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By emisara93 - / Tuesday 15 November 2016 00:38 / United States
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By  yerawizardlizzy  |  27

That's Insurance 101: Always check the provider list. Did you not discuss your options beforehand? That's something that affects both of you (and any children you might have) so both of you need to be actively involved.

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By  GhostFox  |  33

You may be able to get it changed by filing a complaint, if you got it through the marketplace and they didn't check if your doctors actually took that insurance or outright lied about it. Just look into it, you may find some way to get a different plan.

By  yerawizardlizzy  |  27

That's Insurance 101: Always check the provider list. Did you not discuss your options beforehand? That's something that affects both of you (and any children you might have) so both of you need to be actively involved.

By  Dat_Class_Tho  |  26

That's definitely something your husband should have checked before signing the papers. But it also irritates me how greedy doctors can be. The only reason they don't take lower end insurance is because the policy doesn't allow them to charge more than $100 for a very basic visit. Really? You spent all of five minutes out of your day to take my blood pressure and tell me that the symptoms I thought were a sinus infection are in fact a sinus infection. And you think that 5 minutes (and only telling me what I already know) is worth MORE than $100?

By  poppyseed22004  |  1

I would recommend calling your doctors and see what insurance they take and assuming you have insurance through the market place you can either call or go online and change the plan. You have until December 15th to pick or change a plan so your insurance starts on Jan 1st. I used to work at a call center for the makers place

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