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DrOwl, SingleCare partner on prescription discount service

DrOwl users have free and convenient access to savings of up to 80% on their medications through integration with SingleCare.
Sandra Levy
Senior Editor

DrOwl, a patented, HIPAA-compliant platform enabling users to access, understand and share their medical records, partnered with SingleCare

Through this partnership, DrOwl users will have access to free and convenient access to savings of up to 80% on their medications through integration with SingleCare, the companies said. 

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DrOwl, which was created to aid users in easily accessing their medical information, will now provide customers with information on their prescriptions, real-time pricing and provide savings on more than 10,000 medications at nearby pharmacies. 

“We are excited to partner with SingleCare to bring transparency and prescription discounts to our users,” Arvind Raichur, CEO and co-founder of DrOwl said. “Being able to afford the prescriptions that are so important to our health can be stressful and overwhelming. This partnership gives consumers the power they need to save money and make more informed healthcare decisions.”

SingleCare’s prescription discount card is accepted at the nation’s largest pharmacies and grocers, including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, Safeway, Rite Aid and Meijer. 

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From this partnership, the companies look to empower their customers by providing price transparency and access to lower-cost prescriptions, which aids users in making more informed decisions while saving money and staying healthier longer, the companies said. 

“We’re pleased to provide SingleCare prescription savings to DrOwl users through this new partnership,” John Zevzavadjian, president of Enterprise Platform Solutions for RxSense, SingleCare’s parent company said. “Affordability of medications remains a challenge for many Americans and this integration delivers SingleCare savings to help more people access and adhere to their prescriptions, leading to healthier lives.”

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The DrOwl app is a free platform that enables users to securely access, understand and share their medical records. Users sync their medical information to DrOwl and get a customized Patient Portal with information about their specific conditions, medications and allergies.

Medical records are often presented in clinical terms, which can be confusing for patients. DrOwl provides a custom searchable portal that includes information curated by medical professionals and customized for the user, in easy-to-understand language, the company said. 

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