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Online pharmacy PillPack was reportedly on track to make $299 million in revenue when Amazon acquired the company in a $750 million deal

At the time that Amazon acquired PillPack, the company was on track to make $299 million in annual revenue, according to CNBC.
NYU Professor Scott Galloway

The man who predicted that Amazon would buy Whole Foods now expects the tech giant will soon be the world’s fastest-growing healthcare company

At Business Insider's IGNITION 2018 conference, Scott Galloway said Amazon will soon be the "fastest-growing healthcare company in the world."
My PillPack arrived in a simple white box marked filled with packets of prescriptions and information on when to take them.

We tried PillPack, the pharmacy startup Amazon acquired for $1 billion, and we can see why it has big pharmacies terrified

Business Insider decided to take a look first-hand at PillPack's prescription service to get a sense of how it works, and to better understand how it could fit into Amazon's future healthcare ambitions.

Amazon’s acquisition of PillPack may be a step to capture the growing demographic of patients over 65

Amazon's acquisition of startup PillPack could be an attempt to capture a market of patients over the age of 65 as in hopes of adding Prime subscribers to its network.

Amazon just acquired a little-known startup that mails medicine to your door, and it sent pharmacy stocks into a frenzy — here’s how PillP...

PillPack, a pill packaging and delivery startup founded in 2013, is being acquired by e-commerce giant Amazon. Here's what the company does.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: How GDPR will impact the US health system — Digital health deals hit $1.6 B in Q1 — Ascension sells hospital, piv...

For US healthcare systems, the GDPR significantly changes the way physicians and digital health companies will approach patients and patient data.