ScriptDrop Raises $15M Series A For Pharmacy Delivery Platform


Medication access startup ScriptDrop closed on an oversubscribed $15 million round of Series A funding led by the Ohio Innovation Fund.

The new funding gives the Columbus-based company a total of $27 million spread out among a few funding rounds since its inception in 2017, Amanda Epp, CEO, told Crunchbase News.

Epp joined ScriptDrop as an early employee and touts the company as “the largest prescription delivery platform in the U.S.” She joined fter doing something similar at CoverMyMeds, a health care tech platform helping doctors and pharmacists complete prior authorization and insurance coverage determination forms for drugs. In 2017, McKesson acquired the company.

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Written by Christine Hall.

Originally published October 1, 2020.

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