Rally Health Health Insurance

26 employees reported this benefit
Updated Mar 30, 2015
8 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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Jul 23, 2019
Current Employee

Since we're owned by United Healthcare, we offer that insurance. Very competitive employee / employer contributions. They continually look for ways to improve offering.

Jul 11, 2019
Current Employee

Health benefit is cheap, but not free.

Mar 17, 2019
Current Employee

UnitedHealthcare is absolute garbage as an insurer. A lot of things just aren't covered. In particular, it is almost impossible to get mental health coverage with United. In theory they offer it. In practice there are ZERO (read that ZERO) Psychiatrists in the city of Chicago who accept United. Their reimbursement rates are so low, doctors just won't work with them. In terms of things United will actually *deny,* expect anything related to sleep, non-acute neurological conditions (migraines etc.) and chronic illness to be denied repeatedly. The actual plan, in terms of premiums and copays, isn't bad. On the PPO option, we are a $10 copay for most things, reasonable rates for emergency care. But it's almost impossible to get approved for any kind of chronic care, so it doesn't really matter how much we would pay in theory.

Mar 5, 2018
Former Employee

Coercing everyone into the high deductible plan despite record profits. Tone deaf explanations for the change.

Nov 13, 2017
Current Employee

100% paid health insurance used to be their best benefit but now it's the same as any other company after being acquired by United Healthcare. They're also eliminating any other healthcare options besides UHG.

Feb 25, 2017
Former Sr SW Engineer in San Francisco, California

Company pays 100% for employees

Feb 16, 2017
Former Employee

A health care tech company that offers health insurance. Novel

Nov 19, 2016
Former Consumer Support Representative in Denver, Colorado

They really made sure you were taken care of. Health Insurance was not only included, but they paid for it in full.