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    mmHeather34
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    Hi ladies. The third newsletter, Financing your Botox Treatment for Vaginismus, is now referenced on the website at:

    http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=1dd4a9a73c9f83aac77198b21&id=e419ab7973&e=c214ca335b

    This is an excellent resource ladies and includes important information on all aspects of Financing, including: CareCredit, Family/Church, Insurance, and reimbursement received as a result of working with Diane Tremblay.

    Excerpts from the Newsletter include:

    “Our office works with a 3rd party billing specialist, Diane Tremblay of DMT Insurance Billing Services – this service is known as “Courtesy Billing.” Diane’s mission is to provide our patients with high quality, professional medical insurance billing with integrity and timeliness. Financial reimbursement is her goal for each and every patient.

    Presently, I am a participating physician with Aetna and Anthem; however, I will no longer be associated with Aetna effective July 1st or Anthem/Blue Cross effective September 1st. This does not mean that you will not be able to file a claim with Aetna and Anthem/Blue Cross for your Botox treatment; however, it does mean that you would need to have “out of network” benefits. DMT Insurance Billing Services is knowledgeable in acquiring “out-of-network” reimbursement for those patients who have this benefit.

    Diane has done an amazing job going to bat for countless patients helping them collect insurance reimbursements. We all know how difficult it can be; yet Diane with her 25 years of experience with insurance coding knows exactly what needs to be done.”

    A further wonderful aspect of the Newsletter is reading patient testimonials of their own experiences concerning collecting reimbursement from their various insurance providers. One such patient writes:

    “We were fortunate that our insurance covered Dr. Pacik and his office. After our Botox treatment procedure, a wonderful lady named Diane Tremblay filed the insurance claim for us. She was awesome! She made sure we would get as much of a refund as possible. We had to pay up front for the procedure, but in about a month, we got our insurance reimbursement. After going to Manchester, and meeting the wonderful staff, I would have paid for the procedure regardless if the insurance covered or not. The work that they’re doing is remarkable in my opinion.”

    I encourage you to read the third newsletter as, again, it is a wonderful source of information concerning all aspects of financing your procedure.

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    Becca
    Participant

    I got this newsletter in my email and thought it was cool to read. When my husband and I found this treatment we didn’t know how we would pay for it either. We already had a Care Credit account that we had to use for our cat (and was paid off) but we knew we just did not/could not afford to go into debt trying to pay for treatment. After praying about it and talking with my Aunt (my confidant through this!) she suggested starting a fundraiser to come up with the money to make the trip. At first I was unsure because due to travel, our goal was to come up with $8,000, which was a huge number. Some people in our life knew that we were struggling to get pregnant, and some did not. We basically decided to take a step out in faith. My uncle created a pay-pal account and a website for us, and we shared some of our story publicly – on our FB, with our Church and friends and family. We did not share details, I made a point of stating on our website that it was something that was really private and emotionally painful for me to talk about. We said that I had a medical condition that was preventing us from being able to start a family. We said that we had tried a number of other treatments but nothing had worked and that there was a treatment in NH that had a huge success rate for helping people with this condition. Then we waited. It was incredible. We announced and shared our website on November 11, 2013 and we had all the funds and were able to have treatment on February 24, 2014. People were SO kind, and so generous. I was really nervous that people would be constantly asking me for more details, and there were a few people that did, but on the whole most people completely respected our privacy. Now I know that this may not be a plausible thing for everyone to do, but something to at least consider. I know for me as a Christian, it was amazing to witness God working so actively in our life and just to see what He is capable of doing. There is a quote that I read once and it is really fitting — “You get in life what you have the courage to ask for.” 🙂

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    mmHeather34
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    Quote from Becca on April 1, 2014, 16:56
    I got this newsletter in my email and thought it was cool to read. When my husband and I found this treatment we didn’t know how we would pay for it either. My uncle created a pay-pal account and a website for us, and we shared some of our story publicly – on our FB, with our Church and friends and family. We did not share details, I made a point of stating on our website that it was something that was really private and emotionally painful for me to talk about. We said that I had a medical condition that was preventing us from being able to start a family. We said that we had tried a number of other treatments but nothing had worked and that there was a treatment in NH that had a huge success rate for helping people with this condition. Then we waited. It was incredible. We announced and shared our website on November 11, 2013 and we had all the funds and were able to have treatment on February 24, 2014. People were SO kind, and so generous.

    This is an incredibly amazing story Becca and so, so wonderful. :):):)

    #12661
    kelseroo
    Participant

    Wow, Becca, that is amazing! Now I wish I would have done that. My husband and I are trying to pay back the money we borrowed for my procedure and making payments on a cancer removal surgery my husband had and its really stressful trying to make ends meet. I’m so happy for you and your hubby for being so brave and asking for help!

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