TJ Parker, PillPack's co-founder and chief executive, said: "Together with Amazon, we are eager to continue working with partners across the healthcare industry to help people throughout the U.S. who can benefit from a better pharmacy experience".
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"Together with Amazon, we are eager to continue working with partners across the healthcare industry to help people throughout the U.S. who can benefit from a better pharmacy experience", PillPack co-founder and CEO TJ Parker said in a statement. "PillPack makes it simple for any customer to take the right medication at the right time, and feel healthier", its cofounder and CEO TJ Parker said in a press release.
This is just the most recent example of Amazon's ability to disrupt an industry with a single action.
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Acquiring PillPack marries the company's aspirations to move into consumer-centric healthcare verticals and its strong focus on complex logistics and delivery systems.
The damage also spread through the pharmacy supply chain, with drug wholesalers seeing deep losses. The service is aimed at people taking more than one prescription drug every day. It also handles deliveries, refills, and adjustments to medications. Customers can use the technology to contact pharmacists that can answer questions. Once the deal closes, Amazon could potentially start selling prescription drugs directly through its site, delivering them via mail and impacting retail pharmacies.
The company's backers include Accel Partners, Atlas Venture, CRV, Founder Collective, Menlo Ventures, Sherpa Ventures and Techstars.
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