Princeton offers several healthcare plans so you can choose the type of coverage that best meets your needs. All plans include prescription drug coverage. In addition, employees and their dependents who are enrolled in one of the Princeton medical plans are also eligible for Teladoc, Treatment Decision Support, and the Diabetes Management Incentive Program.
Princeton pays a large share of the cost of your medical coverage and works hard to provide optimum benefits for minimum cost. We also offer dental
care. For those expenses not covered by your medical plan, you may be able to use a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
to pay those costs on a pretax basis.
In order for your dependent(s) to be covered, you must bring your dependent eligibility documentation
to Human Resources within 31 days of becoming eligible for coverage.
The key differences among the plans are the physicians and healthcare facilities in the networks, the degree of flexibility in using a medical provider outside the plan network and the amount of paperwork required to process claims.
You can count on support from knowledgeable and responsive HR staff when you have a benefits question or problem. Just call or e-mail us. We’re here to help!