The Missouri Rx Price Compare (MoRx Price Compare) online system allows you to interactively search and display pharmacy prices of commonly used prescription medications. This information will assist you in comparison shopping among pharmacies to get the best local price for your prescriptions.
The prices are the "usual and customary prices". The “usual and customary price" is the pharmacy's lowest net charge paid by MO HealthNet (Missouri Medicaid) recipients for a prescription based on the quantity and strength of a particular drug or product. These prices are the retail prices reported by pharmacies or calculated from a pharmacy's prior claims history. This is the price that an uninsured customer, with no discount or supplementary plan would normally pay.
Prices at your local pharmacy may change at any time, so this website is only meant to help you compare prices at different pharmacies.
Prices are not guaranteed.
The site also displays generic alternatives for many brand name medications. Using a generic alternative instead of a brand may provide a significant cost savings to you. Ask your pharmacist to determine the best drug at the best price for you.
If you use more than one pharmacy to fill your prescriptions, it is important that you notify each pharmacy about all of the medications you are taking to avoid harmful interactions.