I am not a regular on this site, so I apologize if I have the wrong format, but I am having trouble understanding some of the health insurance benefits and costs tables that I am seeing in my search for cheaper insurance. My question involves the boxes that mention a percentage after deductible,such as "100% after deductible" or "80% after deductible". Does this mean that I would be responsible for paying the percentage (100% or 80%) after deductible or does that show how much the insurance pays (so I would be paying 0% and 20% respectively)? I am asking because there are other cells in the table that say "Covered 100%"so the lack of the word 'covered' in the ones that mention a deductible has me a little worried.
This question has a mention of coinsurance, which the table I am looking at does not. I am also unfamiliar with the legal implications of posting a screen shot of the table, even though it is publicly available, so if it is legal and it would help you guys to see it please let me know in the comments so I can upload it. Thanks.
As per the comments, here is the link to the pdf. The table I am looking at is on page 8-9 (5 on the pdf).