TID Board Of Directors
- Nov 29, 2013
Get back to your doctor "STAT" as the medical pros like to say, explain the problem with insurance and his referral buddy. If he cannot or will not help, google other cardiologists in your area. Many of them may want a referral first, but if you catch a sympathetic ear on the phone it may help. A google search will also tell you which doctors accept which insurance.Thanks bro, your info. makes me feel better about this. Been reading up on it and can't find any definitive info. other than info. that concerns me. What does 'oxygenated blood to the lungs mean'? The other issue I'm having is a heart rate of 30-35 at times. Any idea why my heart rate gets so low?
I called a cardiologist my Dr referred me to and they don't take my ins., AARP United Health Care, WTF ??? I guess U.H.C. don't pay them enough to keep me alive!
Blue Cross Blue Shield is the 800lb gorilla ... after Medicare ... but United Health Care is NOT a minor player in the caregiving-for-bux league.