Generic drugs are manufactured with the intent of creating a medication that resembles an existing approved brand name drug in terms of dosage form, safety, strength, route of administration and performance characteristics. The requirements for a generic drug manufacturer to seek approval by a regulatory authority by submitting a new drug application is considerably cheaper and less time-consuming than their branded counterparts.
Generic drugs are also considerably cheaper from other countries outside the United States because of strict government interventions and oversight from other countries to curb drug costs. Rx Plus only sources drugs from pharmaceutical wholesalers that benefit from heavily regulated pricing reforms imposed on drug manufacturers. In turn, Rx Plus provides generic and brand-name drugs at considerable costs savings directly to patients.