61 employees reported this benefit
The lack of providers actually take the insurance. Half of the doctors are not good that are in network
Plenty of affordable options when it comes to basic health insurance or the ability to include dental, opthalmology, accidental insurance, etc.
Had some issues especially when leaving. They said benefits would end a certain date yet went ahead and cancelled weeks before they stated and now I’m getting hit with bills!
Prescription benefit plan is difficult to navigate.
Not bad, better than most employers
The health benefits are ok except if you have to go to the doctor a lot the copays add up. If you have to have out patient surgery or need to visit the emergency room it becomes very expensive. However they do allow you to have payroll deductions for the amount owed for as little as $25.00 a paycheck.
Again you have to go to one of their facilities for anything like care, labs, radiology, and prescriptions which requires you to go downtown
The major advantages of Orlando Health's health insurance was the range and number of providers, and distance from work.
Benefits are not available until after 30 days (amount of time seems to fluctuate) as opposed to competitor (benefits available on day 1). Must have perscriptions filled at pharmacy on-site and will almost always go generic.
I did not need to use it at all. Never got sick or injured while working there. It only cost $90/ month.