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Insurance and Pricing

  • Copay is the fixed amount you must pay for a covered health care service. Copays are due at the time you receive a health care service. Most often, you will be asked to deliver your copay when you check in for your doctor's visit or diagnostic test. Copay amounts vary depending on your health insurance plan. For example, some patients will be required to copay $15 for a regular check up, whereas other patients might have a $20 (or a lower or higher) copay for the same appointment
  • Deductible is the amount you must pay for a health care service before your health insurance plan begins paying. For example, if you visit an emergency department and your deductible amount is $500, you must pay the $500 deductible amount before your insurance company will cover the remaining health care charges associated with your emergency visit. Deductibles do not always apply to all health care services. For this reason and to avoid unwanted billing surprises, you should ask your insurance company for a list of covered services
  • Coinsurance refers to your share of the costs of a health care visit. Coinsurance is calculated as a percentage of the amount of a service. You are responsible for paying the full amount of your coinsurance and your deductible charge. For example, if your health insurance plan allows $100 for a health care checkup and you have paid your deductible, your coinsurance payment of 20 percent (or whatever percent applies to your insurance plan) would be $20. Your health insurance plan will pay the remaining $80 due for your visit

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