McClatchy offers two vision plans designed to provide our benefit-eligible employees with care to maintain their optical health. Additional information on vision coverage is listed below.
McClatchy's vision plans, administered by VSP, help make it easy for you to get the eye care you need. Both plans provide access to network providers at negotiated discount costs and cover preventive services, such as exams and offer discounts on the purchase of prescription glasses and/or contacts.
Basic Vision Plan
This plan offers the lowest cost monthly premium contribution since coverage is limited to WellVision exams. However, covered members receive discounts for prescription glasses and contacts purchased from a VSP provider.
Comprehensive Vision Plan
In addition to the discounts and savings offered as part of the Basic Plan, the Comprehensive Vision Plan also includes an allowance for frames and lenses or contacts every other calendar year.
The plan overview is designed to highlight some of the benefits available under the Comprehensive Vision plan.
The Summary Plan Description (SPD) is a detailed guide to what services the Comprehensive Plan plan covers and how the plan works.
Search the VSP website to see if your doctor is in the network or to find a new doctor.
Take advantage of these exclusive rebates, discounts, and special offers available only to VSP members.
- COUPON - $20 to spend on featured frame brands
- Receive additional savings shopping at Eyeconic eyewear online
- Eyewear Protection Program
- Save up to $140 on your CooperVision contact lenses
- Earn up to $200 in rewards from Bausch+Lomb products
Additional exclusive member extras and special offers available on the VSP Member site
Preventive eye care is the first line of defense against vision problems and eye exams at every age and life stage can help keep your vision strong. Early treatment is critically important to prevent some common eye diseases from causing permanent vision loss or blindness.
We've provided some information below on how to care for your eyes and detect early signs of eye-related issues.
Did you know eye exams can help detect serious health conditions such as diabetes?