Watertree Health® Launches Deeper Discounts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DESTIN, FL, August 21, 2018 – Today, Watertree Health announced more significant savings would be provided to its prescription discount cardholders due to the success of the Company’s physician outreach program and direct-to-consumer card distribution.
“We’re excited to be able to provide even deeper discounts to our cardholders who are underinsured and uninsured and, many times, would not be able to afford their medications without the savings our card provides,” said Shane Power, President of Watertree Health.
The Company was able to achieve increased discounts due to the substantial volume of prescriptions that are processed using its free prescription discount card at pharmacies nationwide. Cards are distributed using a community-based approach, targeting areas of greatest need for prescription savings.
“One in four people don’t fill their medications because they assume they can’t afford them. We are focused on educating and creating awareness of our prescription discount card so patients can take their meds as prescribed, and as a result, health care providers can achieve increased patient outcomes,” said Power.
Anyone can get a free prescription discount card by going to WatertreeHealthCard.com or texting CARD to 95577. Additionally, they can look up savings on their medications or other prescriptions at their favorite pharmacy on Wtree.us/SavingsTool.
About Watertree Health
In 2010, Matt Herfield and Ronnie Harris founded Watertree Health to make health care—particularly medications—more accessible to everyone. They created the first and leading free prescription discount card program benefiting nonprofits, which not only provides significant savings, but also triggers a donation to a charity partner each time cardholders save, at no cost to them. To help build healthier communities, the Company has aligned with nonprofits Make-A-Wish®, regional Food Banks, the ASPCA®, and the National Kidney Foundation®. Visit WatertreeHealth.com to learn more.