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TrizCom Signs DealWell.com - One-of-a-Kind Marketplace Offers Discounts on Health and Wellness Services
Date:7/12/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 13, 2013

Dallas-based TrizCom has added Dallas-Fort Worth based, innovative healthcare discount site DealWell.com to its client roster. TrizCom will help DealWell.com position its focus on providing consumers with deeply discounted healthcare treatments that aren’t always covered on an insurance policy and that a consumer might pay with a healthcare savings account.

These services include chiropractic, cosmetic surgery, dental services, eye exams and LASIK, hormone therapy, massage, medical imaging, medical and day spas, and weight loss management. Providers profile their services for up to 85 percent off, and consumers log on to search by discount or procedure. Consumers also have the opportunity to bid for more savings on a service and read reviews posted by other users.

Unlike other “daily deal” sites, DealWell.com gives its consumers access to a wide array of providers to choose from for health and wellness services. DealWell.com’s health-focused deals are available 24/7/365, whenever consumers need them.

“In less than two decades the Internet has transformed the way we buy pretty much everything – books, music, insurance, travel,” says Geoffrey Fischer, DealWell.com president and founder. “But as of 2013, the way we buy healthcare and wellness services remains very 20th century. As the first website that allows you to compare, bid and save on healthcare, we want to change the mindset of consumers and show them they have a choice when it comes to paying for health-related services and procedures. TrizCom is going to help us help healthcare catch up to the Internet age!”

“We look forward to providing DealWell.com the level of service and the expertise that their customers expect from them,” says Jo Trizila, CEO of TrizCom. “With all of the cha
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