45 employees reported this benefit
Very poor health plan. Unhelpful customer service line. Fairly high premium given it's a HDHP. And limited contribution into the HSA.
Best thing--affordable. Caregivers insurance is mostly free, dependents are easy to add and the price per month is acceptable.
The options for healthcare were numerous. Peacehealth Medical Group is a widespread group of doctors and other healthcare professionals from Alaska to Oregon.
With my numerous medical issues that require prescriptions, Tests, or surgery. Never was a claim, nor pre authorization denied or questioned. They even provided a nurse manager for me to call with a direct line, if I had any issues with my prescriptions, or pre authorizations waiting. I was completely amazed with the compassion and professionalism they show for their employees.
The overall coverage on the PPO plan is fair compared to the open market options.
Health insurance was good, it was affordable and benefits were good, I really had no complaints
Fair eough, even if you get quite sick
Health insurance is only offered to 32 hours - 3/4 time employees.
Quality plan offered by a national provider. With employer contributions, insurance is reasonably priced and not difficult to cover. Overall, pretty solid.
Cost is exorbitant for families and what the insurance package entails. It's simply too expensive for a minimal package. I know several employees here that struggle paying their family insurance costs every month. And as for HSA's (which they have), terrible idea any way you look at it.