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Vision insurance

You need real coverage with comprehensive options to help you protect your vision and even spot early signs of disease elsewhere.

Coverage you need; support you deserve

Lincoln VisionConnect® provides a full-featured vision product, including a choice of providers from the growing national Spectera eye care network. Choose in-network or out-of-network care. You get generous benefits for contacts, lenses and frames. Other benefits include:

  • The option of choosing any provider, including in-network online options:

Warby Parker: Only Lincoln VisionConnect® lets employees apply their annual allowance automatically to purchase eyeglasses and/or contact lenses from this convenient online and retail vendor.

GlassesUSA: Employees can choose from over 7,000 styles of glasses and sunglasses online, including designer brands, with some lens upgrades at no additional cost 

  • (Remember, using in-network providers can lower your out-of-pocket expenses)
  • Small (if any) co-pays for in-network care
  • Routine and preventive care
  • Annual eye exams and eyeglass lenses 100% covered after co-pay, if any1 (for in-network care)
  • Generous frame allowance and contact lens benefits
  • Standard scratch-resistant coating at no charge
  • Additional exam and eyeglass benefits for children under 13 years old and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding2
  • National network of more than 100,000 vision care access points and over 100 leading retail chains
  • No need to submit claim forms or vouchers for in-network care
  • No member ID card needed
  • Discounts for lens upgrades and laser vision correction

1Lenses covered in full include standard/basic single vision, bifocal, trifocal and lenticular lenses.

2Coverage for an additional pair of glasses (frames and lenses) if the prescription changes .5 diopter or greater.

The importance of vision care

Of course, regular eye exams help you protect your eyesight. But you can also learn more than whether you need new glasses or contacts. Your vision provider can identify early signs and symptoms of conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and high cholesterol.