Company Profile: Anaheim Hills Insurance

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GLOSSARY OF HELPFUL TERMS

What is the definition of a Deductible?

The amount you pay before your insurance starts to pay. Only services or products that your health plan has agreed to cover will be covered once the deductible is met and this is typically seen in cases where you have a PPO plan.
If coinsurance is part of the plan it applies once you meet the deductible.

What is the definition of Coinsurance?

Coinsurance typically is found in a PPO plan, and is the amount you'll pay for covered services (calculated as a percentage of Eligible Expenses) each time you receive certain Covered Health Services. When Coinsurance applies, the amount is listed next to the description for each coverage.

What is the definition of Out of Pocket Maximum?

The most you have to pay for health services in a plan year (for services or products that are covered by your health plan). Once you have paid this amount, your insurance pays 100% of your health care costs until you reach your lifetime maximum, if applicable.

In some cases, the amounts you pay toward deductibles and coinsurance count toward your out-of-pocket maximum. Most plans do not count co-payments or prescription medication costs toward your out-of-pocket maximum.

If you visit a doctor or facility that is not in your network, any amounts greater than the non-network reimbursement amount may not apply to the out-of-pocket maximum and may be your responsibility to pay. See specific plan for details.

What is the definition of a Copay or a Co-payment?

A copay or a co-payment is typically a feature of an HMO plan and is the amount you will pay when receiving covered services like an office visit, or a trip to the ER. Standard copays are $10, 25, 30, 40 or $50 but can be higher which reduces your monthly premium as you co-payment increases.