Three options, two that I don't really get. One that makes sense. Univera isn't perfect, but it covers a lot of the cost.
Health insurance is affordable and coverages are extensive. Medical dental and vision. All with low deductibles despite the low cost to the employee.
The third parties that administer them are the WORST. The insurances and tiers they offer themselves, are pretty good.
high deductible high premiiuns as well
Expensive, with low coverages and high deductibles.
You had better hope you don't get sick. It's cheaper than Obamacare but not by much.
Reasonable choices that could fit various budgets. Deductibles were pretty high.
Benefits were better before the TWC merger because of the company used.
the best thing is the company pays for your health insurance and you do not have to worry about it
Comprehensive, reasonably priced health plans available, as well as high deductible plans