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What is the copay for Medicare?

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2014-12-12 10:22:17
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Medicare has various deductibles and co-insurance depending on what service is provided. In general Medicare is known as the 80/20 plan since apart from deductibles payable by the beneficiary, Medicare generally pays 80% of the Medicare allowable amount and the beneficiary pays 20% of the Medicare allowable amount.

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