Sorry to be such a pest about the insurance coverage stuff...
I am wondering if anyone can tell me the specifics about Time Warner Cable & what they cover & do not cover... I have a friend who works for them in Maine & she thinks they cover like 10 IVF's & all meds at 100%... But then I read on another website that they only cover 3 IVF's & all meds but did not specify at what %... We really need to get one of us a job with benefits... It's our only hope & I'm willing (at this point) to move ANYWHERE to acomplish this... Can you hear the pathetic desperation in my words??? Does anyone know also what kind of pay their installers get??? My husband has done Cable installs for several years... We can't have him accept a position that pays crappy...
Also, we live in Utah & I heard that a company called TRW has benifits here - But I don't know what they cover or even what kind of company they are... Any info on that too???
Sorry again to be a pest... Thanks for any info...
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05-26-2006, 04:52 PM #1Tanya T.Registered Userhas no status.
Time Warner coverage ???
06-10-2006, 09:21 AM #2MonkeyMomRegistered Userhas no status.
Hi Tanya just saw your post...I used to work for Time Warner and dh still does. They cover all testing and procedures with up to 3 attempts at IVF unless one of the first two results in a live birth. All you should have is specialist office visit copays $30, and pharmacy copays $15 generic/$30 brand name. The plan here in WI is through United Healthcare. Hope this helps!! As far as installers go though...I think they get an hourly rate which probably isn't fabulous...I know the contracted installers get paid per thing they do (drill hole, install plate, etc...) so I think they make more, but they do not get insurance. So if you are seriously considering doing IVF or such making less hourly might be worth the insurance and not havign to pay out of pocket. If you have any more questions let me know I will try to dig up dh's insurance book.
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06-11-2006, 12:22 PM #3ilovechildrenRegistered Userhas no status.
question about Time Warner
I was reading your thread . I have a interview for Time Warner this Thursday. I have already talk to a woman who work there stated they she have insurance with Blue Cross. My question is does Time Warner offer more than one insurance plan? Please any info is helpful Thanks
06-11-2006, 12:43 PM #4DavisoRegistered Userhas no status.
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I wonder if they cover the same in all states? (I'm in FL)
07-02-2006, 11:52 AM #5
I am the friend that Tanya referred to at the beginning of this post. Guess I was wishful thinking when I told her that Time Warner covers 10 IVF's. Time Warner has two different types of insurance... Well, that is how it is here anyway (in Maine). For HMO, they have Harvard Pilgrim and for PPO, they have Blue Cross Blue Shield. IF coverage is the same regardless of the plan that you choose. I am not sure if their coverage is the same state-to-state, though. I am also not sure what their installers are paid (it is hourly) as I work in the administrative part. If anyone else has any more questions, I can look up the info in my benefits books...
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