112 employees reported this benefit
Southern California Edison offers medical insurance.
Very Average for a Large Corporation
We have several options for health insurance (HMO, PPO, etc.) and I have always chosen the HMO. It could be cheaper, but I'm very pleased overall
Annual Enrollment for health and wellness
It's ok. Copays continue to increase annually. As with other employers SCE is paying less of the shared cost than ever. Thanks Obama Care.
Appears to be the standard other companies give.
Health insurance options are good.
Standard insurance options -- HMO, PPO, etc.
I like that SCE offers a variety of choices from HMO to PPO. The PPO is more generous than some others that I'm aware of, especially in terms of having a lower deductible than some other plans. That said, ALL employers' that are using the conventional health care plans (e.g., Blue Shield) are necessarily subjecting their employees to the ever-increasing differential between the cost of using Out-of-Network (OON) providers and the Usual & Customary (U&C) cost. For example, I need to see an OON specialist who is two leaps above the quality of any of the In-Network providers. The OON specialist charges $200, the premium PPO that I have through SCE says that the U&C cost is $77 and they will cover 70% of $77. Unfortunately, I don't see this as an SCE-specific issue, just a health insurance issue that continues to grow.
not bad comparing to other companies , only the employee has to pay for portion of it. not a 100% free
Good but not great. 80/20 premium split. Slightly high on premiums, other orgs are cheaper for family coverage.