Maggie's new formula is crazy expensive. The good news is that it is sometimes covered by insurance - so we were hoping for that. Otherwise, we would just deal, but it would be a help (obviously) if it was covered. The doc submitted the claim, and then the pharmacy called me. They said that they didn't have the right insurance number for Maggie. I thought that was weird, as Hulk had just been to the doc and we all have the same numbers - and he had no issues.
So I called the insurance. They told me that since the formula is available over the counter, it gets rejected automatically, but all your doc needs to do is to resubmit and it should be fine.
But Aaron was home on Weds, and we got a call from the doc explaining that it appeared to them that Maggie's insurance was canceled. WTF? I was having friends over for lunch - so Aaron did the calling around. You are NEVER going to believe what happened. I obviously had to call in and add both Maggie and Nora to my insurance to be sure that everything was covered, and we then canceled Nora's. Well. When they call to submit claims, they do it by birth date. So - when they call, the computer would pick up twin A first (Nora) see that her policy was canceled, and then reject the claim - not looking for another child with that birth date. Obviously, twins are rare, and losing a twin is even MORE rare, but serioulsy.
Now the insurance company is fixing Maggie's number so that doesn't happen again - but you've got to be kidding me! Poor Aaron was on the phone for over an hour telling our story over and over again. Good times.