Just learned that DCEH stopped paying Aetna. Any claims from 2018 that were not submitted to Aetna prior to January 18 are not being paid and are our responsibility. Is anybody experiencing Aetna claim denials?
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File a complaint with the Department of Labor
File claim with Department of Labor via online filing. A representative from your state will call you in 48 hours. Currently they are transfering cases to California, where the first claim was reported.
I am now getting bills from doctors for me and my family, up to $4K now.
WE SHOULD BE REFUNDED THE PREMIUM that has been deducted in our paycheck so we can pay some of those bills.
i feel that the way SOUTH is handling the situation is very poor and they will start loosing employees including myself if they don't step up and do something.
It appears DCEH is the Grinch that keeps on taking. My family has been delivered almost 5K in medical bills that date as far back as December 18th 2018. What's particularly galling is that Aetna told me DCEH stopped supporting the insurance in late December, but Aetna didn't bother to inform even employees who called in to see if procedures were covered. When I spoke to some higher-ups at Aetna, they stated they had no legal obligation to inform us. We're just paying the bills a pittance each month. The doctors haven't complained.
Anybody looking to put a class action suit together for the medical claims. I can't get any help locally from any lawyer. Too many Crooks in the pot---DCEH- Studio One- South. No one know who to go after! I am sure it was planned that way. I owe 69,000. If anyone had been given legal advice I would
love to hear it.
I would not lose sleep over the ridiculous bill. You are in good company. Pay what you can $5, $10, $20 per month. The hospital, doctors will be happy to get anything. There are tons of folks out there who can not pay these exorbitant charges but that's another injustice story.
As for DCEH/EDMC it's not about wishing bad on anyone or anything, it is about justice. It goes without saying that it has become standard scam business practice to first screw over any cost center head count as they are the biggest drain on the bottom line: In your case it's called being defrauded of money that BELONGED TO YOU in the form of paid premiums, so.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, case in point, I give you 'Son of DCEH/EDMC.' Now recently morphed into the ongoing, radio silenced, hunkered down, don't make a peep, shape shifting failure factory called South University "Dba" the 'Fraudaversity.'
And they say it couldn't happen here. Watch and see.
Yep. Unfortunately had to be rushed to the hospital in December. Spent just one night there but had several different tests done, and between all that and the ambulance it’s totaling over $20k that won’t be covered. I told the hospital billing of the situation and basically advised I’ll pay them a little at a time, who knows if/when they’ll ever be PIF.
I try to not to wish bad on anyone, but there are several warm spots in hell reserved for many in this whole DCEH/EDMC nightmare.
I had a claim that Aetna paid a portion of, then sent the rest towards my deductible (which I did not meet) so I had a lab bill for $250.