Re: [IP] Re:
Anyone have any advice on Humalog vs. Novolog...I am insured by Blue
Cross/Blue Shield and recently moved from New York to Florida. Florida's
version of Blue will not cover Humalog. They don't seem to care that my
blood sugar is more stable with Humalog. They rejected my first appeal.
Any help is appreciated.
On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 9:08 PM, george lovelace <
email @ redacted> wrote:
> File an Appeal, send it Certified Mail, follow up with calls and get names
> and question them as to their Medical Knowledge. Advise them of the CMS
> Guides for coverage of 'Insulin Pumps' and all related supplies. Contact
> your SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program) Document
> Everything! Good Luck and Best of Bgs.
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 6:59 PM, mike ploskina <
> email @ redacted> wrote:
> > 4 years ago I switched from an advantage plan and went back to original
> > Medicare.
> > I have been using a Walgreens and using part b at 20% of the Medicare
> > approved
> > price for both test strips and Novolog. That changed since the beginning
> > of
> > 2017.
> > They now are charging me 20% of full price for the insulin. I use 9
> > every
> > 3 months.
> > I am looking for other options.
> Type 1 - 52 years - Pumping since 1998
> b -
> On Advantage Plan since 2014 -
> Changing to Medicare with AARP Supplemental as I don't want to Pay for
> Insulin under Part Db
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