DiscoverOrg Health Insurance

31 employees reported this benefit
Updated Aug 7, 2014
3.8
10 Ratings

Employer Summary

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Employee Comments

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Apr 9, 2019
Former Corporate Researcher in Bethesda, Maryland

Decent. Not the worst I've seen.

Nov 4, 2018
Current Corporate Research Analyst in Vancouver, Washington State

Depth and breadth of coverage is outstanding!

Feb 16, 2018
Current Employee

The health insurance plans offered at DiscoverOrg are good because they actually help with the overall health and well-being of employees. It helps take care of employees by helping cover a good amount of costs for things that an employee may need medically.

Nov 8, 2017
Current Manager, Customer Success Operations in Portland, Oregon

Program has very high deductibles.

Sep 13, 2017
Current Sales Development Representative in Vancouver, Washington State

I know they provide at least 3 different options depending on what works best for you.

Aug 17, 2017
Current Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, Washington State

There are multiple coverage options ranging from $25-110 a month, so very affordable!

Nov 7, 2016
Current CSm in Vancouver, Washington State

needs to have better coverage and less out of pocket

DiscoverOrg response

For 2017 we now offer 3 medical plans, including a traditional PPO plan that has lower out of pocket limits. As well we now have some of the richest benefits plans in the market, with individual medical coverage for an insanely low $25/month!

Jun 15, 2016
Current Marketing in Vancouver, Washington State

It's a high deductible plan.

DiscoverOrg response

Not anymore! We have 3 options for 2017, including a traditional PPO plan, so you can pick a plan that's best for you.

May 6, 2016
Current Employee

High deductible plan but if you don't go to the doctor very much it isn't an issue.

DiscoverOrg response

Our medical plans are even better than ever, with 3 choices for 2017, including a traditional PPO plan, plus lower premiums and better benefits.

Oct 7, 2015
Former Account Manager in Vancouver, Washington State

It was a terrible plan