Nov. 16, 2016 – 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 exam enables your doctor to check the health of your eyes.
Keep your vision clear and get the care you need with the State Bar of Wisconsin’s EyeMed Vision Plan for members and their families, administered by Bultman Financial. The EyeMed Vision Plan is an economical way to fit eye care into your budget, maintain your health, and help your child’s school performance.
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The EyeMed Vision Plan offers:
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.
Two plans to fit your needs. You have a choice of two levels of benefits with the State Bar’s EyeMed Vision Plan. The Essential Plan offers a base benefit along with discounts. The Enhanced Plan offers a higher benefit and lower co-pay amounts.
Subscriber + Spouse
Subscriber + Child(ren)
Subscriber + Family
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.
How to Enroll
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.
Health Care Open Enrollment Ends Jan. 31, 2017
While you can sign up for the State Bar’s Vision Plan any time, you have limited time to explore your health insurance options. Open enrollment runs through Jan. 31, 2017. This is the time to review your health insurance coverage. Whether you have an individual or group plan, evaluate whether you need to make any changes in your health insurance policy or consider options available through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
For more information, see “Time for Your Annual Health Insurance Coverage Checkup: Open Enrollment through Jan. 31,” in the Nov. 2, 2016, issue of InsideTrack.