39 employees reported this benefit
rate plans can very but the cheapest plan is decent
Could be better, but not terrible
Aetna HMO plan is cheaper plan
We have Aetna, which is okay, but the deductibles are high. The out-of-pocket cost is pretty low for traditional plan though.
It is run by Aetna, which depending on how you feel about that company, can be a subpar experience.
Coverage was horrible with the amount they were asking you to pay.
- premium is high for whole family (more than 300 per month) - the coverage is bad compared to the money you paid, high out of pocket cost
Less co-pay, and great reimbursement.
The health insurance (for example, Anthem Blue Cross) that they offer (though they pay very, very little of it - most is paid by employee) may sound good in the brochures, but if I knew how bad it was I never would have signed up. Hundreds of dollars of co-pays, very high deductible, very limited doctor network, etc.
Everyone pays costs no matter what, everything is not 100% covered.