Whether your vision is 20/20 or less than perfect, everyone needs regular vision care. That's why Stryker offers vision benefits as part of the Stryker Corporation Welfare Benefits Plan.
The plan provides for professional vision services as well as glasses and contact lenses. EyeMed administers vision benefits. When you purchase covered vision services and materials through EyeMed's provider network, your out-of-pocket expenses are limited to your copayments. Out-of-network services and materials are covered, too, but you pay a greater share of the cost.
While the definition of dependent child has been voluntarily amended to align with the medical and prescription benefit pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the vision benefit is not otherwise subject to the insurance market reforms of Health Care Reform.
A detailed vision plan summary is available at http://www.stryker.com/spd/2023-vision-summary.pdf