Friday, August 07, 2009

Whew!!!

In the 11h hour, Horizen BCBS corrected their mistake, so I have a few more days here. Everyone should be back from vacation Friday (today) and will make arrangements for a successful transition.

The Davita Dialysis center social worker will be back Tuesday, so she will help on her end.

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19 comments:

Mike said...

Good news, old man.

HR Diva said...

good news joe, I will try and call or stop by soon

MB

Quirkyloon said...

Thank goodness! So glad to hear the good news DOM! *smile*

Pricilla said...

Yay!!!! I am glad it got sorted out for you.
Stupid bureaucrats.

Joel Klebanoff said...

Congratulations. Hopefully this is the start of string of good news.

Stacie's Madness said...

sweet!!!

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot said...

That's good news. If paperwork and red tape ever get straightened out, it's almost miraculous.

Anne said...

Thank goodness! I have been worried. You were almost a victim of "not my job."

nonamedufus said...

Good sense prevailed in the end then. That's good news. Must have given you a few anxious moments.

Don said...

About damn time!!! Glad to hear it Joe.

Lauren said...

Glad it was resolved. no system is perfect but we have a damn good one and it worked for you.

Adullamite said...

Good news!

Winky Twinky said...

Yay...glad to hear that!!! Take care, DOM...

Kathy said...

Glad to hear it, Crotchety. Weeee! Home, sweet home!

nipsy said...

Doesn't it seem like just when you think they couldn't screw you anymore, they find one more pineapple to shove up your arse? Glad things ended up getting fixed though. Damn government..

Lin said...

Whew! I'm glad they aren't tossing you out on the curb!

Janna said...

Glad things are starting to get sorted out.
I bet it's still frustrating, though.

If you want me to fart in their general direction, I will.

In fact... we might as well say I already did. :)

Lola said...

Good to hear. But why do they (the man, the bureaucracy of hospitals, whatever you want to call it) always mess with people? Where is the common sense?

FishHawk said...

That is indeed good news. For you can now go back to griping about having to stay there with the lousy food and nurses who don't know the difference between a brillo pad and a soapy sponge, come bath time.