Group vision benefits for employers

More than a dozen different medical conditions can be discovered during a dilated eye exam, like diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.1 Beyond just getting the right glasses or contacts prescription, regular vision exams can make a big difference in overall health.

Providing access to a quality vision provider network

Employees get a variety of choices for eye care — including private practices, online options and popular retailers like Warby Parker, GlassesUSA™, Costco®, Sam’s Club™, America’s Best®, Walmart®, Target® and LensCrafters®.

Aiming to improve overall health, delivering more value

With integrated UnitedHealthcare Medical and Vision plans, we can more quickly intervene on behalf of at-risk members, which may help lower medical claims costs. In fact, employers with integrated plans saw 15% better identification of chronic conditions among employees2 and $1.69 lower medical claims per member per month.2

Offering enhanced benefits for moms and kids

Because vision may change frequently during pregnancy and childhood, vision plans include additional maternity and pediatric benefits, such as coverage for a second eye exam per plan year and new glasses if vision changes reach a certain threshold in a plan year.

Delivering discounts on frames, lenses and contacts

In addition to savings of 20% to 60% off retail frames and lenses, employees may also qualify for discounted contact lenses and laser vision correction.

Providing 24/7 access to plan information

At, employees can search for a provider, print a vision ID card, view benefit information, find answers to questions and more.

Save a bundle when you bundle

Fully insured employers with group sizes between 2 and 100 may see additional savings when they offer UnitedHealthcare Vision alongside their UnitedHealthcare Medical and/or other Specialty plans. Ask your broker, consultant or UnitedHealthcare representative for details.

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