Decent benefit package. Standard among healthcare systems in the Twin Cities.
they combine the pto and vaction together
Comparable to other hospital in the area but slow to response to change to match
Standard package. Attempting to add a wellness benefit to improve health outcomes within organization.
There are two options for health care coverage. The basic plan has a fairly small network of doctors to choose from including but not limited to Healtheast doctors. Still it is good coverage at a decent price. The second option is about 50% more in cost but you have a larger network of doctors to choose from. Dental plan is reasonably priced and good coverage including preventative exams, xrays,cleaning, fillings. and 50% cost of crowns and other work.
Best thing is that you do not need a referral to go to various doctors for treatment. Worst thing is that you need to be above a .5 FTE to qualify to have their insurance.
My direct manage was very helpful and friendly although this can differ from dept to dept. The biggest con is the lean flow system which has become a huge time suck.
The benefits package at HealthEast is pretty competitive. The retirement account match is 3 per cent. Health Insurance premiums are higher than I would like, but that is the case everywhere.
The best thing is that there are many options for health insurance. There are high deductible plans with HSA within the HE network which has the least expensive premiums, and then it goes up in price to a more open network with a lower deductible with higher premiums.
Comprehensive benefit selection for non contract employees