Hey there! So, when you apply for health insurance, I've got this nifty progress report that keeps me in the loop until we hear back on whether you're approved or not. If it says "pending," it just means they're double-checking your prescription history – pretty standard stuff.
Now, when everything's smooth sailing, both you and I get a happy email saying, "Congratulations, you're approved!" 🎉 But, you know, life isn't always that straightforward. The report might throw some terms at me like APS, Pnote, or even Recall.
Let's talk about Recall for a sec. If that pops up, it means the verification folks want a chat with you. Here's the kicker: say you forgot to mention you have high blood pressure, but your prescription history spills the beans. Boom! That triggers a Recall. The report lays out the questions they'll ask you during the chat.
Armed with this intel, I give you a ring, and we dive into the Recall process together. I help you prep for the questions, and based on how you answer, we can usually figure out if you're in for the approval party or if we need to explore other health insurance options.
If it's a green light, I guide you through completing the Recall. If not, no worries – I'll find you another health insurance plan that fits like a glove. 🧤
Your health insurance wingwoman,
Lisa Ann Landry