Frequently Asked Question

What is an Out-of-pocket Maximum (OOPM)?

Last updated: October 1, 2019

Answer

An OOPM is the maximum amount (deductible and coinsurance) that you will have to pay for covered expenses under a plan. Once the OOPM is reached the plan will cover eligible expenses at 100 percent.

 

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