The cost of the benefits is reasonable but they drive you to use GBMC providers. It's not always great to get medical care from your coworkers
Able to get prescriptions 3 months at a time. Able to choose my own Primary care doctor through PPO, which I have had for over 25 years. The 401K was easy to change what percentage I wanted to contributed by using the internet. If I needed more money in my paycheck, I decreased how much I contributed to my 401K for those 2 weeks.
great health plan, retirement plan ok
minimal out of pocket if your provider is within the network. covers just about anything
Pretty Expensive, but coverage is good
GBMC is life friendly - allows flexibility with family and work. Cross training not available in my Epic module.
Best thing is there's no copay to see a GBMC primary care physician and we have lots of great PCPs in multiple locations, on campus and off. Worst thing is sick time - you accumulate hours and hours of sick time, but may get reprimanded for using it. If you have four separate "occurrences" within a rolling calendar year, you get a verbal warning. Then it escalates to written warnings. I think 7 or 8 occurrences could result in termination, even if you have saved up plenty of sick time to use.
Worst- the cost of going outside of GBMC, and retirement plan
Great health insurance; no copays or deductibles if you use GBMC providers. Ability to fund an HSA and dependent care FSA. Significant paid time off.
Health care is high and you have to use GBMC physicians
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