1062 employees reported this benefit
Intel offers medical coverage to its employees.
Best plans around the state. Provided for the entire family
Most things were covered. It was cheaper than what my friends told me they paid.
For years I have the Cigna co-pay plan. Last year HR made a decision to move the last 25% of the company from that plan to the HDHP. When I received the email I immediately called the HR Benefits line to explain what this change would do to me financially because I was an employee with a pre-existing condition. I kept getting the answer but your not paying for the plan. Well I'm paying. I fulfilled my first maintenance prescription last week and the cost to me was $673. The pharmacist asked me if I had insurance when they ran the prescription. I had to explain to them that "I do and this is what the plan is charging me". I was then asked if I had to take the medication because the cost was so high and my response was "Yes, it's required to keep me healthy". My next hurdle is a $1500 our of pocket cost for medical supplier and I'm trying to figure out how I can stretch that out to spread out the cost . For employees without a pre-existing condition HDHP is great but if you don't meet the criteria your looking at a potential financial burden until you can beef up your Health Savings Account.
for years I had Intel Cigna insurance, truly first class with minimal co-pays and low deductibles. then Obamacare forced Cigna to jack up their deductibles; switched to Kaiser; even lower out of pocket expenses than Intel Cigna used to be
good health and dental benefits
Health insurance very poor. It could be a lot better but the rates are outrageous. I think they need to make it more affordable
Very competitive health benefits
used to have good health insurance, not only the kaiser and high deductible plans
Works well as far as my use.
Best Health benefits for your family!