I am a long-term glioblastoma survivor, and had a prior authorization for an MRI denied for my 9 month MRI - they would only allow one MRI a year … I had my neuro-oncologist call, and it was still denied. Even though we are in uncharted waters with MRI surveillance once a year, insurance wouldn’t pay for anymore because ‘how many years since diagnosis does not warrant surveillance without symptoms.

– Danielle G., Michigan
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Have you ever gone to the pharmacy to fill a prescription only to be told that your insurance company requires approval before they'll cover your treatment? Have you ever waited for days, weeks, or months for a test or medical procedure to be scheduled because authorization from an insurer? Or are you a physician frustrated with the administrative headaches and their impact on your patient?

Prior authorization is a burden on patients and physicians alike. The process is confusing, time consuming, and — most importantly — can cause delays in patients receiving the care they need.

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