Vision Service Plan (VSP) has the most extensive network of optometrists and vision care specialists in the country. When you choose a VSP provider, the plan will pay a higher level of coverage.
Regular full-time and part-time employees. Flextime employees, interns, co-op and seasonal employees are included in a 12-month measurement period to determine health care benefit eligibility.
How It Works
Connect with Accolade to get help with your benefits decisions.
Once you’ve explored all of the benefits options available to you, you’re ready to complete the enrollment steps.
When to Enroll
You can enroll in a medical plan:
- As a new hire, within 31 days of your first day of work.
- During the annual enrollment period every June. You’ll get detailed enrollment instructions with your enrollment materials.
- Within 31 days of a qualified family status change, such as you get married or divorced or have a baby.
How to Get Started
|Service||VSP Provider||Non-VSP Provider|
If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes: $20 copay per visit for routine and follow-up diabetic eye care services from a VSP doctor.
|Frame||$10 copay, up to a $200 limit on frames||$70 reimbursement|
|Glass Lenses||Included with frame, some limits may apply*||$50 single, $75 bifocal, $100 trifocal, reimbursement|
|Contact Lenses||$60 copay for contact exam, up to $300 allowance for materials*||$105 reimbursement|
|Computer Glasses (for employees only)||$10 copay, every 12 months, up to a $180 limit on frames||N/A|
* The plan includes either frames, lenses or contact lenses once every 12 months.
Benefits are available on a rolling 12-month schedule, so you’ll be eligible for a benefit 12 months after you last received it.
For more information about your coverage, exclusions and benefit levels, see the VSP Summary.
Where to Get Help
Vision Service Plan (VSP)