The UnitedHealthcare Vision program offers excellent eye care benefits.
Our benefits include:
Coverage on most vision expenses We cover annual eye exams, glasses and frames completely. We also cover select contact lenses (others are available with copayment). In addition, members receive discounts on laser eye surgery.
Paperwork-free vision benefits Members may schedule appointments and purchase glasses or frames without having to show claim forms or ID cards.
Frame allowance Members receive a generous allowance which applies to frames purchased at vision network providers.
Standard scratch-resistant coating We cover scratch-resistant lens coating in full for every pair of glasses purchased through a network provider.
Optional covered-in-full contact lens benefit We cover select contact lens purchases in full, including initial fitting evaluation and up to two follow-up visits. We also offer allowances for contacts not included in the covered-in-full selection.
Expansive national network Choose from over 50,000 network providers, including both private practice and retail chain locations.
Give your employees the most appropriate options and benefits available in eye care with UnitedHealthcare Vision.
Distribute the newsletter to your employees to create awareness of the importance of having an annual eye exam for children. View and download a sample newsletter (PDF).
Integrated Eye Care
Vision benefits are positively impacting the costs of diabetes and hypertension. Learn more on how to maximize the value of vision care benefits.
Learn more about eye health by watching these videos:
Eye Health Issues Preventive Care
You can have perfect vision and still have problems with your eyes. A comprehensive eye exam can uncover and diagnose potential problems. Watch video
When Should Children Have Eyes Examined?
There are a lot of different ways to check preschoolers' eyes. When problems are detected early, they can be treated more effectively. Watch video
Eye Health and Diabetes
Diabetes is a disease that affects the blood vessels, and the blood vessels in the eye are no exception. Watch video
Computer Vision Syndrome
An estimated 88 percent of people that work on computers will have a problem associated with CVS, including eye strain and headaches. Watch video
Bridge2Health, our integrated approach to employee benefits, allows us to leverage a wide range of data to identify and then reach out to at-risk members with education, programs and services that help them achieve the best health possible. When employees are healthy, your business can be, too, with lower costs, reduced absenteeism and greater productivity.