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HealthWarehouse.com Partners with Columbia Medical Associates to Bring Affordable Healthcare to Washington State
Date:9/21/2010

CINCINNATI, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthWarehouse.com, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: HEWA), a leading retail mail-order online pharmacy and Columbia Medical Associates, an outpatient clinic system offering medical services in the Spokane, Washington metropolitan area, announced a partnership to offer patients a 30-day supply of more than 300 generic prescription medications for $3.50 with free home delivery.

Columbia Medical Associate's "Columbia Care" program offers preventive primary healthcare for as low as $300 per year for individuals.  The partnership will lower prescription drug costs for the program's patients and offer them exceptional convenience when ordering medications. The partnership is also expected to achieve better patient compliance with physician orders, and will offer Spokane area residents with among the lowest costs for primary care and prescription drugs in the country.

"Being a leader in cutting costs for preventive primary care, we were looking for a partner with similar aims," said Valeri Steigerwald, President & CEO of Columbia Medical Associates.  "Our partnership with HealthWarehouse.com allows us to bring the same high level of customer service to our patients while providing dramatic cost savings on prescription medications.  We're excited to give residents of Spokane and Eastern Washington an innovative, cost-effective, quality option when evaluating their healthcare needs."

"Our partnership brings residents of Spokane a truly comprehensive healthcare offering, providing quality preventive and primary care with life-saving medications at affordable prices," said Lalit Dhadphale, President & CEO of HealthWarehouse.com. "We are excited to partner with Columbia Medical Associates in bringing a fresh new approach to primary care and cost-effective delivery of medications to patients."

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