At Premise Health, our team members are our greatest asset. That’s why we are committed to ensuring that employees and their families are able to get the most from their health and wellness benefits program. All team members classified by Premise Health as regular, full-time employees will be eligible to enroll in healthcare benefits.
When it comes to benefits and perks, we have everything you would expect from an innovative and engaged healthcare company. Our programs support the health and happiness of our team members in an effort to reinforce our mission: "To help people get, stay and be well."
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“For non-providers, you get 18 days the first year. Then an extra 2 days after your first anniversary.”
“Will match up to 100% of the first 3% of compensation and 50% of the next 2% after one year of employment. You can contribute (no match) before that.”
“It is very high priced and covers very little.”
Competitive Health insurance plus extra benefits to company specific offerings like virtual appointments, pharmacy discounts, etc..
Best: Open to remote work, 9 paid holidays, flex work schedule. Worst: Health insurance is expensive unless you choose a high deductible plan.
PTO is generous can roll over 40 hours
Nice benefit package for their employees
Aside from Pre-tax dollar options, Premise, every enrollment period, made it a little more expensive to retain the same level of benefits at a decent price. While they're based in Tennessee, their cost of living and method of approach to benefits is different across state lines. In San Francisco, I was shelling out more and my co-pay was still very unusually expensive for non-preventative visits. Bereavement allotment was a nice surprise. I was pleased with how my 401k was accruing value and I was also happy with my HSA option account value after a year. I did not like that we had these pointless on-the-side video assignments we had to do EVERY MONTH without fail. TBH in California--Premise Health was not a good facilitator for someone coming just out of medical assistant school/extern.
Overall good variety of benefits; wish health insurance was better & tuition reimbursement was consistently offered.
Mediocre, Time off was hard to use
Good amount of benefits and PTO
Part-time (per diem) RN benefits: commuter benefits, option to participate in 401k
Benefits program is very competitive and in some cases less expensive for better benefits compared to other health employers of the same size...because we are involved in the benefits and insurance of much larger companies (the clients) it can be easy to forget this. Always receive personalized attention to any issues or questions I’ve had from Benefits and HR.
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