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What should I know so that I can choose between a high deductible or a low deductible in pet health insurance?0Taniya2012-07-24 01:16:03
What should I know so that I can choose between a high deductible or a low deductible in pet health insurance?
In health insurance, is a low deductible, or a high deductible better?3romulo2018-09-04 23:28:21
There is a $1500 deductible... And then there is a $5000 deductible. I'm thinking of the $1500 dollar deductible. Which one would you get?
High deductible home insurance: what company offers the highest deductible?0Yetta2012-06-02 07:51:31
I am looking for a home from A + rated insurance could offer a $ 10,000 or $ 20,000, even deductible.
Health insurance .... High deductible, low premium or low deductible high premium...?2didgeridoo !! 2012-09-20 03:24:03
Family of 4 ... The visit of Dr. . perhaps the year of 5x.
High Deductible Health Plans?1Henriettal2012-07-06 13:39:47
I am looking for an HDHP insurance in New York ... deductible preferable than 10,000 ... Does anyone have any insurance companies that provides that the deductible ?
High Deductible Health Plan Good or Bad?1 ⿴ 亼 said _X Mom -2012-05-05 22:24:37
I have a new option against a PPO HDHP at work. These are the numbers I've found so far. The last years of his pocket a total of $ 5,700 , including premiums and copayments. The HDHP is offered with all preventive medicine and prescriptions at 100%, $ 1500/3000 deductible and $ 3000/6000 maximum out of pocket. A contribution of $ 2,000 to an HSA by the employer. With the PPO would pay $ 3300 in premiums next year . So I imagine the two together in an HSA would be $ 5300. About $ 3500 of expenses from past years will be covered as preventive under the new plan. So I do not see a net savings of about $ 1800. Something seems too good to be true here. Any state in this way with everything and ready to provide an idea? The family is 40yr 2 years and 3 to 9 years old girls .
Is it better for young people to take a high deductible health insurance?0DOMO!2012-09-27 09:38:03
I ask b / c I have 23 very healthy occasional seasonal allergies , no chronic problems , so is there any reason to have a monthly plan costing more , my company would be high deductible only 10dollars always two weeks out of control .
Questions about how high deductible health plans work?5Irma2012-11-06 06:54:02
Recently my employer stopped all health plans available except for a single health plan with high deductible (tied to an HSA ). I have curiosity , what health plans pay anything high deductible before the deductible? In other words , if I go to the doctor , the doctor sends the bill to the insurance and insurance sent me a bill I owe ... the insurance company is going to pass the entire bill until my deductible? (This is how I understand the process .... ) Or is that the insurance company still pay a portion of the bill before the deductible? So far, the hope and change has not treated me well : (
Lowest possible deductible for health insurance wanted. Premium may be high?0mazia2012-09-20 18:45:02
My work will reimburse up to $ 480 a month for health insurance . Not provide group coverage , such reimbursement to find mine . The problem I 'm finding is that there is no coverage for me until my deductible . I wonder if there are any health insurance that provides coverage with a deductible of up to $ 1,000 ? I go to the doctor , but I know if I have insurance or not, I 'm going to be paying in full, until they reach the deduction .
What are the Pros and Cons of having a high deductible health insurance plan?0SENiOR '092012-08-31 01:43:02
60 years old with person some minor health problems .
How high are the deductibles on deductible plans w/ health savings accounts?1Cyri2012-06-08 10:27:29
I'm so confused when it comes to what is the best option for the plans of health care .
Considering switching to a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) with an HSA, thoughts? Anyone have one?0Jodie2012-05-22 00:10:56
Please help, we are deciding whether to switch to a health insurance plan where the deductible is $ 1500 per person, once it is known that 10% would pay the care costs of the network. The plan could establish an HSA (health savings account) , but we're not sure we want to do this since you are probably trying to get pregnant this year. Does anyone have one of these plans? The advantage is that it costs much less per month in insurance premiums , the downside seems to be the entire record of data involved , besides having to pay medical expenses out of pocket as they arrive , until beyond the deductible $ 1500. So if you're still on the hook for 10% , do not know what would result if one of us needs expensive surgery or something .. if you have a baby, for example , would cost $ 10,000 in a hospital, he would pay $ 1,000 of that (10 %). The plan is about $ 3000 less than a year in monthly premium costs , but it feels like more of a gamble. Please share your experiences or thoughts on these plans . They are physicians who accept these plans as well as those who accept the traditional copay type plans? Or will reduce our network for change?

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