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2 Ways to Save on Eye Care

Use your Flex Plan and insurance benefits to save on eye care.

If you have delayed having an eye exam or eye care procedure due to cost, there are actually ways to save money on these medical appointments – or even have an eye exam at no cost.

  1. Take advantage of insurance benefits
  2. Use your Flex Plan

At Pacific Eye Institute we are always looking for new ways to help our patients afford their very best vision. We would be happy to explain these options in more detail. Read on to learn more.

Insurance Benefits

By this time of year, many people have already met their insurance deductible and can have eye exams or vision procedures at little or no cost. Insurance deductibles reset at the beginning of the year. It’s important to get the eye care treatment process started now so you have plenty of time to learn about the procedure, decide what treatment options are best for your unique lifestyle and have your procedure(s) before the end of 2019.

Flex Plans

If the company you work for offers a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), you can choose to enroll in the program and have a portion of your pre-tax wages placed into the account. That means your taxable income is lowered and you can save money on eye care procedures that aren’t covered by insurance. LASIK vision correction and cataract surgery are just a couple of examples.

Alert: these plans have many rules. You must use the money you save within a certain timeframe or you may lose it. So, have an eye exam with us before you enroll to make sure the procedure you want is right for your eyes.

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We recently announced that our offices would be canceling and rescheduling all non-emergency surgeries and all non-urgent clinic visits, but your eye care doesn’t have to wait.

We are now offering virtual teleophthalmology visits for nearly all types of non-urgent visits. To learn more about virtual visits, please click here or call us to request an appointment.

For more information on how we are handling in-office visits, please click here.