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Old 12-29-2019, 06:19 PM
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Very sound advice. Blue Cross Blue Shield was most helpful during the in between years. And no worry about pre existing conditions.
Good Luck! We currently have BC/BS Medicare Advantage Plan and The Villages Health will not accept it. We are months behind in appointments and we are having a very hard time finding specialists in TV that will accept our insurance. Very disappointing. Our premium is $1,050 per month. We have compared our insurance to Florida Blue, USA Health, Humana, etc. and they are no where close to what we need for coverage. Other than that we love living here but having medical coverage non-acceptance was not in the plan!
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Old 12-29-2019, 07:18 PM
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Try using GoodRX app. Pretty good discounts.
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This is an example of why pre-existing clauses are necessary in health insurance. When this person gets gravely ill they will either: 1. Show up at an ER as an uninsured, charity patient (meaning we all pay) or 2. get insurance under Obamacare (meaning those of us who have been paying premiums monthly our entire life, subsidize their care).
Couldn’t agree more!
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Old 12-29-2019, 10:06 PM
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This is an example of why pre-existing clauses are necessary in health insurance. When this person gets gravely ill they will either: 1. Show up at an ER as an uninsured, charity patient (meaning we all pay) or 2. get insurance under Obamacare (meaning those of us who have been paying premiums monthly our entire life, subsidize their care).


QUOTE=tophcfa;1705855]Couldn’t agree more![/QUOTE]

Just how would a pre-existing clause prevent either of these things from happening?
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