Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Harold outside of Warsaw, Indiana

Harold outside of Warsaw, Indiana
Originally uploaded by walk4healthcare

Gruff but friendly, and with a face that oozed sincerity, Harold answered, “The insurance—80/20, but my wife is totally disabled so she’s on the Medicaid … and I got a $5,000 deductible! Every year, it just tears me up. We get good care over there at Lutheran in Ft. Wayne but it’s outrageous. When the doctor gives a regular prescription—not the generic stuff, and the pharmacist automatically gives you the generic, makes you sick and then you have to go back to the doctor to get the right stuff to send to the pharmacist, that don’t make no sense.” I asked Harold if he had any choice of coverage or if this was the only insurance offered.

“There’s no choice,” he told me.

Indeed ...

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