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  • D
    CAPITAL BLUE CROSS
    We purchased Capital Blue Cross thru the marketplace which started 1/1/2015. On the marketplace we were promised things like chiropractic, counseling etc without details provided. They sent ID cards, Hippa Statement and one page on how to access their web page. They never sent a health insurance policy which is a legal contract with specifics. They are a "value" company and from my current experience with them it is about them getting the value. I see very little value for me at their high prices. I talked to 2 out of 3 people who didn't want to help me get a policy or spend time helping me with my questions. They didn't really want to help answer my questions and told me they didn't want to help me. But I perservered. The first person said that if I just spent "some time on their web site I could look around on their web site for the answers".I told her that that isn't appropriate to sell me a health plan without getting the plan. I didn't want to put the pieces together. The last person was very helpful with discrepancies I couldn't figure out. (1),We had a PPO plan where we only pay the copayment and could go in-network and out-network. Why did it also say $6,000 individual/$12,000 family deductible responsibility? Found out that if we go in-network only have to pay copayment. Otherwise all out-network costs goes toward $6K and $12K before we can use the policy.(2). They advertise on TV it can be used in all 50 states. We have a suitcase on our ID card. But the 50 states is about visiting out of state. The 21 county coverage in our state is considered in-network. If you moved or stay out of state too long then you're going to have out-network acccumulation toward $6K and $12k. And then you should cancel this insurance I was told.(3). They never mentioned the huge list of preauthorization services where you get maybe 5-6 visits approved then need to reapproved again. All those little extras like chiropractor, counseling advertised in the marketplace look good on paper but they need approval and quess what ? You will be paying Capital Blue Cross a much higher amount than paying cash directly to the providers. Also the providers usually offer discounts for cash. Paying $40 directly to my chiropractor is cheaper without preauthorization than $70 with preauthorization because they considered it a specialist service. All those services are classified at their specialist rate. (4) The prescription coverage was OK not exciting. I still pay $20 each for some drugs. So basically since the congress and senate were so busy trying to get obamacare defeated the insurance companies are selling high cost insurance where no one can really get any benefit from it. My husband did an excell sheet on every plan offered in the marketplace(63 of them) for 2 weeks and by the time you reach the $6K or $12K mark you will be making these insurance companies profit and value for them but little value for us, the public. You will never get to use your insurance at the $6K/$12K deductible unless there is a catastrophic event. (5) Make sure to get them to send you a healthcare policy because it is easy to make mistakes when it comes to in-network and out-network costs. They say they will punish you if you use out-network providers and set it up like a mine field because you don't have a policy to help you know what you are doing ahead of time. Their web page isn't that useful when you are trying not to waste your money. I haven't written too many reviews on Angie's list but I am hoping that Capital Blue Cross improves the information they provide on their web site and send out a benefits booklet to their healthcare consumers at the time of purchase.
    - Janice F.
  • B
    CAPITAL BLUE CROSS
    We have had this insurance since July, but since I have 2 children under 2 years old, I've had the opportunity to use it a lot. The first issue I had was adding my newborn to the insurance. I don't know if the error was on the part of my husbands company or the insurance company, but it took several calls back and forth to get it straightened out. It should have been an easy process. Newborns are automatically covered for the first 30 days under a mothers insurance, and after that they just need the child's Ssn to add them. It took about another month to get figured out, but they did and then accepted claims from that time. I like that there is no copay for well child visits, because I have several of those with my young ones. However, I feel more and more the price for health insurance keeps going up while the coverage is less and less. I had a collection of blood vessels rapidly growing in a bump on my lip, most likely a result of my last pregnancy. It would randomly start bleeding (about once a day) and take a long time to stop (up to 2 hours). I had to go to a dermatologist to have it removed. I felt it was a very necessary procedure, and the dermatologist had a very comforting level of knowledge about the condition and treatment. In addition to the copay ($30 for a specialist) I had to pay about $200 out of pocket for that visit. I hadn't yet met my deductible, but they state that is only one part of determining coverage. Another part is necessity of treatment. I feel like the burden of proof in this case falls on me, but I am not comfortable haggling with the insurance company. Additionally, I paid less when I didn't have insurance for a similar procedure removing a bump from my shoulder, so I was surprised at the cost considering I had insurance this time. I'm thankful to have insurance, but I'm not always pleased with it.
    - Mary Y.
  • B
    CAPITAL BLUE CROSS
    I'm largely pleased with the company, though it's through work so I don't have a lot of choice. I have paid very little out of pocket for the last six years, though my care has largely been routine. There were two times that I needed to contact them that resulted in some frustration. Once, I had to visit an out of town doctor due to pneumonia, and though I called the insurance company first to attempt to clarify what procedures I should follow so that my visit would be covered, they STILL billed me and I had to protest and fight to get that doctor's visit paid for. Once, I called to try to figure out whether a fetal screening would be covered, and they would not answer the question squarely; they said it would be covered "if medically necessary" but refused to define what that meant practically (whether my doctor recommends it...?), apparently so that they could always decide
    - Laura E.
  • B
    AARP Medicare Plans
    After weeks of research,reading reviews etc.I called and enrolled in AARP's medigap F plan and preferred RX plan.I am sure I was rather annoying after placing numerous calls with numerous questions.The service I received was very professional ,courteous and thorough ,not to mention patient.The agent went through my drug list (several times) explained my co pays,and suggested using the 90 day mail order pharmacy would be another way to keep costs lower.I guess time will tell how good my choices were,but out of all the insurances I contacted,and there were many.I found AARP to be the best.My out of pocket drug costs were the lowest and the Medigap plan discount was also the best.
    - Frances D.
  • A
    GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL
    The hospital is quite nice, especially the maternity rooms. I didn't expect such a spacious, inviting, nice area. My only complaint about my stay would be that one of the nurses wasn't too great; she seemed reluctant to give me pain meds, and would show up an hour after I was scheduled for another pill despite me asking her to remind me and come again. Otherwise, everyone was nice and the environment was great.
    - Laura E.
  • A
    Milton S Hershey Medical Center
    They are wonderful. They are on top of things.
    - Stephanie B.
  • A
    Milton S Hershey Medical Center
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    - Sean D.
  • A
    Highmark Blue Shield
    Have had no problems. However, coverage has become more expensive as the ACA has begin to be implemented.
    - Eileen G.
  • D
    CVS Pharmacy
    Was completly ignored by everyone.
    - Ruth D.
  • A
    CVS Pharmacy
    CVS Pharmacy is fast and convient. you can pick up your prescriptions from any of them because they are web linked. i will use them again in the future.
    - Philip H.
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