Today's the day! Our boys' life-saving medications are officially no longer covered.
Luckily, I got refills a week before coverage ended. Last week. I received the physical copy of the letter their doctor had previously emailed to me. The second letter. The first letter never reached the intended folks at the insurance company. Their physician faxed a letter again on September 4th. Pictures of the doctor's second letter, the letter stating we can't appeal until our plan changes (back), and pictures of what we will now have to pay instead of a $150 co-pay.
I've really enjoyed reading the comments on Twitchy and the Daily Caller. Some people are worried about the left attacking me or the IRS auditing us. The left thinks I'm lying, as usual. What can I say!? I post receipts/invoices, the letters, doctor's letter and still they think I'm lying. If what they see here doesn't convince them that I am telling the truth, I don't know what will.
I thought if I put everything here, with the exception of the 11 letters stating which meds were being dropped from coverage, folks might actually believe it. Well, rational beings. The 11 letters from insurance stating which meds are no longer covered can be found here. Sorry for links just being cut and pasted. Writing this as we head to second doctor appointment of the day!
Doctor's letter trying to appeal the meds no longer being covered:
Below is the letter stating we can't appeal until our plan changes ( again? Changes back? Because these meds have been covered for years):
We used to pay a total of $150 in prescription copays fir the compounded meds that are no longer covered. Now we will pay $653.58. One med is available from a pharmaceutical company which will cost us $33.33 each month ( total for both boys) plus the $513.50 and $106.75 monthly - I did mock orders to see how it would change costs for us. Keep in mind that we already pay $150-$200 each month for the other OTC portions of the mito cocktail already. This on top of all the other prescription copays that Obamacare has increased.