So my insurance at work is very good in most. respects. Company pays a large part of the total cost. Very pleased to have a good job and insurance. But why does Aetna have to make everything so hard?
Starting with the sirolimus I just received, they'll only ship a 1-month supply. The next batch is shipped 1-week before you need it to stay alive! I kind of like having a few weeks or even a month extra, just in case there is a problem. Ya know? Ever heard of hurricanes? Ever heard of UPS / Fed-x loosing a package? Ever heard human error? Ever had a package be delivered to the wrong place?
I'd pay an extra 5% just to go back to BCBS.
Anybody else lucky enough to have Aetba insurance?