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I'm a happy girl. I met with the local Animas rep yesterday. First off, the rep was awesome. Very thorough and our conversation was fluid, all questions answered beyond my expectations, and I was very impressed. Second, I am also quite impressed with the Animas Ping itself! I got to know the Ping pretty much inside and out. I explained my concerns about possibly not being covered. She said that usually her type 2's, if not initially approved, are often approved upon what's called a peer-to-peer review with the doctor and the outside company who does approvals, etc. SO, that was reassuring!
I have to call my diabetes doc on Monday, set up the testing that my insurance is requiring, and go from there...
I'm on my way!