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A patient is a member of a health plan that has a 20 percent discount from the provider and a 15 percent copay. If the day’s charges are $210, what are the amounts that the HMO and the patient each pay?

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According to this question, a patient is a member of a health plan and as per the plan patient will get 20% discount from provider and then there is 15% copay. Given day charges are $210.

Now we need to find the amount that HMO and the patient each pay.

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Step 3

The given day charges is $210.

There is 20% discount from provider and the amount of day charges after discount is

= 210 – (20% of 210)

= 210 – 42

= 168

Now, amo...

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