My physician increased my anti-rejection meds for my kidney transplant. His nurse called in the change on Friday.
Today, Wed. I called to check on the order. They had no record of a change in the script. I called the nurse, and she called them, and they told her, the script was waiting to be shipped, they were waiting on me to call to tell them when to ship.
I never received a call from them stating they needed me to call. I called them back to okay the shipment. They have no record of a change in my script. I am ready to pull my hair out.
I do not know how they operate, when one person says something, I think it is okay, and then find out I can't have my meds. This is the second time something similar has happened. I need my meds by tomorrow evening. They more than likely will tell me I cannot get them locally.
I guess the insurance company would prefer to pay $80,000.00 for me to be on dialysis rather than get the meds here on time, so I can keep my kidney. This should be a criminal offense!!!
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