So profits is more important than the spread of Ebola or the flu.
You are exactly what is wrong with America. Let's hope Virgin displaces this greed.
Won't this spread germs and viruses?
Congress needs to ban the change fee
Airlines should not be allowed to charge a change fee to travelers who are feeling ill
Insurance is the reason for sky high health care costs. Insurance companies provide no health care but add 20-40% to the cost.
Translation: Aetna is going to increase the number of people buying into their scam. Aetna is not an ethical company. Aetna is the problem, not the solution to health care. We need class action lawsuits against Aetna. They are deceptive, lying, thieves.
The analogy Walmart is using could be expanded to say if the victims wasn't driving a small like a ford focus or honda civic but instead driving a semi truck there wouldn't be any injuries.
I wish I was on the jury. I would award the victim more than being requested.
Walmart, you better watch your back.
I have always respected walmart truck drivers. Not anymore. They declared war on every driver with their asinine attempt to blame the victim. Good luck walmart drivers. Your gonna need it.
I couldn't believe some of the horror stories I read. It sounds like Aetna is defrauding consumers paying into their scam.
Oh I do know very well what I am talking about.
Why don't you educate us and explain why Americans spend more on health care than any other country yet ranks 20-40 place in actual health care.
Insurance is why health care costs are out of control. It's not the lawsuits as insurance companies try and make us believe.
Aetna is a national disgrace to America's health care system.
I hope it doesn't happen but I wonder how long before someone with a terminal illness goes postal on Aetna. Aetna seems to not want to pay or drag things out hoping the patient dies first. Anyone that relies on Aetna for their well being is a mistaken fool.
It is because Aetna is a Wall Street wh@re and their game plan is to take in premiums and then denying service.
We need to either get rid of insurance companies or make them all nonprofit organizations.
Aetna paid for the appt and is now paying for the $150 device. They could have only spent $150 but instead ended paying an additional $450.
They have idiots working there.
The doctor wrote a prescription as "medically necessary". Aetna wouldn't approve the $150 item. So I had to make another $450 doctor appointment have the doctor provide additional information.
Aetna is being penny wise but pound foolish. They are trying to micromanage areas that they shouldn't stick their nose in. I'm just waiting to see a lawsuit against Aetna for trying to know better than the doctor.