2560 employees reported this benefit
Walmart offers medical coverage.
Cost is more than it should be due to the amount of associates in the company.
more out of pocket expenses every year and less is covered
very flexible plan and overall okay
Bi-weekly cost is fair to low ,but the deductibles are high
Covered most issues that you might want. Also worth picking up just in case of an accident! Never want to be caught without it
It includes everything and you can get health insurance for your family as well if you chose to.
Monies is taken out every paycheck before taxes.
It is extremely important to remember that insurance varies by market. Wal-Mart's offered insurance has been the best I've found. 2018 private insurance lowest cost plan was Oscar Bronze. Premium: $295/mo Deductible: $7500 Max Out of Pocket: $7500 Prescription coverage: plan pays 60% AFTER deductible met. Reg. Office visit: $0 AFTER deductible Specialist: $0 AFTER deductible Hospital/ER/Urgent Care/X-ray/lab/etc: $0 AFTER deductible Out of network: no coverage Wal-Mart 2018 lowest price plan (all plans in my market are through Aetna): Premium: $36/mo Deductible: $2750 Max out of pocket: $6850 Prescription coverage: most generics $4 Reg. Office visit: $35 Specialist Office visit: $75 Urgent Care: $100 copay Walk-in Clinic: $35/$50 copay Free teledoc Lab/hospital/ER/etc: plan pays 75% AFTER deductible In the one month I've had this insurance I've already saved over $900 on doctor, lab, prescriptions, and premium.
It's garbage. Higher deductibles and premiums than private insurance. No chiropractic, lots and lots left to be desired with their type of buying power. Walmart gets richer and employees suffer; typical Walmart.
Few affordable options available for families. You'll need a two income family to make it with shared benefits.