately, this shortage has now spread to the United States. See More

Generic EpiPen is Still Expensive. Here’s How You Can Save

Tori Marsh - January 05, 2018

For a large portion of Americans, a simple bee sting or a peanut can cause a fatal allergic reaction called anaphylaxis. Fortunately, in most cases, these symptoms can be treated by a shot to the leg with an epinephrine auto-injector. Unfortunately, one of the most popular autoinjectors EpiPen costs around $630 and it’s generic version epinephrine costs around $320 for a pack of two autoinjectors, making them unaffordable for many people in need. See More

Why Are Prescription Drugs More Expensive in the U.S. than in Other Countries?

Marie Beaugureau - December 19, 2017

In 2015, Americans spent $1,200 per capita on prescription medications, the highest rate in the world. In the U.S. a 30-day prescription to Xarelto (used to treat blood clots) costs $292, on average – where that same prescription costs just $126 in the UK, $102 in Switzerland, and just $48 in South Africa, according to a 2016 survey by the International Federation of Health Plans. A 28-day supply of Humira, used for Crohn’s disease and rheumatoid arthritis, costs a whopping $2,669 in the US – but just $822 in Switzerland and $1,362 in the UK. See More

What Do Drug Pricing Transparency Laws Mean for You?

Roni Shye - October 13, 2017

Drugs are expensive, and prices seem to only be increasing. You’ve probably heard of the conflict surrounding popular drugs like Epipen and Daraprim, who each saw large price hikes overnight.

These price increases, among others, have shed necessary light on price hiking and transparency, and have caused many states to take this matter into their own hands. At the moment, 23 states are stepping up their efforts on drug pricing by proposing bills that take on the rising cost of drug pricing. See More

Administering Medications in School: 6 Tips For Parents

Roni Shye - October 03, 2017

If your child needs to use medication during the school year, making the proper accommodation with required school personnel is an important task for parents to complete at the beginning of the school year.

Here are some tips to help ensure that your child stays healthy during this school year.

Be up to date on the school’s policies and procedures

Every school will have different policies and procedures for students taking medication during school hours. See More

Safe Needle Disposal: What You Need to Know

Roni Shye - September 28, 2017

Proper disposal of sharp medical objects—like syringes, needles, or lancets—is important to prevent injury. The improper disposal of needles or sharps is dangerous and can increase the risk for a needle stick injury, which can spread blood-borne diseases like HIV or various forms of hepatitis.

Many states have laws regarding sharp disposal, so it’s important to understand proper disposal practices. See More

You Thought Epipen Was Going To Get Cheaper? Think Again

Elizabeth Davis - August 28, 2017

Remember way back in 2016 when we were outraged by the rising cost of EpiPen? How kids and schools couldn’t afford a simple, life-saving treatment? How the company’s CEO was grilled by the government and reporters and they pledged to do something about it?

Well, so much for public outrage. The cost of EpiPen has gone up yet again—by as much as 25%. No, we’re not kidding.

The EpiPen outrage of 2016

It’s been almost exactly year since news broke that EpiPen prices had increased by over 400% since 2007. See More

Another Cheaper EpiPen Alternative Just Got FDA Approval

Roni Shye - June 22, 2017

Watch out EpiPen there’s (another) new kid on the block. On June 15, 2017, Adamis Pharmaceuticals received FDA approval for Symjepi, their new epinephrine injection. Symjepi joins Adrenaclick, Auvi-Q, and others as an alternative to the expensive treatment for severe allergic reactions. Adamis also anticipates a low cost for the life-saving medication.

As you may know Mylan Pharmaceuticals has been in the news quite a bit in the past year due to the price hike of their EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. See More

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