Uses SelectHealth, which is more or less the same institution with different branding. Good provider coverage and service quality is high. Reasonable plans.
Prescription copays or premiums go up every year. It's either one or the other.
The good thing is that I can afford the health insurance. The bad thing is that, especially for maternity care, I have to travel long distances to where they actually have an OB. There is a hospital down the street from me in Riverton, but they do not have any female OB's there.
Very easy to use benefit. Given many resources.
You choose the package that fits, Rhett are all affordable and the high deductible packages are easily supplemented with an IS A where the company matches.
Average health insurance coverage, nothing special.
Premiums are high for working for the insurance company
Low premium, high deductible. a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Some of the best, (non-government) plans offered in the area. Not free, but close. One of the main reasons employees work for intermountain healthcare.
Their health insurance is so reasonable and the coverage is great - especially if you like Intermountain Hospitals - which in my opinion are the best.