It may mean that the deductible is not applied for those services, but it’s hard to say for sure without more information. I’d probably have to read more of the document you’re looking at to be sure. You may want to contact the health insurance company or your licensed agent for more information. If you have an employer-sponsored health plan, talk to your Human Resources department.
by ehealthInsurance - 10 hours ago
Zarnev is correct. The other answers are telling you what "0% Deductible" means, but that has absolutely nothing to do with your plan. The phrases "0% Deductible" and "0%, deductible applies" mean completely different things. "0%, deductible applies" means what Zarnev said, not what the other answers say.
by StephenWeinstein - 10 hours ago
Yes, it means you must pay the deductible before the insurance pays but then you don't pay anything for the procedure after you've paid the deductible. With some plans you pay 20% of the charges after you pay the deductible.
by Zarnev - 10 hours ago
Zero, nada, absolutely nothing will be deducted
by KlemKiddleHopper - 10 hours ago
0 deductible, means that there is no deductible under your coverage for that - the insurance starts applying, from the first claim dollar.
by mbrcatz - 10 hours ago
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