Insurance Vision Plans
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StudioEyes offices work with almost every vision care plan or medical insurance company including VSP, Davis Vision, EyeMed, Health Net, Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America, Medical Eye Services, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and Aetna.
What’s the difference between my Health Insurance and my Vision Insurance?
Your Vision Insurance is separate from your Health Insurance and is sometimes called a “carve-out”. It’s usually from a different insurance provider and covers an annual eye exam. Most Vision Insurance has either an allowance for a set of glasses or a fixed dollar amount for contact lens care.
Your Medical Insurance covers you for anything that has a medical diagnosis. This would include visits for an eye infection, corneal foreign body removal, sudden onset of flashes and floaters, dry eye problems, and chronic or acute allergy issues. Your Medical Insurance would also cover progress evaluations to monitor cataracts, glaucoma and other recurring issues.
How much will it cost?
Are you asking yourself “How much will my vision care plan pay for exams?”
Are you wondering “What will glasses and contacts cost?”
What we need to know
We check on your vision benefits and what benefits you have remaining before the end of your current plan enrollment period. We’ll help you maximize the use of your vision care benefits.
To help you, we’ll need this info about the person covered (the subscriber or employee) by vision care plan.
• name of subscriber
• subscriber’s insurance ID number
• birthdate of subscriber
• social security number of subscriber(sometimes needed)
This information is requested by your vision care company from us so that we can check your eligibility and benefits allowances. Please have this information ready when you call us.