Amarillo, Texas -
AMARILLO -- We have a follow up to a story we first told you about yesterday.
According to an AETNA spokesperson, the end of BSA accepting AETNA also affects people who have medicare and use AETNA as a secondary insurer.
As of October 1, BSA will no longer accept AETNA.
BSA says the two have been unable to agree on a payment schedule.
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