Total Rewards at Caleres
You have two vision plan options through UnitedHealthcare:
The plans both provide comprehensive vision care with access to a large national network (Spectera) that has ophthalmologists and optometrists in private practice and retail settings. The Traditional Plan provides a higher level of benefits. See the chart below for a quick comparison of the options.
|Traditional Plan||Preventive Plan|
|Eye Exam||Covered in full||$10 copay|
(Single or Bifocal)
|No copay||$25 copay|
|Frames||$160 allowance every 12 months, plus 20% off balance over $160||$110 allowance every 24 months, plus 20% off balance over $110|
|Contacts||$25 copay, then $160 allowance||$25 copay, then $110 allowance|
Note: The amounts shown here are for in-network coverage. You’ll pay more if you choose a provider who's not in the network. Frequency for exam and lenses or contacts is every 12 months.
Vision ID Cards
United Health Care (Vision)
Group Number: 752312e
You don’t need a vision ID card to use your benefits. If you would like a card, you can print one from myuhcvision.com. Log in and look for “Print ID Card” on the main dashboard page.