There are several health care choices. Most t of them are good.
Health, dental, and vision insurance covers everything, and it's the best you can get in the Philadelphia area. It was probably the most difficult thing to let go of when leaving my job.
Penn offers comprehensive medical, prescription, dental and vision benefits. It also provides one time salary in life insurance without any cost.
About the same as you would expect for any hospital.
Best: Exceptional benefits Worst: Benefits outside of the Penn Medicine system are not as good, if you want to stay with a doc outside the network it will be expensive.
Health Insurance covers a good amount. A great perk is the Special Delivery program for expectant mothers who deliver at the University Hospital, covering all costs associated with appointments and delivery.
There are a wide variety of plans offered, from bare bones to Blue Cross Blue Shield Personal Choice. The physicians in Penn's network are among the finest in the country.
good options, FSA payroll deduction, option with HSA
I have had far fewer problems using my Penn insurance than my friends with private sector jobs.
I have Keystone Heath Plan East and love it. I get to go tot all the Doctors of my choice as well as my family members