50 employees reported this benefit
Pretty standard HDHP with and HSA, self insured plan so decent coverage network. Lots of the preventative care is covered 100%
Competitive and comprehensive, but not quite as robust as my spouse's plan.
High deductible plan with an HSA. Extremely low monthly premiums for individuals. Some goofy things going on if you add a spouse that's eligible for their own plan ($2,000/year charge)
HDHP way to high right now
High deductible plan, opted out for spouses PPO.
Seems like a good coverage, HDHP, HSA benefits, looks like they have a good dependent coverage, child care, maternity coverage, flexible spending accounts
Best that any company provides. Insurer is united Point of service plan. high premiums for family coverage but you get what you pay for. ACA (Oboma Care) might effect primiums
Coverage and benefits are declining.
You pay the first $5,000 for any individual year and then Xcel picks up nearly 100% from then on.
They provide a High Deductible Health Plan with deductibles that are expensive. I believe it was around $3000 for an individual and $5500 for a family. They don't contribute to your deductible unless you agree to invasive medical testing on site.