Private Payer Plans and CDHP Account Types
Several types of private payer plans exist. Although there are many payer plans Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO) is the most used. PPO is for catastrophic insurance coverage, which offers a discounted fee-for-service with one employer or employee or several and allows financial preferences for out-of-pocket medical expenses. The PPO requires the covered individual to pay a premium each year and sometimes a yearly deductible. The individual must also pay a co-payment at the time of provided medical services. PPO covered individuals are allowed to visit out -of- network health care providers without referrals, but may have to pay a higher deductible (Valerius et al., 2008).
Unlike a PPO a health...
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