Like death and taxes, rising drug prices seem inevitable for US consumers. But rising prices on other goods like gasoline and groceries mean hard choices for households with tight budgets, and medications are often abandoned for other necessities. The internet is a first stop for many consumers looking for healthcare information—and better prices. Now may be the moment digital pharmacies make their play.
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WHAT’S IN THIS REPORT? We look at the US prescription drug market and how digital pharmacies are jockeying for consumers’ attention by offering low prices, transparency, and free delivery.
KEY STAT: US prescription drug spending will continue to rise through 2026, based on the growing number of people with one or more chronic conditions—which includes adults of all age groups. It’s not just seniors who need regular medications.
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