1100 employees reported this benefit
CVS Caremark provides medical coverage.
Maybe for, say, Comcast their Health Insurance offerings would be just 'eh,' but because CVS wants to put out an image of being really into the health and well being of those associated with them, it gets an F. You pay $80 a month for a $4,000 deductible, so you don't even get to go to the doctor unless you want to go bankrupt, since the deductible is more than two months salary after taxes. The only stuff covered is the stuff that the Affordable Care Act requires them to cover. If the ACA gets stripped, you can bet our benefits will be stripped as well.
It's purely ironic that a 64 billion dollar company that focuses on health offers employees the worst plans.
You have multiple options on what packages best fit for your family.
It's really not the best. Especially for such low pay.
High deductible, large company FSA contribution for low income employees
coverage is not that good
doesn't cover a lot of things
high deductible plans, company contributes fsa funds to elevate some of the cost, you pay for everything until you meet your deductible. Even though CVS is a pharmacy they do not provided any medications free of charge to their employee's but make it so your RX benefit can only be used at CVS
deductible too high. 1 year wait to get benefits
CVS gives money towards health care costs