Coinsurance-- The amount you must pay for medical care after you have met your deductible.
Co-pay-- The flat fee you pay each time you receive care. For example, you may pay $10 each time you visit the doctor. Your plan pays the rest.
Deductible-- The amount you must pay each year before your plan begins paying.
Disability insurance-- Pays benefits if you are injured or too ill to work.
Exclusions (or limitations)-- Services that are not covered by a plan.
Fee-for-service insurance-- Traditional (indemnity) insurance where you and your plan each pay a portion of your health expenses, usually after you meet a yearly deductible. In most cases, you can choose any physician, hospital or other provider.