Insurance held jointly by two or more insurers.(noun)
A form of insurance in which a person insures property for less than its full value and agrees to be responsible for the difference.(noun)
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Use "coinsurance" in a sentence
"- Admiral has extended its long-term coinsurance and reinsurance arrangements with Munich Re for its U.K.,"
"In fact, the regulations impose a major vise on private insurance, restricting a company's ability to increase cost sharing (such as coinsurance, deductibles and out-of pocket limits) as well as copayments ( "more than the sum of medical inflation plus 15 percentage points or $5 increased by medical inflation")."
"That 13% savings also happens roughly to match what economic studies estimate for the economy as a whole if the national "coinsurance" rate were corrected for the tax bias in favor of insured spending."