Re-posted on 5/30/18

A Co-Pay is a set dollar amount you pay for a procedure or office visit (look at your plan summary very carefully).  A co-pay is helpful because you’ll GENERALLY pay just the co-pay (unless other procedures are billed by your doctor in addition to the co-pay).  For example, let’s say you see your family doctor for a sore throat.  If your plan had a co-pay of $35 dollars, you’d pay the $35.

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Sometimes you can be billed more than just a co-pay.  For example, let’s say you went to a specialist (specialist co-pays are generally more than a primary care doctor) to have a spot on your skin looked at.  The office co-pay may be $50.  You’d pay the $50 for the office visit.  But if the doctor wanted to remove the spot, he could charge you/your insurance company for a “procedure”.  That charge would be in addition to the co-pay.  So the procedure could be billed to your insurance company and you’d pay whatever your insurance company had negotiated with the doctor for that procedure.

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