Since regular eye exams can detect diseases like glaucoma, diabetes, and blindness, more employees are looking for vision coverage as part of their employee benefits package. Whether employees have perfect vision or need corrective lenses, preventive eye care is an important part of their overall health. As one of the country’s most respected benefits providers, Guardian can help you provide comprehensive eye coverage to your clients.
To ensure we meet the specific needs of your clients, we offer Guardian Vision with the choice of three networks: VSP, Davis Vision and Avesis.
Plus, our unique Dual Choice option allows employers to offer their members the choice between two plan types so they can best suit their needs. This option is available for employers with 50 or more eligible employees.
Guardian Vision can be employer-paid or voluntary. There are several advantages to providing Vision coverage on a voluntary basis. Employers can offer stronger coverage without added costs, and can save on taxes because premiums are paid via automatic pre-tax payroll deductions. Employees get to enroll in valuable coverage at significantly lower rates than they would pay as individuals, and they can cover expenses that may not be paid for by other types of insurance.
Guardian Vision gives your employees access to a diverse selection of private practice and retail providers through our large, convenient network. This includes convenient retailers including Costco, Walmart and Visionworks, so it’s easy to get the exams, lenses and care needed.
- Plans are customizable and help employees save. Contact lens evaluation and fitting are standard on all plans with a copay. Employees can choose from a range of material allowances. Lens options can be covered in full and include polycarbonate, transitional, and progressive lenses.
- Optional features include allowances on Lasik surgery, and benefits for diabetic eye care and low vision.
- We provide fast, accurate, online service so your clients can access information quickly and easily.