There has been major changes in benefits. 1. health imsurance: Since 2018, the whole company has same type of health insurance. previously, workers in different states had health insurance from different insurance in different states. This is a good. There are several different plans to choose. There are two to three dental plans to choose. If your spouse is eligible for health insurance at his/her company, and you want to put the spouse on your plan at EmCare, There is a penalty amount to pay. The company also offers optional vision plans, disability insurance, etc. 2. There is 401 K match which is new. But it matches very little amount for physicians. It offers slightly higher matching rate for phydician extenders. This is BAD for physicians. furthermore, physicians will not get the current match until (after) the first quater of next year (This is for physician retention). But I dont feel this will help retention rate. 3. Before 2018, there was a retirement plan called EDP for physicians (in addition to an un matched 401K). One could save a lot more than the standard amount of 401K and defer federal income tax (salary is decreased), but still need to pay state tax in some states. EDP was discontinued in 2018, which means previous EDP participants wiil pay a lot more income tax from now on. The company introduced another plan to replace EDP, but only for previou EDP participants. This new plan carries certain risks and new hires could not participate. This is bad. Overall, EmCare offers standard (good) health, dental, and vision plans, and below average retirement saving plans for physicians.
Medical benefits, dental and vision were moderately priced. Vacation and sick time available.
If you aren't a clinical employee with Emcare you are basically considered a second class citizen where benefits are concerned. You make 1/3 of what the physicians make but pay up to 50% more than they do for benefits. The good thing is that they have only one carrier to choose from where the administrative staff participates in a marketplace but the costs and coverage and
health, dental vision, 401K, EDP (recently discontinued)
Health insurance plans provide minimal coverage with high deductibles
Standard health insurance, very good dental insurance.
The best thing about the benefits package is the ease to review online status and make changes as needed, also the health savings plan is great and easy to use.
Not the best benefits considering its a healthcare company but not the worst either. There are a few healthcare plans to choose from to best suit your needs.
Very poor health coverage for full time employees, no health coverage for part time or per diem employees, no employer matching on 401k
No vacation, PTO. If you don't work you don't get paid. No healthcare no benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.