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Out-of-Pocket Maximum

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What does out-of-pocket maximum mean? This number—also called the out-of-pocket limit— is the most a health insurance policyholder will pay each year for covered healthcare expenses. These limits help policyholders control risk by capping their share of healthcare costs. It also helps insurers control risk by making policyholders responsible for part of their healthcare costs.



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