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RE: [IP] Coverage for pump education classes



Will I cause an uproar if I say mine did?  They also covered 100% of the
classes.

		Sam!

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Ginny Kloth wrote:

> What is wrong with 90% coverage? My insurance then BC/BS HMO covered 80%
> for which I was thankful!
> I don't know yet of any company that covers the pump 100%. My supplies got
> covered 80% also at that time.
> Just curious :)
> I took a class which my insurance wouldn't cover at that time I had BC/BS
> HMO. We no longer have the HMO- we have the BC/CS PPO choice.And finally I
> can have a CDE! :)
> and when I meet my out of pocket deductable of 300.00 my supplies are
> covered 100%. Can't beat that.
> 
> 
> At 04:37 PM 06/27/2000 -0400, you wrote:
> >I have Cigna also. They didn't tell me till after I received the pump that
> >they only cover 90%.  I don't know much about insurance companies so I
> >didn't fight it.  Minimed offered me the class but I take it.  Have your
> >doctor right a letter of medical necessity that you take the class in order
> >to use the pump to its full extent.
> >Melissa
> 
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