The New Contact Lense Benefit

The new VSP contact lense benefit is scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2012. The plan will separate the materials allowance from the contact lense services. The goal is to better align the benefits between medical and vision plans. Patients will pay a $60 copay for the examination materials. They will receive reimbursement for 85% of the usual and customary charges filed with VSP.

The new benefit is phased in over several years

The new lenses will require professional aftercare. This is necessary to ensure that the lenses are working properly. This is not covered by EyeMed, and will have to be paid for out-of-pocket by the member. Many EyeMed plans also provide an allowance for contact lens materials, and some of the services will even come with additional benefits. But the most important benefit is that you’ll enjoy the benefits of these new contact lenses.

Choosing a plan that covers contact lens materials is a great way to save money. Many plans include two follow-up visits, which means you’ll have no out-of-pocket expenses. Moreover, some plans even pay for professional after-care of new lenses. However, the costs of these follow-ups are not covered by EyeMed. It’s up to you to make that choice. You’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for this service, but it’s well worth it if it’s covered by your plan.

contact lens materials

When you need new contact lens materials, your EyeMed plan will cover them for you. The benefit is designed to address the needs of those with eye conditions that make it impossible to wear traditional contact lenses. While there are still some challenges that may make wearing contact lenses difficult, the technology is improving. For those who are hard-to-fit for contact lenses, this will be a big benefit. For some people, however, the cost of this procedure is too high, while others have a very low cost.

Once your contact lens materials are approved, the plan will pay for the necessary after-care. After-care will ensure that the lens is functioning properly. The plan will also cover any additional follow-up visits. Most EyeMed plans will pay for up to 2 follow-up visits for the lenses. If you have a vision condition that requires you to wear contacts regularly, you should consult your eye doctor about a contact lense option that fits your lifestyle.

Conclusion

If your vision insurance plan covers contact lenses, you may not need to pay for the lenses themselves. However, if you need to use them on a regular basis, you may have to pay out-of-pocket for the after-care. You should ask the plan to cover this cost as well. The plan should also cover the materials and the fitting process for the lenses. The eye care plan should cover the materials, but the provider should also have a good reputation.

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