Envita and my Blue Cross Insurance

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Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 2/12/2010 9:48 AM (GMT -7)   
When I called Envita back in 08 they told me that they did not take insurance. I did not ask my Blue Cross to cover anything.
I had to get my x to give them his credit card. He did this not because he is madly in love with me...lol, but because we have a little girl who was losing her mother.
When the Dr. suggested that I get a port at a hospital I had to go. At the hospital they asked me if I had insurance. I said yes...but that I was getting my port for alterantive treatment, and that I should pay for it myself, she said not to be silly.
So my Blue Crosss paid for most of it. My port as a out patient.
 I finished my treatment in Feb. 09, my Blue Cross dropped me in March. And they dropped my daughter. Lilly who was then 5. I had been with them for 6 years with her.
They did not give me a reason for this.
So, heads up.
I am now healthy as a horse and looking for new insurance covergae with a new company.
Blue Cross has sued some Dr.s and put them out of business for treating cronic lyme patients.
I got dumped.
Our family all got lyme in 2004. It has been a long battle. But all is well now with my children. Feb 8 TH of 2009 is when I left Envita. And I am celebrating a year of perfect health.


jc27
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   Posted 2/13/2010 10:34 AM (GMT -7)   
Because of Lyme disease I too do not have insurance. The insurance industry in this country sucks.

Cheezhead
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   Posted 2/13/2010 10:38 AM (GMT -7)   
jc27 said...
Because of Lyme disease I too do not have insurance. The insurance industry in this country sucks.


Could not have said it better myself

Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 2/13/2010 12:10 PM (GMT -7)   
I have to agree with you on that one for sure!
Our family all got lyme in 2004. It has been a long battle. But all is well now with my children. Feb 8 TH of 2009 is when I left Envita. And I am celebrating a year of perfect health.


Dowa
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   Posted 2/13/2010 2:43 PM (GMT -7)   
You are entitiled to know the reason for Blue Cross dropping you, did you ask for an explanation in writing? D
 

Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 2/13/2010 5:12 PM (GMT -7)   
They had no reason to drop me, or moreover my 5 year old Lilly.
But they must have wondered why is the world I was getting a surgical port, and oh yeah, the abx that I had been put on at that time were for my bart which had just been found. So, they put two and two together.
They got a red flad when I they had to start paying for my abx treatment of my bart.
Our family all got lyme in 2004. It has been a long battle. But all is well now with my children. Feb 8 TH of 2009 is when I left Envita. And I am celebrating a year of perfect health.


Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 2/13/2010 5:16 PM (GMT -7)   
I don't think that the one dose of anx that I got for my bart cured me. I had alreay been drugged silly by 4 other Dr.s But I paid cash many times to avoid this problem. I was just to sick to cover myself at the time.

I think that I was cured by the alternative meds. and the huge amounts of supp. and vits that they put me on.

I also refused most of my abx treatment for the record. I had had enough. I am fine now. But I am still on a ton of vit. and supp. and a very strict diet. Which is now my life diet for me and for my kids.
Hell and back.
Our family all got lyme in 2004. It has been a long battle. But all is well now with my children. Feb 8 TH of 2009 is when I left Envita. And I am celebrating a year of perfect health.

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