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deductible

On a building project, a type of insurance policy stipulating that in the event of loss, the insured is liable for a specified initial amount and the insurance company is liable for the amount above that figure, up to the insured amount.
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See also: Expenses incurred to minimize loss should be covered How to calculate deductibles for multiple related losses The trouble with estimating additional living expenses (ALE)
When patients were categorized by health status, the effects of high-deductible plans on use rates and costs of imaging studies were largest in the least-sick group, the group that was unlikely to reach the deductible without imaging use.
Deductibles average $ 1,318 for single coverage, but employees in small firms (three to 199 workers) are paying 66 percent more than those in large firms (at least 200 workers).
For a look at what the analysts said about deductibles in the physician visit cost-sharing report, read on.
Previous analysis released last fall from Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research & Educational Trust found that deductibles are up nearly 50 percent since 2009.
Applying hurricane deductibles is not the only deductible issue.
On some forms, such as the Garage Coverage form, deductibles may apply to only certain perils.
Jobs are plentiful and employers are designing health care packages to be attractive to employees with minimal out-of-pocket deductibles.
Answering the research question would have been easy if any country (5) in the world had mandatory health insurance with both "accurate" risk equalization and voluntary deductibles at the time this study was executed.
At the same time, money saved in an HSA can only be used for health care costs including deductibles, diagnostic services covered by your plan, long-term care insurance premiums, LASIK surgery and some nursing services.
Also, if each spouse has family coverage under different health plans, both spouses are treated as having such coverage under the plan with the lowest deductible.
The organization surveyed 4,000 adults with insurance and found 49% of those with high-deductible plans have problems with medical bills or debts, compared with 31% of those who have health plans with lower deductibles.