85 employees reported this benefit
Terrible health insurance, very expensive, very high deductibles, very high prescription costs.
the University of Miami is self insured and has it's on health care plan, since it is a health care provider so it reduces it's plans if you choose to use it's one health care system. but more expensive if you choose out of network.
You get to choose the plan you want and are able to make some upgrades to it. Plus it has dental included
it has a good benefits package since it is an educational institude
It is very good, but it does not cover every thing. and of course, no dental!
Health insurance was great compared to the industry. Doctors were steps away and we had many to choose from. Overall, pretty good.
only three options to choose from and had to run potential health care scenarios calculations to attempt to choose the best option - easy to choose a plan either above or below what you may need.
Just that it does not cover 100% for all graduate students who are teaching assistants, but only 80% for doctoral students who serve as teaching assistants. Everybody else is on their own.
It could be worse.
Several different options to suit your needs and income level. Most plans available through AETNA or you can set it up more customized. Health, dental, vision available.