Cost-Sharing Reductions are available to those with low-to-moderate income who qualify and enroll in a silver plan through Connect for Health Colorado. Health insurance plans typically require some form of cost sharing (also called out-of-pocket costs) when you receive covered health care services. Cost-Sharing Reductions help you save on these expenses, which are in addition to your monthly premium and come in a variety of forms, including:
- Copayments: Set dollar amounts for covered services
- Coinsurance: A percentage of the allowed cost for covered services
- Deductibles: Set dollar amounts that enrollees must pay before their plan starts to cover the service or a group of services
Learn more about Cost-Sharing Reductions.
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