ll eligible employees are covered by a comprehensive vision insurance plan with EyeMed. Vision insurance is bundled (comes with) with medical insurance and enrollment levels must match (single, two-person, or family). For employees without WSU medical insurance coverage, vision is only available as a voluntary election (see below).
- Upcoming Dependent Eligibility Audit
- To enroll: enrollment form must be accompanied by the required supporting documentation outlined here: Dependent Eligibility and Supporting Documentation Requirements
- Medical, Dental and Vision Rates
- Vision Plan Description
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Provider Locator (Choose the "Select" Network)
- EyeMed Out of Network Claim Form
Basic Vision Plan
The Basic Plan through EyeMed will automatically be provided to all eligible employees who are enrolled in a WSU medical plan. Note: If you are not interested in a higher level of vision coverage, no action is required. You will remain in the basic vision plan.
Enhanced Buy-Up Vision Plan
Employees have the option as a new employee or during Open Enrollment to upgrade to the Enhanced Buy-up Plan. This plan offers higher eyewear allowances and several lens options covered with no copay as part of the benefit. If you elect the Enhanced Buy-up Plan you must remain in that plan for the full 2019 calendar year.
Comparing Basic vs. Enhanced Buy-Up Vision Plans
Voluntary Vision Plan
If you have declined WSU medical insurance, you may enroll in the Voluntary Vision Plan (either the Basic or Enhanced Buy-Up) at the time of hire, during Open Enrollment, or upon a Life Status Change Event.
2020 Voluntary Vision Cost Per Pay
|Coverage Level||Basic Vision Plan |
|Enhanced Buy-Up Vision Plan |