on 8/10/18 2:52 pm
Hi, that's good news. I'm looking for an in network bariatric surgeon for BCBS adavantage(Medicare) in TN.
was this yours by any chance?
on 3/14/18 5:42 am
Hello Everyone, I currently live just outside of Knoxville Tennessee. I work as a Registered Nurse and have a Highmark BCBS through my employer. Our plan states they will not cover the actual bariatric surgery but will cover complications related to the procedure. Anyone had gastric sleeve done in the south eastern US where they had to self pay for the procedure? Any tips? Any doctor recommendations? I have been debating the surgery for years and just really feel like I need to move forward with my decision.
on 3/8/18 4:24 pm
I have BCBS and was curious how long it takes you get approved? Also, what requirements are you required to do? I've been on phentermine at a weight loss clinic & been prescribed Qsymia by my regular doctor over the past year but nothings helped.
on 1/23/18 5:32 am
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on 10/18/17 7:41 pm
These sweet things are just what you need this week. Smoky grilled chicken breasts pair perfectly with peach salsa. Fruit and meat really were made to go together, and this recipe proves it! You can use freshly peeled and chopped peaches or frozen, prepared ones, depending on how much time you have. While the confection-like fruit mixture is simmering on the stove, you can switch gears and grill up the chicken. Spoon a bit of the sauce over each piece of chicken before you serve it. Yum!