Definitions for "Co-insurance"
The amount you pay for medical care after you've met your deductible. Based on the agreement that insurer and insured share the cost of care, it is usually expressed as a percentage of the medical bill. Often the insurer pays 80% and the insured person pays 20%. See Co-payment.
The amount you are required to pay for medical care in a fee-for-service plan after you have met your deductible. The co-insurance rate is usually expressed as a percentage. For example, if the insurance company pays 80 percent of the claim, you pay 20 percent.
Arrangement between a health insurance company and the insured person where the insured person is required to pay a percentage of covered health care costs. Co-insurance is usually applied after a deductible has been met.
Keywords:  ordinary, assurance, life
ordinary life assurance
A FHA program that allows loan originators to directly underwrite housing project loans, shortening processing time considerably.
The portion of the bill or contracted charge for which you (the member) are responsible.