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Re: [IP] RE: The Price of Pumps clarification

Actually - the $1000 off is a "cash" discount they give to people who do 
not have insurance. Looking at the insurance paperwork from when i got 
my new paradigm it looks like my insurance paid their 80% on the full price.

Linda Kelly wrote:

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>The $1,000 off of pump someone mentioned, may be what ins. co's get when they
>have contracts with a particular pump company--IMO.  Maybe that is why they
 >offered it to someone if they went with them so that they would have a tiny
>in with their ins co.  Linda
>>what hubby and I were wondering, does the HMO pay a wholesale price?
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