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Health Insurance - SSDI Issues Board Index
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Ssdi - cdr
Jul 31, 2018
... orida has denied continuing benefits at this point until evaluation and that I am a normal healthy person from their view. How is that possible when I have more health issues now than I had 12 years ago? ... (0 replies)
... ge kidney disease and at one point 3rd stage kidney disease. If you looked at me you would never think I would be on disability. However, being proactive with my health and access to Medicare I believe is a life saver. ... (0 replies)
... would run into the same problems as the current system and it too will not be adequate because it would not be addressing the uderlying problem and cause of the health care crisis. The underlying problem is too many people getting sick and requiring health care and driving health insurance and costs up. ... (11 replies)

... employed and have been for the last 5 years. Until recently, every health plan I've ever been under has covered it. Until recently, I always had health insurance. ... (3 replies)
... In comment to the legal responsibility, Doctors are not obligated to CONTRACT their rates for services unless there is a benefit to do so as described above. An insured party do have certain rights to benefits they pay for and it was obviously determined from the appeals that this procedure should have been covered and they admit to same, and as evidence of same they agree to... (4 replies)
... I hate health insurance! Why is health insurance ONLY for the healthy? ... (14 replies)
... your insurance carrier is prohibited from providing your employer with any specific health information. There is some truth to the possibility of certain health conditions "following" you. ... (2 replies)
... Wondering if there is any law protecting patients who do have health care insurance, but the provider list does NOT have the type of specialist needed in their provider list. ... (4 replies)
Health Insurance
Sep 19, 2010
... Under the new legislation a child of an insured parent can remain on the parent's health insruance until the child reaches age 26. ... (1 replies)
... Most pregnant women that don't currently have health insurance coverage can quality for Medicaid. ... (2 replies)
... I agree. First, COBRA will be easy to start. Individual health insurance may require full underwriting which can include medical records, questionnaire completion and a mini med exam if needed. ... (10 replies)
... I have never had health insurance for the duration of my life and I am about to obtain a job that has full health benefits provided by the employer. I currently take 30 mg of Lexapro 1x per day and 10 mg of Adderall IR 2x per day. ... (7 replies)
... I have never had health insurance for the duration of my life and I am about to obtain a job that has full health benefits provided by the employer. I currently take 30 mg of Lexapro 1x per day and 10 mg of Adderall IR 2x per day. ... (7 replies)
... I have never had health insurance for the duration of my life and I am about to obtain a job that has full health benefits provided by the employer. I currently take 30 mg of Lexapro 1x per day and 10 mg of Adderall IR 2x per day. ... (7 replies)
... While I don't know the specifics of your plan, any health plan that is only $19.98/month probably isn't very good. At best, it may offer you discounts at pharmacies or something, but it probably doesn't hold any weight as an actual "medical insurance." (3 replies)
... and we had a 3 hour discussion about the United State's past attempts at ensuring "health for all" through primary health care. What should our elected leaders do to ensure "health for all" and possibly move toward a true system of PHC in the United States? ... (11 replies)
... Have you tried getting an HMO where you pay only $10 per visit to doctors, and Hospital non emergency is $1,500 deductable, and it pays 100% if you go for an emergency? I believe HMO's can Not turn you down for pre-existing conditions. I have pre-existing conditions and I have never been turned down by HMO. I have been turned down by Life Ins. companies and other med ins. ... (7 replies)
... that helps pay for medical bills and doctor visits, prescriptions, etc... and it's a PPO program. It's not insurance, but pretty much does the same thing as health insurance in a way. ... (7 replies)
... I am retired and paying my employer to keep my health insurance through their group. I can continue that until I reach 65, I am currently 57. ... (2 replies)
... Not unless you buy a prescription only plan. Individual Health Insurance is far more expensive than group (Employer) health insurance as risk in group plans is spread over a large pool of players where Individual is priced purely on your medical history, medications, diagnoses. Anything you are being treated for now will likely be pre-ex and not covered until you've paid... (14 replies)




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