Lacking Rules, Insurers Balk at Paying for Intensive Psychiatric Care

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Click Here to Read: Lacking Rules, Insurers Balk at Paying for Intensive Psychiatric Care  By Reed Abelson in The New York Times on  September 27, 2013.

Cathy Morelli, right, with her daughter Melissa. Their insurer ultimately was forced to pay for the mental health care for Melissa that it initially denied.

 

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One Comment on “Lacking Rules, Insurers Balk at Paying for Intensive Psychiatric Care”

  1. SysanMarie Stanton Says:

    I agree that Ms. Morelli had every right to save her daughter Mellissa from killing herself as much as any person from Another Health Agency who protects themselves by hiding behind employing Anthem or Any other Health care to limit people who need psycho therapy in addition to medication which is required for the treatment of Bipolar disorder. When these people are treated with one without the other it is putting a camera stand on one leg to survive rather than two which sets them up to fail.

    Shame on whoever thought of this EUTHENASIA TYPED WAY TO TREAT THE PEOPLE WHO PAY FOR THEIR INSURANCE WHO NEED IT THE MOST>

    Regards,

    SStanton

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