Manhasset, NY, Sept 6th, 2017 - UMA Health, the revolutionary platform which allows patients to skip insurance and shop for doctors and procedures via price, distance, ratings and availability will donate 10% of all revenue earned in September to Hurricane Harvey victims.
UMA brings hundreds of doctors within reach of the uninsured. A free-market for health care visits and procedures is considered the best way to bring down the cost of healthcare according to doctors and and politicians alike.
According to Dr. Pedram Hendizadeh, Founder and CEO of UMA Health, “Our core mission as a company is to help people, whether they are uninsured and need an affordable doctor or need relief from Hurricane Harvey.” He continued, “Aiding Harvey victims fits in with our vision of helping the most needy among us.”
According to Rich Tehrani, COO, “Patients using UMA Health can have the satisfaction of knowing a portion of their payment is going to a good cause while they also get 5% back to spend on further medical visits.” He continued, “Our hearts go out to the people who have had their homes and careers ruined by this disaster. We want them to to know our thoughts and prayers are with them.”
About UMA Health
UMA connects cash-paying patients to therapists, psychologists and doctors and is currently providing doctors in the NYC area and growing quickly.Our platform connects patients with doctors but skips insurance. It allows patients to find doctors based on cost, distance, ratings and availability. Book an appointment online at umahealth.com.