VSP Vision PlanWe are excited to announce that we are moving our vision insurance plan to VSP! This new coverage will begin on April 1, 2018. As a VSP member, you have access to care from great eye doctors, quality eyewear, and all at the lowest out-of-pocket costs.
Please review the following tips to help you through this change:
- Review the VSP Plan Summary to learn about this new coverage (alternative VSP Plan Overview)
- Review the Transition from Regence vision to VSP FAQ to learn about this change
- Visit with VSP at the Benefit Fairs or at Q&A sessions at the Main Campus on 2/22 and 2/26 from 9am to 11am in the HR Training Room on the 3rd floor of the Admin West Building
- No enrollment form is required to enroll in VSP if you are currently enrolled in the Regence vision plan. You will only need to submit an enrollment form during Open Enrollment if you are making a new election for vision coverage or if you are updating who you have covered on your vision plan.
- We encourage you to review your current benefit elections and recipients in your Employee Self Service
- The current Regence plan will no longer be available, with coverage ending on March 31, 2018
- After April 1st - create an account at www.vsp.com to review your benefits
- Log in with the last four digits of your social security number and follow the prompts
- Once logged in, you can search for VSP network doctors, access personalized eligibility and view plan coverage details
- Click on the “Special Offers” to learn about Exclusive Member Extras and added value savings
- To view the VSP network doctors prior to April 1st, go to www.vsp.com and click on “Find a Doctor” and search the “Choice” network
- To receive the lowest out-of-pocket costs, ensure your provider is “in-network” with VSP
- At your appointment, tell them you have coverage with VSP - no ID cards are issued and/or necessary
- There are no claim forms to complete when you see a VSP provider
- Please call VSP at 800-877-7195 for assistance
Vision Plan Premiums
If you are a regular full-time employee that works 35 or more hours per week, the County pays the full monthly premium for Vision Insurance. If you are a regular part-time employee that works between 20 and 34 hours per week, the County’s contribution toward your vision insurance premiums will be pro-rated in an amount equal to your budgeted F.T.E.