We Now Return to Our Regular Programming

So last week I got this in the mail.  Note that it’s due in 7 days.  You know what I’ve got to say to that?  HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HA HA HA!  Notice also that for my convenience, they’ll let me pay by credit card. That would indeed be convenient—but so is Hamburger Helper, and I ain’t doing that either.

Really, is there anyone on the face of the earth that thinks that putting 33k on my Visa would be a good idea? 

You might be wondering if that bill was for a surgery, hospitalization, etc.  Nope.  It was for radiation.  Now, it wasn’t for the doctor, or the therapist, or any of the other people.  This bill is apparently for the use of the lovely facility.  You want to talk about high rent.  I’m thinking for 33-grand I should have been able to watch the stinkin’ Food Network instead of those horrible soap operas.  And for that kind of money, I’m entitled to open the blinds and let a little light into the joint.  But I suppose it doesn’t really matter, because all that stuff has moved to the new building anyway.  I hate to think what radiation there would cost.

Now before you all freak out and plan a chili supper to raise money for me or put a can with my face on it by the cash register at the Mexican restaurant, I have to tell you that upon further investigation we discovered that the hospital submitted the claim to the insurance under my SSN instead of Hubster’s.  So, the insurance company declined it, and consequently, the hospital billed me.  They are resubmitting that and the insurance should pay it all.


6 Responses to “We Now Return to Our Regular Programming”

  1. candlehelper Says:

    Looks like ur paying for new building

  2. Theresa Says:

    YIKES!! Thank God for insurance! You probably already paid for their building too.

  3. Preacher's Wife Says:

    I’ll have a word with my sister—-she didn’t tell me they were paying her so well!

  4. Lost in the South Says:

    Well hear ye, hear ye….Where does she come up with these titles? Ha! Listen little girly, you have got more “Forest” in me than I do.

  5. throwslikeagirl74 Says:

    Dang I think I would have had a heart attack right there. Gotta love insurance.

  6. Mary Creger Says:

    I received bills like that. They almost put me into cardiac arrest. I think that I’d rather fight cancer again. We are still trying to get one hospital to see the light over a bill missplaced or misapplied or something and I think that it was the one for …radiation! Go figure. I do love insurance though and can’t for the life of me imagine what those without it do.

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