Walgreens Health Insurance
355 of 374 employees reported this benefit.
Walgreens employees who work 30+ hours per week can choose between two health insurance plans. Comprehensive health, dental and vision plans are available to employees for themselves and their dependents. Employees may choose to enroll in one of two Walgreens Consumer Driven Health Plans, which include an account called a Health Reimbursement Account to help pay for our employees’ healthcare needs. Employees can also choose between two dental programs with the Select option including Adult and Child orthodontia. A competitive and national vision program is also available. 2015 benefits will consist of a wide variety of medical, dental and vision options open to employees at the beginning of the new year.
- Walgreens Sep 02, 2015
High deductible, low pay check premium
- Walgreens Aug 30, 2015
I love it. It was very cheap for me, and the coverage went a long way. I had very small deductible and little to no copay at certain places.
- Walgreens Aug 24, 2015
Bad, just plain cheap and bad. For a health company we have bad insurance.
- Walgreens Aug 22, 2015
Too expensive, too complicated. A full-time employee can't afford the average deductible.
- Walgreens Aug 17, 2015
3-5 good options you choose through the marketplace with walgreens employer discount.
- Walgreens Aug 16, 2015
way to expensive now. their packages don't cover any thing and are outrageously priced.
- Walgreens Aug 15, 2015
The higher plans were obviously better. All plans were rather pricey.
- Walgreens Aug 10, 2015
theres high deductible unfortunately
- Walgreens Aug 09, 2015
You get to choose your level of coverage. If you have issues you can pay just a little more and get pretty good coverage
- Walgreens Jul 31, 2015
Straight-up, laughably, bad. You supposedly get a "credit" to help you purchase insurance on a corporate exchange. Oddly, even with this supposed credit, the cost to you is still about the same as buying it on the open market. Want to know how much your insurance will cost, just browse the plans at BCBS of illinois, or Aetna, or United Health care. Their private, individual insurance is about the same as what you'll pay as a Walgreens employee.