Mavenlink Employee Benefit: Health Insurance | Glassdoor

Mavenlink Health Insurance

Updated Jun 09, 2015

23 employees reported this benefit

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  • Jun 13, 2019
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Director in Irvine, California

    All the options I need at a reasonable price.

  • Apr 04, 2018
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Software Engineer in San Francisco, California

    Few options, expensive, bad coverage

  • Apr 04, 2018
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Health insurance plan is a major issue. If you do not live in CA (we are on the East Coast), the health insurance is AWFUL. Plans keep switching -- which requires needing to find a new PCPs and specialists on a yearly basis. This is a major issue if you have an existing conditions, with years of records, testing and medication trials (like mental health or autoimmune disorders). Our latest plan, which just switched again in January 2018, is a nightmare... the worst yet. Services and procedures are constantly declined. The dental is awful.... we just paid $6K out of pocket for a procedure that was medically necessary and nothing was covered. Medication we have been on for YEARS gets declined monthly and requires "prior authorization" EVERY month -- one even resulting in us needing to go through an "appeals process"! This was for a medication our child has been on for YEARS. It took several years of trial and error to finally find the one that works best -- and he truly needs this medication to be mentally healthy and successful in school. DECLINED two months in a row. All of our doctors have told us they have never worked with such a difficult insurance company. Be hesitant if you need good health benefits and do not live in CA. This has caused a tremendous amount of stress for our family and has required HOURS of independent research, phone calls and letters... just to get our claims approved. And just to be clear... these are not unusual, rare or expensive medications. We are talking about ADHD medication that has been around for 30+ years. And then of course, there's the super high deductibles...

  • Apr 04, 2018
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Health insurance plan is a major issue. If you do not live in CA (we are on the East Coast), the health insurance is AWFUL. Plans keep switching -- which requires needing to find a new PCPs and specialists on a yearly basis. This is a major issue if you have an existing conditions, with years of records, testing and medication trials (like mental health or autoimmune disorders). Our latest plan, which just switched again in January 2018, is a nightmare... the worst yet. Services and procedures are constantly declined. The dental is awful.... we just paid $6K out of pocket for a procedure that was medically necessary and nothing was covered. Medication we have been on for YEARS gets declined monthly and requires "prior authorization" EVERY month -- one even resulting in us needing to go through an "appeals process"! This was for a medication our child has been on for YEARS. It took several years of trial and error to finally find the one that works best -- and he truly needs this medication to be mentally healthy and successful in school. DECLINED two months in a row. All of our doctors have told us they have never worked with such a difficult insurance company. Be hesitant if you need good health benefits and do not live in CA. This has caused a tremendous amount of stress for our family and has required HOURS of independent research, phone calls and letters... just to get our claims approved. And just to be clear... these are not unusual, rare or expensive medications. We are talking about ADHD medication that has been around for 30+ years. And then of course, there's the super high deductibles...

  • Apr 04, 2018
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    If you do not live in CA (we are on the East Coast), the health insurance is AWFUL. Plans keep switching -- which requires needing to find a new PCP on a yearly basis. This is a major issue if you have an existing conditions, with years of records, testing and medication trials (like mental health or autoimmune conditions). Our latest plan, which just switched again in January 2018, is a nightmare... the worst yet. Services and procedures are constantly declined. The dental is awful.... we just paid $6K out of pocket for a procedure that was medically necessary and nothing was covered. Medication we have been on for YEARS gets declined monthly and requires "prior authorization" EVERY month -- one even resulting in us needing to go through an "appeals process"! This was for a medication our child has been on for YEARS. It took several years of trial and error to finally find the one that works best -- and he truly needs this medication to be mentally healthy and successful in school. DECLINED two months in a row. All of our doctors have told us they have never worked with such a difficult insurance company. Be hesitant if you need good health benefits and do not live in CA. This has caused a tremendous amount of stress for our family and has required HOURS of independent research, phone calls and letters... just to get our claims approved. And just to be clear... these are not unusual, rare or expensive medications. We are talking about ADHD medication that has been around for 30+ years. And then of course, there's the super high deductibles...

  • Sep 29, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Consultant in Irvine, California

    Several options to fit your needs.

  • Aug 10, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Software Engineer in San Francisco, California

    Good coverage and plans offered, but there is an out of pocket which is normal for most cities but not in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

  • Apr 26, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Customer Success Manager in Irvine, California

    Good selection and strong company contribution

  • Mar 29, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Account Executive in Irvine, California

    Kind of expensive, but they would say you will make enough with commissions to cover it.

  • Oct 05, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Employee in Irvine, California

    They provide multiple and competitive plans.


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