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Vision

We offer one vision plan through EyeMed

Our vision plan is available through EyeMed. If you or a covered dependent will need routine eye care, our vision plan can help make your glasses and contacts much more affordable. 

You can also pair with a tax-free saving account to help pay for out-of-pocket expenses. Plus, most expenses are automatically substantiated—​meaning you don't have to submit as many receipts! 

Plan highlights

  • The plan covers preventive exams, lenses, frames and contacts
  • When you visit an optician in the EyeMed network, your eye exam copay is only $10
  • If you need glasses, frames are covered up to $170. Anything above $170 would be out of pocket, but discounted. Most lenses are covered after a $10 copay
  • If you wear contacts, you will pay a contact lens fitting exam copay of $25, which then covers contacts up to $170. Anything above $170 would be out of pocket
  • Preventive eye exams are not included as part of our health plan coverage, so you may want to consider our stand-alone vision plan through EyeMed
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Deeper Dive

Use a tax-free savings account for vision costs

This site summarizes the programs and benefits available to employees and their eligible dependents. Official plan documents, policies and certificates of insurance that contain the details, conditions, maximum benefit levels and restrictions on benefits govern our benefits program and are available on this site. In case of a conflict between this site and the official documents, the official documents prevail. The information on this site isn't a guarantee of benefits. Baylor Scott & White reserves the right to modify or terminate its employee benefit plans and programs at any time for any reason.

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