Health Expenditure in U.S

In 2014, U.S. health care spending increased 5.3 percent following growth of 2.9 percent in 2013 to reach $3.0 trillion, or $9,523 per person. The faster growth experienced in 2014 was primarily due to the major coverage expansions under the Affordable Care Act, particularly for Medicaid and private health insurance. The share of the economy devoted to health care spending was 17.5 percent, up from 17.3 percent in 2013.

DIANins Student Plans: Full-time student

DIANins White

  • $500,000 Maximum
  • $100 Deductible – PPO
  • 100% of UCR after deductible
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DIANins green

  • $750,000 Maximum
  • $90 Deductible – PPO
  • 100% of UCR after deductible
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DIANins Brown

  • $1,000,000 Maximum
  • $0 ~ 500 Deductible – PPO
  • 80% expense after deductible
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DIANins Blue

  • Unlimited Maximum
  • $0 ~ 1500 Deductible – PPO
  • 80% expense after deductible
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DIANins Scholar Plans: Visiting Scholars & Faculties

DIANins Purple

  • $100,000 Maximum
  • $500 Deductible
  • 80% of UCR after deductible
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DIANins Orange

  • $100,000 Maximum
  • $500 Deductible Per Year
  • 80% of UCR after deductible
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DIANins Pink

  • $100,000 Maximum
  • $250 Deductible Per Year
  • 80% expense after deductible
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DIANins Yellow

  • $100,000
  • $100 Deductible
  • 100% expense after deductible
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