Group vision plans focus on eye health
- Low, fixed copays for most common vision services
Plus low, fixed costs for items like lenses, frames and contacts.
- Diabetic eye exam, testing and care included in most plans
Help diabetic employees preserve their vision and reduce overall costs related to diabetes complications.
- National network including 95,000 private practitioners and retail locations such as Target®, LensCrafters® and Pearle Vision®.
Eye health gets more important each year
Approximately 38 million Americans have eye disease; that’s expected to rise to 56 million by 2030.1 Helping employees maintain or correct their vision is simply good business.
Vision health in America
Digital eye strain
59% of Americans report symptoms of eye strain.2
Related health problems
Eye disorders and vision loss are among the costliest conditions to the U.S. economy.3
Employees want vision benefits
More than half of employees consider vision care a must-have benefit.4
A majority of employees enroll in vision plans when offered.5
Vision care is a good investment
Benefits are utilized
87% of Americans with vision benefits intend to get an eye exam in the next 12 months.6
Vision coverage is becoming routine
63% of large companies offer or contribute to a vision plan.7
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- “Eye Health & Protecting Your Vision,” National Institutes of Health National Eye Institute, last accessed April 23, 2019, , opens new window.
- “Digital Eye Strain,” The Vision Council, last accessed April 23, 2019, , opens new window.
- “Cost of Vision Problems: The Economic Burden of Vision Loss and Eye Disorders in the United States,” NORC at the University of Chicago, last accessed April 23, 2019, , opens new window.
- “MetLife’s 15th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study,” MetLife, last accessed April 23, 2019, , opens new window.
- “Employees See Vision Benefits as Important Part of Package,” BenefitsPro.com, last accessed April 23 2019, , opens new window.
- “New, Eye-Opening Evidence Links Vision Benefits to Healthier Vision Behavior,” National Association of Vision Care Plans, last accessed April 24, 2019, , opens new window.
- “Dental, vision plans shifting to what employees want,” BusinessInsurance.com, last accessed April 24, 2019, , opens new window.