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It sounds like you need to consult with a doctor. Contact your insurance company to find a physician in your area who participates with your health...
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The bottom line when it comes to having insurance pay for  any procedure is whether it's considered medically necessary. In the case of a...
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You do have the right to file a formal appeal with your insurance company to gain coverage for brand-name prescription drugs. You'll have to...
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Unfortunately, it's not uncommon to get differing opinions from different clinicians.  There's no easy answer here about what to do...
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Consider a few options for gaining access to dental care.  First, you can often get good dental treatment at lower cost at schools of dentistry...
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If your Implanon has expired, you need to be using another form of birth control until you have it replaced with a new one (now called Explanon). I...
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Insurance companies may cover certain types of genetic testing, but there seems to be no consistency in how or which tests are covered. The only way...
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No. If you're enrolled in VA health care you meet the requirements of the health reform law for insurance coverage. You will not be fined and you...
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No. If you're enrolled in VA health care you meet the requirements of the health reform law for insurance coverage. You will not be fined and you...
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To start, I highly suggest you get online at Healthcare.gov to search for an insurance policy. Open enrollment is now underway and only lasts until...
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What your describing sounds anti-competitive. If that's so, it's not legal. There are a few steps you can take to try to remedy the...
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The colon is still functional and viable. When the colon is re-connected, that raw-looking ostomy that you are seeing will not be used....it will be...
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This is a very good question. And while I am not an expert on insurance issues, I am a former surgical nurse so I feel qualified to give an opinion.A...
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Travel insurance operates under different regulations than other health insurance. However, a pre-existing health condition is a condition that you...
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The first question that pops to mind is whether you got prior authorization from your insurer before having the procedure. This is typically required...
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