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Sorry to ask, Is it possible that the HMO does not have proper time allow for procedures for the number of patients that require the help they need.
This is one way to prevent cost to them. The department chair review my case and said the doctor said it is okay for me to wait for treatment that in the pass two years has allowed me to receive treatment a week prior to the ending of my lasts visits. My shots have been given to me prior to the three month mark. Now because I missed making my appointment, they are making a example of their powder we do not have to care for you because it is not a botox day.
My doctor was the one to give me the heads up her hands are tied, that she will not be allowed to make any changes to her schedule. This comes from her bosses. Her schedule is slated for clinical appointments. Last time I asked the appointment desk how many appointments were for botox it was twice a month mornings' only. My question would be can I request facts from membership services to review if patients requesting service does not equal enough appointments are available? Just stating to the HMO that they do not have the availability to offer the specialty services needed.
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