Hello, I am finally going to tell you about some experiences with Lyme and other ailment coverages that my wife and I have experienced through or journey to this time. I hear from time to time how insurance companies will not cover certain issues when switching from one insurance company to the next. Whether changing jobs or jobs changing insurance. We have found a really good trick to solving many of our medical bills. It is called communication. You ask, "WHAT"? I say, "yeah me to". It took some time too realize that the ins company that wrote or sent us that discouraging letter of rejection after one of us had already been ok'd and processed and operated on. That we are not covered or that time when we were told what we needed will not be covered. Gosh, It can get discouraging. But our new invention "COMMUNICATION" has taught us many things about human nature. ( Most of us are not mind readers ) Some just don't get it when you send them a simple piece of paper that has all the info from the doctors or hostpital or pharmacy. Some don't even care, but this is where you make the difference. We had a Pharmacist say to us about some badly needed drugs that my wife needs and was rejected. I think mainly it just didn't make sense that somebody would need antimalarial meds in the middle of nowhere in Northeast Penna. (After all it is not jungles of south america or african nations.) But with some of these new diseases and surguries that are out there. Some ins. companies are trying to keep up with any number of reasons why you could be rejected. So the next time you are rejected by an insurance for something. Make sure you try my new tryed and true invention. COMMUNICATION When This trial was over after we got the doctors, Pharmacy and insurance working together. All there was to do is set back and let the pros do thier thing.
By David R Thomas