"Well, I may have to revise my opinion after the encounter I just had. EVERYBODY TAKE NOTICE!!!!!!!!!
If you have been on the system for a while- you have to pay $150.00 to upgrade! The newbies get it for $50!
Call them and lodge a protest TODAY!…"
"It's $50 if you just started! If you've been on it for a while- it's $149.
Sounds like we're being punished for sticking with the company!
I've got a call in to a manager right now. EVERYBODY NEEDS TO BITCH ABOUT…"
"You must have BC/BS! They'll cover One-Touch with no co-pay- but it's $100 for the Freestyles! I tried to get my strips covered, but they refuse. Apparently they don't care how much their clients have to cart around.
Just read your post regarding Freestyle test strips..I also have BCBS...I live in Illinois...don't know whether there's differences between states. When I started on the OmniPod, I was told that it came out of ME, also...just take it out of somewhere was all I cared about. When I couldn't find the test strips on the website and couldn't get an intelligent answer from the person(s) who answered my calls....I was finally told to send in the prescription and "see" what happens....they sent the test strips and at my regular 20% co-pay. I can't figure out what's going on with them sometimes...free insulin one time not the next...what the ..........
Hi and welcome to TuDiabetes Leigh! I am from Tennessee also. :) We have a Tn Diabetics group on here if you'd like to join. Also, there is a gathering that has been set for October 11th in Cookeville, TN. We'd love to have you. You can find the information on the events page or contact me for more details. I hope you enjoy this site as much as I have!
So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
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