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What is Universal Catastrophic Coverage? Universal Catastrophic Coverage, or UCC, is a health care insurance plan that uses income-based deductibles to ensure that everyone pays their fair share of health care costs, but not more than their fair share. Under UCC, the poorest families would get full coverage without deductibles, middle-class families would face deductibles similar to those they pay under the ACA, and high-income families would be responsible for all but truly catastrophic medical expenses.