|#1||Optilegra||2 in Rapid City
1 in Sioux Falls
1 in Dakota Dunes
|#2||EyeMed||1 in Dakota Dunes|
|#2||Avesis||1 in Dakota Dunes|
(nearest is Bloomington, MN)
(no LASIK benefit)
|#1||Optilegra||Based in Sioux Falls|
|#2||Davis||Based in San Antonio, Texas|
|#3||Avesis||Based in Phoenix, Arizona|
|#4||VSP||Based in Sacramento, California|
|#5||EyeMed||Based in Milan, Italy|
There are 3 types of glasses-wearers, (1) those who wear bifocals, (2) those who wear single-vision glasses, and (3) those who wear contacts. If you’re offering a voluntary vision plan, it’s important to offer a plan option designed for each type. Does your vision plan offer 3 voluntary plans to your employees?
When an employee no longer works for your company, does your vision plan contact them to offer COBRA continuation? And if so, does the vision plan collect plan contributions from the former employee or do they require you to keep collecting monthly plan contributions from your ex-employee?
Does your vision plan require eye doctors to use their in-house glasses factories? Or is the doctor free to choose the best materials and highest-quality lab?
|Optilegra||Doctor can use any lab|
|VSP||Doctor must use VSP|
|Avesis||Doctor must use Avesis|
|EyeMed||Doctor must use EyeMed|
|Davis||Doctor must use Davis|
The South Dakota Retailers Association was founded in 1897 and represents over 4,000 businesses across South Dakota. Which vision plan do they trust?