CVS Now Offering Generic Version of Adrenaclick Epinephrine Auto-Injector

CVS Health announced they are now offering the authorized generic version of the Adrenaclick auto-injector at all their pharmacy locations for $109.99 per two-pack.

“As a health care company focused on helping people on their path to better health, we recognized that there was an urgent need in the marketplace for a less expensive epinephrine auto-injector for patients with life-threatening allergies,” said Helena Foulkes, President of CVS Pharmacy. Over the past year, nearly 150,000 people signed on to a petition asking for a lower cost epinephrine auto-injector option and millions more were active in social media searching for a solution.

“In order to address this challenge,” Foulkes continued, “we have partnered with Impax to purchase their epinephrine auto-injector at a price that is lower than similar brand or authorized generic epinephrine auto-injectors. We are passing these savings along to our customers and patients, making this product available at all CVS Pharmacy locations at the lowest cash price in the market.”

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The price for the two-pack applies to both insured and cash-paying patients without insurance, which may be especially beneficial for those insured patients who have consumer-directed health plans and have not yet met their deductible for the plan year.

Impax also offers a $0 copay card which may defray up to $100 of the out-of-pocket cost, available by clicking here.

Keep in mind that you may need to obtain a new prescription from your prescriber to purchase the Adrenaclick generic if you currently have a prescription for another brand.

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