Watertree Health is a privately held company that was founded in 2010 to make health care products and services more accessible to all people in America. Our focus is on providing better solutions for health care delivery.
Our management team has spent years in the industry, and has used this knowledge to respond to gaps in the provision of health care products and services. The introduction of the Prescription Discount Card in 2011 addressed the growing need for affordable medicines by the estimated over 100 million people in America who didn’t have adequate prescription coverage and were subject to high out-of-pocket costs. Even with the Affordable Care Act in place, this statistic is not expected to change significantly. Through no fault of their own, many hard-working people are having to decide between their medicines or food. It’s a choice that Watertree Health executives believe no one should ever have to make.
To ensure that the best possible discounts and savings are made available to cardholders, Watertree Health has forged partnerships with the nation’s leading Pharmacy Benefit Managers that have the power to negotiate and reduce prescription costs.
Additionally over 60 thousand independent and major retail pharmacies across the country (CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Target, Walmart, Costco, etc.) have joined our effort to improve the health of all people in America—along with hospitals, clinics, and other health care providers. As well, charities and other organizations are helping to promote and distribute the Watertree Health Prescription Discount Card to the people who need help paying for medications in their communities.
Our mission is centered on helping people improve their lives by improving their health. Currently, we operate nationally and on a local basis in more than 40 states with a network of more than 200 representatives working in their communities to improve the availability of health care products and services. Watertree Health will continue to expand to reach even more people.
Watertree Health strictly adheres to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule, which protects the privacy of individually identifiable health information and the HIPAA Security Rule, which sets national standards for the security of electronic protected health information. – less