GoodRx Welcomes Tech Veteran to Board

GoodRx (NASDAQ: GDRX) has recently welcomed Simon Patterson to its board of directors, bringing with him decades of tech, strategy, and management experience. Patterson, currently leading EMEA operations for the technology investment firm Silver Lake, has a wealth of expertise, having previously served on the boards of notable companies such as Dell Technologies and Skype.

Patterson's extensive experience operating, advising, and investing in high-growth technology companies is expected to be a strong asset to GoodRx, particularly in finance and management. His appointment is seen as a strategic move to support the company as it continues to scale its business to make prescription medications more accessible and affordable for all Americans.

GoodRx, the leading destination for prescription savings in the U.S., has been a significant player in helping consumers save nearly $75 billion since 2011. It is also one of the most downloaded medical apps over the past decade, offering consumers free access to transparent and lower prices for generic and brand medications, as well as comprehensive healthcare research and information.

Patterson's addition to the board's nominating and corporate governance committee further strengthens GoodRx's leadership with his exceptional background and expertise. This move comes as GoodRx continues to equip healthcare professionals with efficient ways to find and prescribe affordable medications, cementing its position as a key player in the industry. The market has reacted to these announcements by moving the company's shares 1.1% to a price of $7.64. If you want to know more, read the company's complete 8-K report here.

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