1. 15786 POINTS
    Bob VineyardPRO
    Founder, Georgia Medicare Plans, Atlanta,GA
    For most situations, the Medicare coinsurance percentage is 80% following the deductible. Keep in mind that it is 80% of the Medicare approved amount, not the amount billed by doctor or medical provider.

    Under Medicare Part A (hospital) portion you have what I would consider a daily copay after the first 60 days but Medicare refers to it as coinsurance.
    Answered on April 24, 2013
  2. 400 POINTS
    Zachary Wright
    Owner, Wright Insurance Agency, Great Pittsburgh Area
    It varies greatly depending on each company and the health plan. You can usually have anywhere from 50% to 100% on co-insurance. The higher the co-insurance on your end the lower the premiums. There are also plans to help supplement higher co-insurance and deductible plans. This is something you should discuss with your agent.
    Answered on April 30, 2013
  3. 624 POINTS
    Agent, WMH Consulting LLC, Fort Worth, Texas
    For 2015 the following coverages apply only if they qualify as a Medicare approved amount/service: For Part A (Hospital) for the first 60 days Medicare Pays all but $1,260. 61st through 90th days Medicare Pays all but $315 a day. 91st day and after while using 60 lifetime reserve days Medicare Pays all but $630 a day. For Part B (Medical Services) once you have been billed $147 of Medicare approved amounts /services your Part B deductible will have been met for the calendar year. The remainder of Medicare approved amounts/services Medicare pays generally 80% ...
    Answered on August 5, 2015
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