57 employees reported this benefit
Cost is going up, choice is ok.
Not terrible but not outstanding either.
A little pricey considering this is an insurance company
They offer health, dental and vision benefits, among few other benefits, employees premiums are based on salary/pay levels.
The HSA option includes a generous contribution by the company. Benefits process is explained thoroughly to employees. Employees can also choose a traditional plan.
Premium based on pay scale, the more you make the more you pay. HSA contribution is 1200/2500 for Indy/family plan.
Employee plans have higher deductibles than one would expect on a large group plan (especially when you are the insurance company!)
No Options to buy up better coverage
It's Regence Blue Cross, which is great insurance. The HSA option they put $2500 into your account on Jan 1, to go toward the deductible ($3,000). FSA available too. Premium is based on a graduated scale where those who make more salary, pay higher premiums - so you could be paying a lot, if you're making a lot (but I'm ok with that concept)
Love the HSA plan good plan