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Re: [IP] Ideas on Funding a Pump?


The people who don't have Type 1, who don't go through trying to take 
care of it, have no clue. Let their comments go in one ear and out the 
other.  WE know the difficulties in dealing with Diabetes, so feel free 
to vent with us.

I'm hoping your current pump will last a long time after the warranty. 
Also hope you can find a "comfortable" way to get a new pump.  Hey, does 
your HMO have a relationship with any other pump manufacturer?  Might be 
worth asking.


On 4/26/2011 12:49 PM, Laura Shapiro wrote:
 > Hi All: I keep telling myself I'll be fine with no warranty. I have an older
> Animas pump as a spare, though it is scratched and hard to read.
 > But when family members say I would be fine back on injections, I get a
> upset.
> Anyway, my warranty goes out in early Aug.  My copay is fifty percent.
 > I've been told I have no trade in value at all, due to my HMO's relationship
> with Carecentrix. They (Carecentrix) said I will have to make a payment plan.
 > Being self-employed, anticipating $3k in dental bills this coming summer and
> unpredictable income........well, not sure about taking on payments.
> If anyone has any other ideas, please let me know.
> Laura in NM. Who prefer being under warranty.
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