company offers a fair market offering
The Sur-Charging of Employee take home pay is just wrong and kill's the benefits offered.
It's pretty standard stuff.
HSA is affordable, price really hasn't changed over time. Fiserv has some nice perks to fund your HSA Savings to get you going.
The worst is the high deductible, but they do help out by contributing money to HSA.
I was pleased with United Healthcare
High deductible with a an HSA that grants $300-$500 annually from employer based on single/family coverage. Single coverage deductible in 2012 was $1600 before any coverage was offstage. Preventative meds was decent for generic prescriptions, other than that nothing to rave about but it is Fiserv and a gigantic Corp we are talking about where the only thing that matters are the dollars and Mr Y's income.
Good options for various types of health insurance to select from HMO, PPO, HSA, etc. to fit an associates specific needs.
Mostly high deductible plans but that seems to be becoming the norm since obamacare. :( They do offer a decent contribution to a health savings account and monetary incentives for healthy activities to help balance the out of pocket costs. It is not bad though.
Variety of choices in a complex marketplace. Glad to have the Heath Savings Account option. This works best for me in my current state of health and wellness. The incentives available for verifying healthy living and lifestyle make it seriously affordable.