Amazon's PillPack is almost ready for prime time. 

The e-commerce giant is bringing PillPack to market in the near future, according to TJI Research. Amazon (AMZN - Get Report) shares were dropping 0.57% to $1,912.90 on Wednesday. 

The Amazon-focused research group spotted a PillPack page, which redirects to a sign-up portal, that's now live on Amazon's main e-commerce site.

Amazon bought PillPack, an online pharmacy that sorts and ships medications across the U.S., for $1 billion in August 2018. The PillPack acquisition is one of several healthcare-related initiatives Amazon is working on: it recently added HIPAA-compliant features to its Alexa assistant, and last year formed a joint initiative with Berkshire-Hathaway (BRK.B - Get Report) and J.P. Morgan (JPM - Get Report) aimed at improving healthcare services. 

Amazon is due to report earnings on Thursday, and is up 25% so far this year. 

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