Raytheon Technologies Health Insurance

466 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 8, 2015
3.5
107 Ratings

Employer Summary

Raytheon offers medical coverage.

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Employee Comments

Showing 31–40 of 107
Sep 3, 2018
Former Employee

The benefit was really good HSA :+1:

Jul 29, 2018
Current Systems Engineer in Washington, District of Columbia

Normal HSA medical plan. no issues

Jul 15, 2018
Current Employee

Cost is too high for the benefits received

Jul 3, 2018
Current Logistics Specialist in Woburn, Massachusetts

Best is HSA, worst is High Deductible

Jun 21, 2018
Current Sr. Electrical Engineer II in Andover, Massachusetts

United Health Care high deductible plan. The plan is a la carte meaning "choice" and you can go directly to specialists. You pay for everything out of pocket up to the deductible which you can choose $3-4000. Then coinsurance 10-20% until the out of pocket max near $7,000 for a family. The company contributes to an HSA on your behalf and you can contribute up to federal limits using pre-tax money. The money is never taxed if used for medical expenses. I actually like the plan ok, the premiums are not too bad, but they doubled last year, and I expect them to keep rising.

May 13, 2018
Current Employee

Standard health benefits yeah yeahv

May 2, 2018
Current Employee

Only HSA or Kaiser, but the by in for HSA is pretty low compared to other employers. No longer offering PPO.

Mar 22, 2018
Former Employee

Only plans are low premium/ high deductable. My family frequently has to travel over an hour to find in-network providers.

Mar 22, 2018
Current Software Engineer in State College, Pennsylvania

Only low premium/high deductables available.

Feb 14, 2018
Current Electrical Engineer in Tucson, Arizona

Health insurance is really good.

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