There has been much buzz on both sides of the fence in healthcare about the recent news articles concerning the Apple Health app.
I get to join the rest of the people who are adjusting to new insurance plans this year. My company changed coverages, albeit the changes are somewhat slight. Some are actual improvements, some are definite changes. Most straightforward but a few that should be simple are anything but that.
I’m having a heck of a time trying to figure out my prescriptions. The prices & classifications (tiers) are not the issue. It’s where I can get them from & how many pills at a time. It doesn’t really say, for sure, in a clear manner.
I recently found a great Kickstarter project called Dr. Poket for medication management & I did this blog post about it. But one of my support group friends/Gift of Life stay buddies posted about this IndieGoGo project the same day (on Facebook) I found this company. The company’s product account also connected with me on Twitter that same morning. I was very excited about this device too because one thing that will never go away for me – either now, or after my lung transplant – is the need to measure my lung function on a regular basis…
Normally, I read comments on articles for comedic value & can roll with the punches. Even punches from someone who clearly has no clue what they’re talking about. However, this weekend I was rubbed the wrong way & maybe it’s the rawness of what I’ve been through the past few months that triggered it.