health insurance

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  1. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    Shake your head? You commented that I must have never had good insurance before [if I thought the FedEx didn't suck]. Sorry you can't follow along.
     
  2. renegade169

    renegade169 NHS for Teamsters 776

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    You must have met your $1,600 individual, $3,200 family prescription out of pocket maximum (which is the same for premier and consumer plans).

    Congrats!
     
  3. trucking62

    trucking62 Active Member

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    I said prove my numbers wrong you can't because you don't work here. And you can't even come on here and talk about our healthcare because you don't use it so how would you know.
     
  4. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    Only 15% more? How much is FedEx charging you for premiums? What is the annual deductible for your FedEx plan?
     
  5. citydog

    citydog Well-Known Member

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    Well then let's compare apples to apples then. You keep comparing our insurance to crapcare. Had some friends who are on it gosh forbid you have to have something done close by. You may have to drive a ways off to find a doctor who takes it. So I guess that makes it ok because it's free NOT. Me personally I'm not going to spill my personal life beans on here for the whole world but have a member of my family with a terminal illness. Has had it for several years. The insurance has covered everything from head to toe and to boot only thing I've paid was either a copy or now it comes out of the HSA account.
     
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  6. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    What numbers you talking about? Where did I ever say they were wrong? I said your insurance doesn't suck. I don't have to experience something to know what it's like.
     
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  7. renegade169

    renegade169 NHS for Teamsters 776

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    Deductible is not the same as Out of Pocket Max. I just stated that many bills that have come in the mail over the years did not apply to the deductible because it is not covered by my benefit. Those plan premiums and deductibles for the ACA coverage vary by state. I'm not here to tout ACA so don't try to turn it in to that. You keep claiming how great we have it. So, why don't you start pumping out some numbers for our plan?
     
  8. renegade169

    renegade169 NHS for Teamsters 776

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    You've just shown how brown your eyes are, boy. We haven't had a co-pay system in a long time.
     
  9. Sex pistol

    Sex pistol Never Mind The Bollocks

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    I can only tell you of my experiences and they all are good. With the insurance that is,not all the hospital stays and other treatments.
     
  10. trucking62

    trucking62 Active Member

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    I don't need to show you. Maybe if you worked here you would know your deductible went up 380% but since you don't go fight your bs on the union thread. It's not common core math to figure out.
     
  11. citydog

    citydog Well-Known Member

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    That being said I didn't tell you how long this member has been sick. I said several years not week wise guy. I'm done with you your just a disgruntled employee who wouldn't be happy with a golden egg. Good day sir!!!
     
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  12. Sex pistol

    Sex pistol Never Mind The Bollocks

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    Not yet I got about $1,200 more to go until I get $1,600.
     
  13. Crazy Trucker

    Crazy Trucker Clown Math Expert

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    I had a small routine out patient procedure done last year cost about 2k out of pocket.
     
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  14. renegade169

    renegade169 NHS for Teamsters 776

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    It seems Geppetto's boys are on the prowl here tonight. I think I'm gonna take my old ass to bed. This place hasn't changed a bit.
     
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  15. trucking62

    trucking62 Active Member

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    Dude you don't even work here to even be able to discuss our healthcare. For you to be sticking your nose into this only shows me your a disgruntled ex teamster who probably feels they did you wrong. Take your bs to union thread like I said before you have no say here with our healthcare.
     
  16. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    I am well aware of the difference between deductible and out of pocket max. You said you would be better off in the long run. Prove it.
     
  17. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    I don't pay my bills in percentages, I pay them with dollars. If your deductible went from a nickel to a quarter that's a 400% increase, but has no real effect on your pocket. Let's have some numbers. Show me just how much your insurance sucks and I may just concede you have a point.
     
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  18. EX396

    EX396 Well-Known Member

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    You said it sucks. I am trying to tell you that you don't know how good you have it. I don't have to put my hand on a hot stove to know it's hot. Perhaps somebody telling you it's hot isn't good enough for you, you have to do it yourself. I can't help you with that problem. This isn't union/non-union, I've said the Teamster insurance is pretty damn good. You'll never find any post of mine saying the Teamster health plans suck. You don't need to make this a non-union/union debate.
     
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  19. citydog

    citydog Well-Known Member

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    I'll help you out we have 1200$ individual 3600$ family. Then you get 700$ in a HSA. So actually it's a 500$ individual and 2900$ family. Then if you participate in the well being assessment you can get and extra 100$ per adult. So you get 900$ in the HSA. Wow not a bad deal and also that money rolls over from year to year. Hope this helps you understand out terrible insurance. These numbers are based off the premier plan. Don't have the choice ones handy.
     
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  20. Sex pistol

    Sex pistol Never Mind The Bollocks

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    Something seems wrong about that. Did you contact Anthem or resubmit the claim?
     

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