We all know how expensive medical insurance is. IMHO, I pay entirely too much for mine, only to have them try and dictate what's best for my medical care to my doctor, and yet that's exactly what I am experiencing with Pacific Source. I am 63, so only have less than 2 years before being forced to Medicare anyway. Now, couple this frustration with the frustration of CVS not being able to fix their communication problems between them and my doc's office over my prescriptions. They keep emailing me that they have reached out to my doc, but not heard back and could I call them to move things along. This has gone on for years, and I keep having to call my doc to get things moving. Well, I should have asked sooner, but it wasn't until this most recent debacle over diabetes medication that I asked the doc's office about why they don't answer CVS inquiries directly, and it turns out they have never heard anything from CVS. I have tried, and failed to communicate this "failure to communicate" with CVS and have found it to be one of the most painful experiences in dealing with a large corporation I have had since my battle with Sears. (Well, we've all seen what happened to Sears, right? I'm sure I didn't bring them down singlehandedly. LOL, but it was most certainly their lack of customer service ability that did, in my view) Anyway, I believe I'm on the cusp of switching my pharmacy services to a local option, and give up on mail order prescriptions since it's becoming painfully clear CVS is failing miserably at it. Is anyone else having any luck with them?
All that said, does anyone have recommendations for Medicare supplement coverage you've been happy with? I need to start doing my homework on it.