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Will an insurance company pay for the same surgery twice in less than a year.. 10 months to be exact?
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A 40-year-old member asked:
Why do big health insurance companies pay their executives so much? I can’t pay my premium or my deductible, and I live in fear that i’ll get sick or injured.
Dr. Slade Suchecki answered
17 years experience Family Medicine
You aren't Alone: I imagine they have much responsibility, which may justify their salaries; however with constant rising premiums and reduced reimbursments, i feel the ... Read More
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What are chances or precedents of insurance company paying for breast reduction when breast size causes health issues?
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