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Health Insurance Vocabulary Review

Created Date 01.07.22
Last Updated 01.12.22
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  • The flat fee (usually $25 - $50) that you pay every time you see a certain doctor.
  • The group of doctors and other healthcare providers that works with your insurance company.
  • A federally funded government program to give healthcare to people over age 65
  • A federally funded government program to give healthcare to people who have low incomes
  • The most money that you would pay in a year for your healthcare.
  • An identification card that includes information about your health care benefits.
  • The doctor you see first for most healthcare problems provides check-ups and general care.
  • Medical professionals who do NOT have a contract with your insurance company.
  • The amount you pay for services before your plan begins to pay
  • The percentage of the expenses shared between you and the insurance company Example 80/20 means you pay 20% of the health care bill.
  • When you see a doctor face to face
  • Services such as annual check-ups, immunizations, and screening exams that are designed to keep people healthy and avoid large medical bills.
  • Small group of doctors and facilities that work together for your help care needs. Typically they offer lower premiums and require referrals.
  • A doctor with more training in a specific area of medicine like heart or lungs.
  • An individual or company that provides medical care and services to a patient or the public.