I am at a loss. From a WLS point, follow up wise (I am post op), which is the best HMO? I am in So Cal btw, but more than likely I will be re-locating to Nor Cal before the year ends. I can't afford a PPO, I have no job and my dad pays my insurance now, though it's out of state. I just got papers to transfer to Blue Shield CA but not only did the monthly cost go up about $100 the co-pay went up about $10. Now he can no longer afford it. I am looking in to HMO, I do not go to the doc unless there is something really wrong and even then my dad's gf works in a hospital so I try to get the answer elsewhere. The only thing I really need is Rx, mental health (surgery has brought up some old wounds) and all things post op. Suggestions? Please?
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