53 employees reported this benefit
Smaller companies have less out of pocket costs for employees than this large health organization does
Health insurance was provided through Community's own ProHealth insurance plan, which was nice because the few times I had to call their customer service it was nice to know I was speaking with a fellow employee of the network.
401K, Education Assist Program, wellness program
Easy to use benefits and the wellness program incentives are great.
great plans to choose from
Have to stay within Community Health Network to receive full benefits.
Community adds a good amount of money to HSA if you meet wellness incentives
Very affordable for individual and family plans.
Very pricey, out of pocket maximum for family of 3 is $11, 000
Very expensive insurance and you're forced to stay with/in the Network (Company gets richer & richer) Specialist mainly on the North side so it's inconvenient. NO Pediatric Specialist! So if you have kids who need specialist's you pay out of pocket or have to take them to regular specialist's. In other words, if your child has a heart condition or cancer, you can forget Riley Hospital for children OR pay you can pay for that care out of pocket! I think that's really sad :(