Did you know that despite the significance of sight in our daily lives, many individuals neglect regular eye check-ups, potentially jeopardizing their eye health?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, of the estimated 93 million U.S. adults at high risk for vision loss, only half visited an eye doctor in the past 12 months.
An annual vision exam enables the early detection and progression of various eye conditions, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.
Things you should know:
Take the first step toward ensuring your eye health.
Enroll in the UCC Vision Plan.
Open enrollment for the UCC Vision Plan begins January 10 through February 15.
The UCC Vision Plan is offered on a stand-alone basis, regardless of participation in the UCC (Non-Medicare) Health Plan or UCC Medicare Advantage Plan. The Plan offers access to a nationwide network of eye care providers through VSP. Plan benefits include annual eye exams, prescription glasses or contact lenses, as well as discounts on lens options, additional glasses, and sunglasses. View the VSP Flyer to learn more.
Please visit this link for the enrollment application. You will receive a notification at the beginning of March that your vision invoice is available for payment.
Are you a current UCC Vision Plan Member? There is no need to submit an application, you will receive a notification when your bill is ready to pay.
Don’t be among the millions of Americans who are neglecting their eye health. Start prioritizing your health and give your eyes the care and attention they deserve.
For additional information, contact Member Services toll-free at 1.800.642.6543, or visit the UCC Vision Plan web page.