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    cwille posted:
    well , i guess it's time, now i am going to do the bronchial thermoplasty, just waiting for insurance now, kind of nervous about it , but i have been through just about everything so why not try this.
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    cwille responded:
    still waiting for insurance to deny or cover , this is going to be a looooong wait, lol
     
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    galaaday replied to cwille's response:
    I waited about 6 months altogether. My insurance turned me down 2x. Went to an independent review, which overturned the insurance company.
     
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    amcate replied to cwille's response:
    I've had to deal with insurance on other issues, so I can relate. I had a slight smile when reading your comment as my insurance at the time I was trying to get to National Jewish told me I was, "just playing games" because I was asking for the insurance and provider to provide me an estimate of cost before I went or at least the general coverage I would have (ie, can they balance bill?, etc). Wishing you luck.


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