Question about health insurance?

I recently signed up health insurance and was approved. I was looking over my plan and it said that office visits for primary care doctor is 50% coinsurance after deductible does that mean I have to pay my deductible first if I just go to the doctor just for a physical exam?
Asked Feb 26, 2015
10 questions you must ask before buying a health insurance
1)What type of a health plan it is?
2)What does the policy cover?
3)What the policy does not cover?
4)Does your health insurance policy cover routine tests?
5)How much does the plan cost?
6)How is the policy premium determined?
7)How much money will you have to pay for availing medical care?
8)Will you be able to avail treatment from your preferred doctor?
9)What is the process for filing a claim?
10)What is the maximum number of claims you can make in a year?
Answered Oct 04, 2019
Yes, coinsurance is the amount that an insured pays at the time of the service after deductible percentage is met with the insurance company at given terms and conditions.
Answered Oct 07, 2019

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