By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News Karen Taylor had been coughing for weeks when she decided to see a doctor in early April.
COVID-19 cases had just exceeded 5,000 in Texas, where she lives. Cigna, her health insurer, said it would waive out-of-pocket costs for “telehealth” patients seeking coronavirus screening through video conferences.
So Taylor, a sales manager, talked with her physician on an internet video call. The doctor’s office charged her $70. She protested.Read more on themighty.com