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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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Higher deductibles for out-of-network services do not count toward the annual deductible limit, and out-of-pocket costs for out-of-network services are not counted toward the HDHP's annual cap.
In the case of family coverage, in 2010, a high deductible health plan is a health plan with an annual deductible of not less than $4,050 and not more than $6,050 and required annual out-of-pocket expenses of not more than $7,400.
the same dollar amount or percentage of the annual deductible limit).
A small bank in Indiana, Bank of Geneva, recently bumped up its annual deductible to $2,500 from $500, then gave employees a chance to win back the increase: $500 each for low blood pressure, low cholesterol, non-obese body-mass index, and nonsmoking status.
Before setting up an HSA, consumers must have a health insurance policy with an annual deductible of at least $1,000 for an individual and $2,000 for a family.
Second, I pay a small premium ($172 per month) for health insurance that has no annual deductible or out-of-pocket maximum but does not cover preventive care.
In their main findings the MLA'S noted that "wages and salaries, new technology, prescription drugs and a growing and aging population are the main cost drivers in Alberta's health care system," and recommend that "those with a greater ability to pay should contribute more than those with a lesser ability," including combining premiums with an annual deductible based on the ability to pay.
The annual deductible cannot be less than $1,000 for individual coverage or $2,000 for family.
Under the law, which takes full effect in 2006, low-income seniors will be offered an optional coverage that includes a $35 a month fee, plus a $250 annual deductible for prescription drugs.
Participation in the program is voluntary and requires a monthly premium of $35 and an annual deductible of $275.
However, there's an annual deductible of $300 for individuals and $600 for families.

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