Motley Fool April 14, 2021
Brian Orelli, PhD And Keith Speights

The conglomerate has moved into prescription drug distribution and is looking at options for telehealth medicine.

Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) has moved into healthcare through its acquisition of PillPack and the potential of the rollout of its telehealth offering that’s currently reserved for employees. In this video from Motley Fool Live, recorded on March 22, Fool.com Contributors Brian Orelli and Keith Speights discuss the effect the move into healthcare might have on competitors.

Brian Orelli: Joseph asks, he points out that GoodRx (NASDAQ:GDRX) seems like a more serious competition to me because the opportunity for differentiation seems more narrow for GoodRx, and then Steve asked, “Do you think GoodRx will play a role in telemedicine as the HeyDoctor telemedicine platform?”

Keith Speights: I mean, those are excellent questions, and...

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