90 employees reported this benefit
currently with Aetna which historically has minimal coverage in Vermont making it harder to find in-network providers
Very wide coverage in network and out of network is not bad either.
We are self-funded for health care, paying Aetna to manage the health benefits. This results in a much less expensive health plan.
Provide healthcare, dental, and vision
Amazing benefits, and at a great price!
500/800 deductible is offered at a ridiculously affordable rate
Great provider. Some doctors do not take the insurance. But these physicians are few and far between.
It's a standard plan, not too expensive.
Great insurance. $850 deductible for $13 every 2 weeks for an employee only, $28 for employee and child, $39 for employee and spouse, and $53 for a family. There is also an option for a $500 deductible, but really, it's not very worth it because the premiums are about 2-3x higher, and the difference in premium more than covers the $350 difference in deductible. Co-insurance kicks in after the deductible is met at 20% for in-network, 30% out-of-network. Out of pocket is $2000 per individual for in-network coverage (after deductible, I believe) and $4000 for out-of-network. Doctor visits are $30 copay and $45 for specialist. You can use an FSA to pay for health expenses tax-free.
Health insurance is really strong.