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Price versus benefits.  Generally, the more out-of-pocket you are prepared to pay if you have medical expenses, the lower the premium the insurance company will charge. So you have to weigh carefully which option you will feel most comfortable with, e.g., is it worth paying more per month to have physician office copays that you probably won't use much? Would you feel okay about having generic prescription coverage only in order to reduce the monthly premium?

Consider an accident rider.  What about taking a higher maximum out-of-pocket exposure to get a lower premium and supplement the plan with an accident rider. They are available up to $10,000. Your out-of-pocket for accidental injury could be covered by the rider and you would only have to meet the higher out-of-pocket amount in the case of sickness. If you could use an extra tax deduction, and there is a significant difference in premium, this may be a good combination with an HSA-qualified plan.