54% of Americans skip needed health care due to cost. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Many of us struggle with rising healthcare costs. But when we put off that annual physical or don’t fill our prescription because it’s too expensive, we risk our health, can end up with even bigger bills down the road, and cost the system billions.
At the same time, the medical industry wants to build trusted relationships with people like us — it’s the best and most efficient way to develop the therapies and innovations that save our lives. So why isn’t there an easy way to connect patients with healthcare innovators and reward them for it?
The CoverUS app enables you to harness the power of your data to earn money and save on medical costs. We are making healthcare more affordable for all, and helping to power life-saving medical innovations.
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Living with IBS, Crohn’s or other digestive issues? Join the CoverUS pilot program to get the first look at our app, earn upwards of $100, and receive special discounts on recipes and meal plans designed for sensitive stomachs.
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The CoverUS App
With CoverUS, you can earn money and save on health costs by connecting some basic data to our app, answering simple questions about your medical conditions and lifestyle, and taking advantage of special discounts on the everyday items you need to stay healthy.
The money you earn is yours -- spend it on a doctor’s visit, prescription, or anything you wish!
Unlike other websites and apps that profit from collecting more of your data than you may realize, you are in control every step of the way with CoverUS. We ask for information about simply to match you with the best, most personalized offers to earn and save, and we take your privacy seriously.
Best of all? With CoverUS, you’re not only lessening the pain of your own healthcare bills, you are helping to move medical research forward to benefit people just like you.
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