Tart with a Heart
- Sep 19, 2008
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- New England
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Paying fpr chemo and surgeries as long as they are not experimental is what we are supposed to do and that is what the person or organization who pays for the premium has agreed to with the insurance company. I didn't see why her meds were temporarily denied but were they not generic or maybe they were not part of the company's grug formulary. She needs to know that she should not get a disease that requires a drug that is not in the formulary.
She obviously did not plan this out too well.
Well you can debate emotionally and sarcastically all you want, but that doesn't change the facts here. The only issue with the ins co cited in this article is a 2 month denial of a drug that might have helped a little. They did not deny chemotherapy or 2 surgeries. During those 2 months without approval of the meds, there is no way a woman like Norma Rae is just going to say, oh never mind. If it were me, I would beg, borrow or steal the money to pay for the meds and deal with (or have someone else deal with) the insurance company during those months. She obviously was able to get them to reverse the decision. READ THE ARTICLE. Where was this woman's family, friends and union to help her pay for those meds while waiting for the ins co?
Your emotions are being played upon (and preyed upon) by Daniel Tencer and Danarhea. And while the knee-jerkers are ignoring the facts and crying murder, you're exploiting a woman's death to further your own agenda.