Booz Allen Hamilton
Booz Allen Hamilton Health Insurance
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- Booz Allen Hamilton Mar 1, 2015
Incredibly expensive and too complicated
- Booz Allen Hamilton Feb 9, 2015
High deductible health plans, poor communication by firm on how the switch was being made. Many employees left confused when the firm contribution amount was not deposited into HSA account for the entire month of January. Awful decision by management that is hurting employees but is padding shareholder pockets.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Jan 28, 2015
Recently changed to a high deductable with HSA, premiums are higher than they were with a zero deductable plan the year before.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Jan 24, 2015
multiple options with good coverage
- Booz Allen Hamilton Jan 8, 2015
The new high-deductible plan that is all that's available for Washington, D.C., metro area staff has already caused us major problems - a family member's single medication for one month is costing us $1,200+ in January, because it's not considered covered until after our deductible has been met. And this is under the PLATINUM plan. Deductibles for the two lower levels are even higher. PLUS the cost per month is more than under our last plan too (a PPO with a low deductible). I would not recommend anyone come work at Booz Allen anymore unless he or she is completely unemployed. The health benefits are now terrible (although I guess they are better than nothing).
- Booz Allen Hamilton Jan 3, 2015
I have been told by health professionals that my health insurance is really good.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Dec 30, 2014
Kaiser-Permanente offered as one source of health insurance
- Booz Allen Hamilton Dec 12, 2014
I found out that come 2015 health insurance coverage is drastically changing meaning the employees out of pocket for health insurance coverage has gone up 127% or more. That is sad
- Booz Allen Hamilton Dec 11, 2014
Booz Allen switched from top tier health insurance plans with no annual deductible to minimum of a $1,300 deductible per year before benefits are paid. High deductible and high monthly premium. The real burden is on women during pregnancy. The medical cost of having a child went from a few hundred dollars to over $1300.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Dec 3, 2014
High deducible health plans with a high monthly premium