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Re: [IP] MEDTRONIC is failing big time!

 Ok there has been any responses to my original email about Medtronic is failing
big time which confirms my problems. Where is Medtronic? We have to send these
emails to them in bulk. How can this be done? Even if Medtronicbs does not care
about this, there reps have to care. Please send thes emails to their reps. If
we do not order new pumps from them, the reps make less money. Help pleasep"

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 > On Jan 10, 2019, at 6:36 PM, Sharon Wollschlager
<email @ redacted> wrote:
> I am also on Medicare and had much the same experiences with Medtronic. Their
 > customer service was awful. My MD would tell me that all necessary paperwork
> faxed to Medtronic. Ibd wait for days to hear about my supplies and heard
> nothing. Then I had to start making phone calls. One customer service person
 > would insist that they never received paperwork from my MD (I actually
 > it get faxed to Medtronic) and another even told me that my MD discontinued
> use of the pump! Dealing w the ridiculous requirements by Medicare is
 > frustrating enough, but dealing with Medtronic customer service makes it so
 > worse. I have begun to ask to speak directly with a supervisor. This has
> significantly. Be sure to get his/her name and direct line. Good luck.
>> On Jan 10, 2019, at 5:55 PM, PHYLLIS ABRAM
> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> I liked MiniMed when pumps first came out. They couldnbt have done all the
>> research Medtronic does.
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> Phyllis 
>>> On Jan 10, 2019, at 5:43 PM, Liliana Wells
>> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>>> Thanks for sharing your experience.
>>> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 5:07 PM Jean Roseman
>>> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>>>> I too am on Medicare and hit nothing but stall spots with Medtronic.  My
>>>> doctor would show me copies of faxes b sometimes as many as four b she had
>>>> answered them with to substantiate my visits which we kept tightly
> scheduled
>>>> to six months. Medtronic would claim they never received a response from
> her
>>>> office.  It would sometimes take 2-3 weeks to a month and many, many phone
 >>>> calls to get supplies. The same thing was happening with her other
>>>> patients.  It looks like Medtronic does not want to deal with Medicare.
>>>> It got to be so bad that when I had the option to change pumps after 20
>> years
>>>> I decided to go with Tandem.  So far I am very happy with the pump and
>>>> Tandem's supply chain. Their newest pump can also eventually be updated
> with
 >>>> software. I knew I did not want the Medtronic 630 so this Tandem has so
>>>> been the answer.
>>>> The only disadvantage is slight and they are working on it. They do not
> have
>>>> as many people on their support line so I have had to wait a while to get
>>>> called back. I was told today they are hiring more people. This company is
>>>> trying to do all the right things like Minimed did before it became
>>> Medtronic.
>>>> Good luck.   Jean
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