Coordination of Insurance Benefits

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Use the following information to determine which month an insurance company would use to determine which plan pays benefits first: Melissa and her husband each have health and dental insurance with their employers. Melissa's birthday is in December and her husband's birthday is in June. They have two children whose birthdays are in March and October.

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1. Ben and Sarah have health and dental coverage at work. Ben's plan covers 50% of his eligible expenses and Sarah's plan covers 70%. If Sarah submitted a $100 claim for herself, whose plan would pay first and how much would it pay?

2. Ted and Sandra have health and dental coverage at work. Ted's plan covers 80% of his eligible expenses and Sandra's plan covers 90%. If Ted had an eligible expense of $200, how much would he receive after submitting to both plans?

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When you gain access to the quiz/worksheet combo, you get to assess your knowledge of the coordination of insurance benefits. Understanding whose insurance pays what are topics on the quiz.

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Take the quiz to see how much you know about:

  • Type of insurance policy that could contain a coordination of benefits clause
  • Determining which month an insurance company would use to determine which plan pays benefits first
  • Calculations involving insurance benefits

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you pick out the most important information from the lesson on coordinating insurance benefits
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about a type of insurance policy that could contain a coordination of benefits clause
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about calculating amounts and percentages regarding insurance benefits

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  • Determine what coordination of benefits refers to
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  • Understand a non-duplication of benefits clause
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