Aug. 19, 2015 – Vision disorders are the second most prevalent health condition in the United States. Even if you don’t need vision correction or an updated prescription, an annual eye exam enables your doctor to check the health of your eyes.
Looking for health care? Need a dental plan or insurance for yourself or your firm? Check out these State Bar Member Benefits
Find out how you can save money and protect yourself, your family, or your business through the insurance benefits available to State Bar members.
Available benefits include auto and home insurance; health, dental and vision insurance; life, long-term care and long-term disability insurance, professional liability insurance, group accidental death and dismemberment insurance, and property and casualty insurance for firms.
For more information about State Bar member benefits, visit the member benefits insurance page on WisBar.org.
Bultman Financial Services, Inc. offers health, dental, life, long and short term disability, and long-term care insurance to State Bar members. For more information about these State Bar approved insurance programs, see the Bultman Financial Services website.
For more information on the State Bar’s dental plan, see the notice in the Jan. 21, 2015, issue of InsideTrack.
Keep your vision clear and get the care you need with the State Bar of Wisconsin’s new EyeMed Vision Plan for members and their families, administered by Bultman Financial.
Access to a Nationwide Network of Providers
The EyeMed Vision Plan covers access to the biggest nationwide network and has the largest choice of providers compared with other nationwide carriers. Whether you live in Wisconsin or practice in another part of the country, you can take advantage of this cost-saving benefit.
The EyeMed Vision Plan is an economical way to fit eye care into your budget, maintain your health, and help your kid’s school performance.
Spot Potential Health Risks for You and Your Family
Proper eye care can lead to the early detection, and early treatment, of eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration. Plus, since the eye is one of the only areas of the body where doctors have an unobstructed view of blood vessels, an eye exam may reveal the first signs of high blood pressure.
Annual eye exams help your children be productive and well. They can protect children's vision, overall health and provide insight into their learning: 80 percent of learning in the first 12 years comes through the eyes. And as many as 25 percent of school-age children may have vision problems that affect learning.
Two Plans to Fit Your Needs
You have a choice of two levels of benefits with the State Bar’s EyeMed Vision Plan:
Subscriber + Spouse
Subscriber + Child(ren)
Subscriber + Family
See Better – Find Out More
For more information or to determine the plan for you, visit EyeMed’s interactive webpage or view the brochure and application form.
It’s easy to find a provider close to you: Go to the EyeMed Vision Care locator page, enter your zip code, then choose the "Access" network. Or call (866) 723-0596 to speak with EyeMed Customer Service.
Enroll Now – Coverage Begins Sept. 1
To enroll, complete the application. For questions, contact the benefit administrator, Bultman Financial Services, at (262) 782-9949, toll-free at (800) 344-7040, or via com customerservice bultmanfinancial email.