51 employees reported this benefit
Work From Home/Remote is the best benefit.
You have to pay a high deductible just before you can get anywhere with a medical doctor- not really needed unless you have an ongoing condition- it's pretty expensive- however you can qualify for reduced premiums if you complete a health improvement plan and/or heath assessment and meeting health goals ie BMI 20% or lower etc.
High Deductible Plan - premiums are ridiculous but vary based on employee's health screening results. Family deductible is either a $2,700 or $7,000, depending on how much you're willing to pay in premiums.
High deductibles but has a health savings program and you can earn points to earn money for the health savings program
6,000 deductible really sucks. You pay full price for everything including prescriptions until you hit the 6,000 then it is a 20 % co pay which can still be a lot of $ out of pocket
Fully paid premiums if you meet your health goals for the year. This is a great incentive to be active and healthy!
Not a big fan of United Health Care, but its not the worst. They give you free, single adult health care if you're a non-smoker.
They have a system that if you pass all 4 health metrics for the year you get your health insurance paid for, if you are smoker but passed the 4 metrics they would have you only pay $50.00. So that was okay, as long as you didn't have a family or kids
High deductible plan. Employer will cover premium if meet healthy goals. Will also contribute $600/year if you meet wellness goals.
The deductibles are high although they do offer a nice plan including vision and dental if you choose. Also if you are a single person and meet the requirements, they pay all the premiums for the year.