Insurance rift has residents in health care hunt
“When CMG drops out of the network, only the people who want to continue to see CMG will be paying that additional surcharge.”
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#1 Sep 24, 2007
Riduculous. What about the people who have no transportation that can't drive from Levelland and Plainview to Lubbock where there are doctors outside of CMG?
Covenant Medical Group is apparantly all about money and not for patient care. So Blue Cross pays a smaller amount than other insurance companies - is $30 bucks for 15 minutes of the doctors time too small of a payoff? Sheesh - makes my $10 an hour look like pennies.
#2 Nov 24, 2007
If anyone out there is paying too much for prescription costs, I can help.
Liberty benefits is saving customers an average of 41 % across the board, some are seeing much more depending on the prescription... we are NOT a discount card, we are bonifide prescription card.. if you are interested, please visit http://www.libertybenefits.biz/go/rfulcher and take a look, then contact me on the page... I will personally call you
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