Posts Tagged ‘coinsurance’

Out-of-Pocket Expenses – What Are They?

January 31st, 2014 by Victoria Troupe

Having medical insurance in the US is crucial to protect you from high expenses associated with healthcare in the US. Insurance pays a portion of your medical expenses for you. Contrary to popular belief, having medical insurance in the US does not mean that you won’t have to pay anything towards your medical expenses. The […]

What’s the difference between insurance deductible, coinsurance, and copay?

June 4th, 2011 by ahoontrakul

Many people are confused about the differences between an insurance deductible, co-pay, and coinsurance. What are they and how do they differ from each other? In short, all three represent the portion of the medical bill that you are responsible for in case you get sick or injured – otherwise known as out-of-pocket expenses. However, […]

Maternity Benefits and How They Can Affect You

December 5th, 2008 by International-Student-Insurance

Insurance benefits and terms can be tricky to understand at first even to seasoned insurance buyers. However, it’s important to understand fully what your policy covers and doesn’t cover. If you don’t, you may be caught in a situation where your policy doesn’t cover it and you may have a high medical bill to pay […]

What is the difference between the budget level and select level of the Student Secure plan?

August 22nd, 2007 by International-Student-Insurance

This is one of the most popular questions we receive. The Student Secure plan, which is particularly designed for F1 visa holders or full-time international and study abroad students, has two levels: budget and select. The budget level provides up to $250,000 worth of coverage and the select level provides up to $300,000 worth of […]

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