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moorsb, If you don't think you have enough info then don't send the application in. That's like signing a contract that has a bunch of blank spaces. Insist on getting the info so you can make an informed decision before your sign or send any money in for anything. If that doesn't work, go somewhere else.
Unfortunately dealing with health insurance primarily comes down to patient education. By this I mean the patient needs to know what their benefits are. I deal with insurance companies all day/every day as a patient accounts rep in a provider's office. If you call a carrier their job is to give you the least amount o...more
ewent, I was addressing only the lower level of patient's dealing with insurance companies, not the high finance end.
I agree with what you have said and from the beginning have disliked the HMO concept for the reason you mention and the way they have treated and restricted the partner providers from practicin...more