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re: Lexapro , insurance won't cover?

Posted by nhg on July 5, 2003, at 16:56:54

In reply to re: Lexapro , insurance won't cover?, posted by BLKVETTES on July 4, 2003, at 19:33:16

Maybe I won't make any friends with this belief, but I really don't think insurance companies are *always* monsters. I too was disappointed to find out that my insurance would only cover lexapro in part (I pay $35 copay) but at least they cover part of it. I don't know everyone's particulars, but sometimes I think for how little I pay for insurance (my costs are less than the retail cost of lexapro - I'm sure some of you pay much more), it's a pretty good deal to know that I'll be covered in a big expensive traumatic emergency. I'm sure some of you have had or heard of bad experiences with insurance companies who wouldn't cover people's huge bills - I have too - but I'm saving my complaints for those situations when they really are evil instead of my $35 co-pay. I've always gotten more out of insurance than I've paid in (not including my employer's contibution), which I think is remarkable.

That's how I feel given my personal experience. I'm not particularly a fan of insurance companies, I'm just saying this to maybe give you another point of view so you won't be so angry about things that are, for the most part, out of our control.




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