We are redefining how businesses view employee benefits. Employee benefits are an investment in the resources that make businesses run and should be treated as such. Communicating the benefits you offer will help you realize the most from your investment.

Vision

Vision as an employee benefit, whether offered as an employer-paid or as a voluntary benefit, is one of the most affordable and oftentimes overlooked benefits available.

 

Bearence Management Group offers a wide variety of options when it comes to the evaluation of vision benefit providers, funding options for vision coverage and communications available to assist employees to receive the most benefit for their money.

 

Vision Facts:

 

Vision and eye health problems are the second most prevalent and chronic health care problem in the United States, affecting more than 120 million people.

 

Approximately 61 percent of Americans --- about 172 million people --- required some form of vision correction.

 

Nearly one out of four American children between the ages of 3 - 16 wears eyeglasses.

 

Ten percent of American children under the age of 12 need vision correction.

 

According to a study conducted by Prevent Blindness America, about 11.5 percent of the U.S. high school students (1.6 million American teens) may have undiagnosed or untreated vision problems.

 

Seventy-five percent of employees who use a computer will suffer an eye or vision problem. The most common symptoms are eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision and dry or irritated eyes.

 

Cataracts are the primary reason for self-reported vision impairment and the third leading cause of preventable blindness in the United States.

 

A survey from the Society for Human Resources Management shows 73 percent of employers now offer some form of vision benefit.

 

A recent survey reported that approximately 40 million Americans received vision care benefits via third-party programs.

 

More than 16 million Americans have diabetes, and diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in adults between the age of 20 and 74. It is estimated that only 40-50 percent of diabetics are screened annually. Vision plans work to promote routine care and detection of retinopathy.

 

*Vision Facts taken from information provided by AVESIS Vision Benefits

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