To make health care more affordable for those who need it, Kmart Pharmacy is reducing the price of epinephrine auto-injector pens.
"As part of our 'Care Beyond the Counter' approach, Kmart Pharmacy more deeply connects with our customers on issues that matter to them most. Affordable epinephrine auto-injectors is definitely one of them," Jennifer Speares Lehman, director of compliance and administration for Kmart Pharmacy, said.
The generic version of Adrenaclick is now available for free for patients with commercial insurance and $199.99 for a pack of two for patients paying out of pocket. This cuts the cost significantly when compared to $642.69 for an EpiPen or $330 for the generic version by Mylan.
Kmart Pharmacy has received stellar ratings based on their American Customer Satisfaction Index rating of No. 1.
Patients are encouraged to consult their insurance provider, as well as speak with the Kmart Pharmacy nearby to receive the most detailed information.