I’ve written several posts about my problems with New York State of Health and Affinity Health Plan. Today I want to write what I hope will be the last entry in this miserable saga. In a nutshell, I lost my health insurance at the beginning of this year. Whether the fault lies with Affinity or with New York State of Health, my health insurance policy was canceled. The problem is that, once it was canceled, it took six months to get it reinstated.
Yes, you saw that correctly, it took SIX MONTHS!
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I posted the other day about how my healthcare was completely messed up. I added a couple of updates to that post, but I thought it might be easier to add a new post. To re-cap:
I received a call from the New York State of Health telling me that I hadn’t renewed yet. I won’t go into all of the details (my other post Why New York State of Health is an Epic Fail for the long version.) Following all of the problems, I received a bill from Affinity and paid for January and February. They told me that I had to make sure that New York State of Health knew that I had coverage.
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I cut New York State of Health lots of slack. The first year, I was unable to get signed up in time to have health insurance. I was told that it was just too bad and I would have to do without for a year. I figured it was my fault for not staying on the phone long enough.
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