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“Insurers must cover preventive services for children without co-payments or cost sharing.”
“I have never been without insurance thanks to my employer but I have been saddled with enormous co-payments for what the insurance carrier calls a "specialist", an outrageous prescription deductible of 1500.00 to meet before I can get anything filled.”
“I make 3K a month and I cannot afford to pay $600/month premium, plus all the co-payments.”
“When Wal-Mart announced its low-cost program in 2006, the drug chains said it was not important based on two arguments: one was that most of their customers had either public or private drug insurance and that their insurance co-payments were at most a dollar or two higher than $4, and they said that the prescription drugs on the low-cost lists were older and usually less expensive anyway.”
“Last week, the Democratic-controlled Massachusetts House of Representatives approved a bill that would let cities and towns set health care premiums and co-payments for municipal employees to rein in soaring medical costs.”
“And in the past few weeks it's become clear that the industry's profits keep going up as consumers are being crushed by ever-rising co-payments and deductibles.”
“Insurers embarked on a strategy several years ago of moving their policyholders out of plans with comparatively modest co-payments and into high-deductible plans, which require people to pay thousands of dollars for care out of their own pockets before their insurance coverage kicks in.”
“Another thing, if a person in the US has medical insurance he pays co-payments and deductible costs.”
“Like many people with Medicare, Hobson would like to buy supplemental, or Medigap, insurance to help cover his out-of-pocket costs, such as co-payments and deductibles.”
“It would mean coping with the imminent funding crisis in the NHS by allowing additional revenue streams into health care from "top-ups" or co-payments.”
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