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Medtronic

Health and Beauty
  • 2 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 88 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $770K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $32K AVERAGE LOSS
1.8
Staff
Customer service
Website
  • Training 2
  • Equipment 2
  • Pump and trainer 2
  • Medtronic rep 1
  • Product 1

Customers don't like

  • Process after sales5
  • Bad communication4
  • Customer service4
  • No one takes responsibility of issues4
  • Customer service attitude3
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Omnipod

Drug Stores and Drugs
  • 0 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 77 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $38.4K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $2.1K AVERAGE LOSS
3.1
Staff
Customer service
Website
  • How it frees up my eating patterns 2
  • Being tubeless 2
  • Great experience 2
  • I am very happy with my omnipod 1
  • I like the product 1

Customers don't like

  • Constant deactivation3
  • Alarms that cannot be silenced2
  • Paying a mortgage payment equivelant every quarter2
  • Pod failure2
  • Test strip usage due to pod failure1
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Anonymous
I am a 77 yr. old type 1 diabetic iand have been wearing a medtronic insulin pump for 15 of my 54 years. Every since the Omni Pod was introduced in 2005 I have been asking the question why can't a person on Medicare get one of these pumps. When the pump I am wearing cost medicare $10,000 dollars does anyone at Omni Pod jave a valid answer as to why can't a senior citizen get one of your pumps.
Tanks Dan Keeler
106 Overton Ave.
Greenville, S.C.29617
E-Mail dankeeler@att.net
Phone 864-246-3737
Anonymous
New York, New York, United States #1185130
Doesn't seem to be a contest between Omnipod & Medtronics. Why would anyone go to Medtronics...ever?