Group Vision Insurance
What does group vision insurance typically cover?
Group Vision Insurance is generally purchased with a health insurance plan and covers care and treatment for your eyes. These plans often cover annual eye exams, glasses, contacts, and glaucoma screening. In some cases, vision insurance may only pay for the annual exam or treatment of eye conditions, not glasses or contacts. It’s important to understand what your policy covers. Many potential employees find value in employers who offer this extra coverage.
What you should know
Vision insurance is not a substitute for health insurance. In fact, most often a medical problem discovered by your eye doctor would fall under your health insurance, not your vision insurance. Our Benefits Specialists can advise you on the best vision coverage plan for your employees, at a reasonable rate.
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