70 employees reported this benefit
The worst thing about the health insurance is that you can get a discount IF you fill out a health survey about your own health (surgeries, cholesterol, weight, medical history) So many things I don't want my employer to know or to use to withhold benefits if that ends up becoming a thing.
Even though I did not receive health benefits from Medstar all my co workers said it was the best they had ever had.
Three options including CareFirst, Medstar Select, and Kaiser. Decent price, no more than $50 for single person, with the most expensive plan being Kaiser. Premium gets significantly expensive if a spouse and/or child is added.
The MedStar Health insurance is really good if you go to a MedStar facility, but if you're out of network it's not as helpful.
Coverage levels standard for a professional, but provided with great cost-effectiveness (because the company is itself a healthcare company)
I think the benefits are commensurate with the position. Various selections of coverage are available If additional benefits are required
good experience decent benefits free parking
Health insurance has pretty good coverage. The pharmacy plan is great. Medical is generally pretty good. The ER deductible is $125 which I think is a bit high.
Co pays are to high
Broad list of doctors, specialities and locations