Blink Health is offering customers who create an account on the Blink Health website a free, one-year supply of three generic medications for Type-2 diabetes: metformin, glipizide and pioglitazone.
The program by the prescription drug savings platform will ultimately give away $10 million worth of medications and will continue until the funds are used up, a release said. The program could potentially save a patient $4,000 per year.
Restrictions on entry are set to be highly accessible, with any patient with a prescription for any or all of the medications being eligible for free, the release said.
"We have seen far too many people who are struggling to afford prescription medication, and we've launched this program to help address the problem one patient at a time," Geoffrey Chaiken, CEO and co-founder of Blink Health, said in the release.
Prescriptions can be picked up at 57,000 pharmacies across the country, including CVS, Rite-Aid and Target.