Let me make sure you understand this. The CEO and co-founder of GoodRx (who, by the way, started at Facebook, a free service where YOU are the product) explicitly states that they do NOT make money by selling patient data.
"One thing I can say for sure - its not by selling patient data."
So one has to wonder... why, oh WHY is GoodRx looking to hire data engineers? A recent Google search for "jobs at GoodRx" brought up this position they're looking to fill:
For a company that says they make their money from "ads and referral fees," they're sure interested in having a data analyst on board. If they're truly not selling the personal and private medical information they're obtaining with each adjudicated prescription, why the need for someone to drill into the data and mine it's contents?
I'm telling you again, people, that this company is nothing but bad news. They're liars from the start. When you use GoodRx, YOU are the product. Your information is being obtained, stored, and the data they collect is being SOLD.