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Your Out-of-Pocket Maximum is the most you pay during a policy period before your health insurance or plan starts to pay 100% for covered health benefits.

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The answer is true. Out-of-Pocket Maximum is the most you pay during a policy period before your health insurance or plan starts to pay 100% for covered health benefits.

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The Out-of-Pocket Maximum is the most you pay during a policy period before your health insurance or plan starts to pay 100% for covered health benefits.

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