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The Affordable Care Act requires employees to have medical coverage either through Electric Boat or another source. EB Medical benefits are provided through the UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus program. The plan offers four levels of coverage - Employee Only, Employee & Spouse, Employee & Child(ren) or Family.
Modest coverage with decent deductibles
High deductible plan isn't the best, but various investment options are available for contributing to an HSA.
How to get all your healthcare covered when you work at EB: 1) Pay several hundreds of dollars each month for your premiums, 2) Only use in-network healthcare providers, 3) Pay your $6000 family deductible, and 4) Require more healthcare so you actually get a few months of your prescriptions/treatments without opening up your wallet again.
$4k deductibles $6k max. $1200 match into has.$1200 spousal surcharge
Crazy expensive health insurance, very high deductible - decent coverage.
HSA, about $36 a month, 3k deductible.
Just switched to a high deductible plan. $2000 deductible for single persons. I believe medication does not count towards your $2000 deduction either.
Not good for the middle / working class income level at all
Very high deductible, fortunately you can self insure with an HSA if anything bad happens.
They have an HSA and will put some money in it to match what you add, this works out well if your young and healthy and can build up savings in your HSA. The standard health insurance is pretty basic high deductible good for check ups.