Nearly 40 million Americans over age 40 have some form of vision impairment.* But only about a third of businesses offer vision insurance to their employees.** Yet, eye exams can detect serious health problems such as cancer and diabetes. Thus, businesses that offer this benefit can keep more employees more productive, for longer periods.
As a member of the Wood Products Manufacturers Association, you can enjoy an exclusive-member-only competitive advantage: offering this necessary but often-overlooked coverage to your employees.
Your employees get the advantage of working with a business that offers them and their families a prized benefit: Vision coverage that may cost them less than they could find on their own.
** Zenefits.com, “What Percentage of Companies Offer Vision Insurance?” viewed 7-9-19 at https://www.zenefits.com/blog/what-percentage-of-companies-offer-vision-insurance/
You can offer a plan with two coverage options, all with low deductibles and copays, giving your employees maximum flexibility to balance cost with coverage. All plans cover the following, for in-network and out-of-network care:
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What Is Covered?
Both coverage options include:
Do I Have to Use a Network Provider?
Employees can use their preferred providers, including those operated by big-box stores and national chains. They may save money by using a UnitedHealthcare network provider. To compare coverage options, click here.
NAM Health Care is fully ACA-compliant, administered by Mercer and sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), of which the Wood Products Manufacturers Association (WPMA) is an affiliate member. Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance are underwritten by UnitedHealthcare®. Plans are not available to member employers in all states. All licensed and appointed agents with UnitedHealthcare have the ability to sell the NAM Health Care offering through an open-distribution model.
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