Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by Tipsycatlover, May 29, 2018.
Yes I do have Medicare and this is Medicare insurance.
Well an urgent care that doesn't accept Medicare assignment is a bad urgent care.
The urgent care is out of network. And helped me instead of taking the co pay and telling me to get cough syrup from the corner drug store.
You must have a Medicare Advantage plan.
Sounds like it since there was an $80 copay for ER. If med advantage there would be no Medicare assignment in this instance.
It doesn't matter since I eventually had to pay out of pocket which is what I have always done anyway.
With insurance gets you no care. Paying gets you very good care.
This is the same as single payer. No care at all.
Medical Advantage have copays and deducts, depends on what plan your on.
I pay nothing since I have Medicare and medigap.
I bet when you went to Urgent Care, your bronchitis was worst, as they would of given you a breathing tx in ER if you were SOB. You are leaving out imp. info here.
What You Pay in a Medicare Advantage Plan
They are trying to push more Medicare Advantage plans and get rid of medigaps. Ins companies make more money.
No I'm not. If you want Medicare for all, this is what you want. Medicare is basically no care at all. If you want care, pay for it.
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