AECOM offers a variety of medical plan options, carriers and costs, giving you the flexibility to choose coverage that is right for you and your family. The specific options available to you depend on where you live.
All our plans include medical care and prescription drugs as well as FREE in-network preventive care — annual physical exams, well baby and well child care, well woman exams and preventive screenings recommended for your age and gender (such as mammograms and colonoscopies).
You can elect or update your medical coverage as a new hire, during Benefits Open Enrollment or after a qualifying life event.
You have several coverage levels to choose from:
- Bronze: A high-deductible option that lets eligible participants contribute to an HSA
- Bronze Plus: A buy-up to the Bronze option—a high-deductible option that lets eligible participants contribute to an HSA
- Silver: A preferred provider organization (PPO) option
- Gold: A PPO option with a higher level of coverage than the Silver PPO option*
- Platinum: A PPO option that covers in-network care and offers limited benefits for out-of-network care*
*Some insurance carriers in CA, CO, DC, GA, MD, OR, VA, and WA offer an HMO option that covers in-network care only.
You can choose from a variety of insurance carriers, including these national options:
Depending on where you live, you may also have regional carriers available to you:
- Dean/Prevea 360 (generally available in WI)
- Geisinger (generally available in PA)
- Health Net (generally available in CA, OR)
- Kaiser Permanente (formerly Group Health in WA)
- Kaiser Permanente (generally available in CA, CO DC, GA, MD, VA, OR, southwest WA)
- Medical Mutual (generally available in OH)
- UPMC (generally available in PA)
You and AECOM share the cost for the medical plans. Your specific costs vary by plan option and carrier, based on your home ZIP code.
- The Help Me Choose section of the online enrollment process (in the Medical/Rx section) can help you select the medical plan that is right for you and family.
- After you answer ten voluntary questions about your health care needs and preferences, you’ll receive a compatibility score for each of your medical plan options based on what’s most important to you.
- The plan with the highest compatibility score is the medical plan that is most compatible with your and your family’s needs, based on the answers and information you provide.
- You can choose the plan with the highest score, if you’d like, or you can choose any other plan.
- Gather the following information and have it on hand when you enroll:
- Your providers’ names and addresses
- Information about your prescription medications, including the name, dosage and frequency
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