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“The In Network provider list changes often, which means it's difficult to maintain a regular family practitioner. In addition, a facility may be In Network, but the provider is not; which results in high out-of-pocket fees”
You could visit the clinic where they are training the doctors of tomorrow for little to no cost out of pocket.
Cost is satisfactory and the level of insurance is good. I just use partial benefits and it fits my lifestyle well
The worst things about the benefits package is the insurance coverage. The providers change often. In addition, a facility may be "In Network", but the individual provider (DR) may not be; resulting in high out-of-pocket fees
It cost too much compare to other hospitals
In 2017, our employees have 4 Medical Plans to choose from, an EPO, a PPO and two HDHP's. We have a plan to meet everyone's needs. We offer Dental, Vision, Life / ADD, Short / Long Term Care, 401K, Roth 401K, Pet Insurance, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Discounts (Cell Phones, Shopping and Travel) and more! We offer a generous Paid Time Off Package!
Medical insurance is not good
great place to work and grow
Overall the benefits are competitive compared to other health systems. PTO is a little less than average, but salary is competitive.
That you have to pay more if you go outside the system for healthcare.
Now that Tenet has taken over the benefits are much better.
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