Why many Wisconsinites don’t have vision insurance
Some employer-sponsored health insurance plans don’t include vision coverage or offer vision insurance only as an add-on (with a bigger premium).
Individual vision insurance plans are available, but they usually require a 12-month commitment paid upfront. With many of these plans, patients still have to pay out of pocket for part of the cost of an eye exam, glasses, or contact lenses. For most people, it just doesn’t make sense to pay $15-$20 a month for vision insurance (plus enrollment fees and copays).
Simplifying the cost of eye care, one patient at a time
If you don’t have insurance and want to know how much it’ll cost out of pocket to get the vision care you need, we’re here to help.
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