Re: [IP] What Is Wrong....
It is, however, disengenuous for us to assume we have a co-operative partner
with our insurance company, or Medicare for that matter, based upon our and our
employers' premiums and our lifetime Medicare insurance payments.
Something better is coming. Nothing worse could happen, based upon the hoops
all of us jump through or trip over to get reasonable support for our medical
needs. We ARE all worth it, you are right. It is unfortunate that needs to be
--- On Wed, 1/27/10, Veronica Elsea <email @ redacted> wrote:
> From: Veronica Elsea <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] What Is Wrong....
> To: email @ redacted
> Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 7:47 PM
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> Jay, you obviously don't use Cleo's. You can't do that with
> many infusion sets. And I'm not going to do something
> slightly risky to save a few pennies. If someone sets up a
> business, namely an insurance company, saying pay a monthly
> amount and I'll cover you, then sorry, they'd better do what
> they say they'll do!
> There are some ridiculous reasons why many things cost as
> much as they do as well. Don't get me wrong. I take an
> injectable medication for rheumatoid arthritis that costs
> $1200 each month. I'm beyond grateful for this drug as I'm
> very functional today, thanks to it. But there's room for
> work on the entire medical system right now.
> I think the first place to start is kindness and compassion
> for each other. Everyone is valuable and deserves the best
> of health care. Who knows what the future holds, but I sure
> hope it involves kindness and help for everyone.
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