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  • NotWearingPants
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    ""Last December, a doctor told me to get an MRI and see him again three weeks later to go over the results. I wanted to scream, 'Do you understand what it’s like to schedule an MRI?'

    I did - I had done it three months earlier. I knew it would require his office putting together a justification for the scan and sending that to my insurance company. That usually took a few days or a week. Then the insurance company would need to pre-approve the scan. That usually took a week or so - and another few days before I received a letter notifying me of the decision. Only then could I schedule the procedure.

    But for my doctor, getting an MRI was simple - he just had to ask me to do it.""

    My primary doctor's office gets the pre-approval, makes the appointment for the MRI and notifies me, usually within 3 or 4 business days. This guy needs a more patient-focused doctor.

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