Medical

Omnicell offers comprehensive medical benefits with a large provider network to meet your needs and your budget.

Medical plan comparison charts

For a side-by-side comparison of the medical plans and what they cover, refer to these medical plan comparison charts:


Aetna Open Access Managed Choice – HDHP with Health Savings Account (All Locations)
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How the plans work

Medical Plan How It Works

Aetna Open Access Managed Choice HDHP with HSA
(Available in all locations)

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  • This plan costs less per paycheck in exchange for a higher deductible.
    • In-network deductible: $1,800 individual/$2,600 individual within a family/$3,600 family
    • Out-of-network deductible: $4,000 individual/$4,000 individual within a family/$8,000 family
  • Includes an Health Savings Account (HSA) — a tax-advantaged savings account that allows you to set aside money on a pre-tax basis to use now or later for eligible health care expenses. Omnicell makes an annual contribution to your HSA ($750 /individual $1,500/family; prorated for employees starting during the calendar year).
  • Free in-network preventive care
  • You must meet your deductible before coverage starts. But, you can use money in your HSA to pay your deductible.
  • You can use any provider you choose.
  • You'll save money when you use in-network providers, because they provide services at discounted rates. This means your share of the cost will be lower.
  • When you use in-network providers, you pay 20% of the cost of doctor visits and most covered in-network services after you have met the deductible.
  • When you use out-of-network providers, you'll pay 40% of the cost of doctor visits and most other covered services. You may also pay more since non-network providers are not subject to negotiated rates. You may have to pay the provider directly and submit claim forms to receive reimbursement.

Aetna Open Access Managed Choice 90/60
(Available in all locations)

  • This plan costs more per paycheck in exchange for a lower deductible.
    • In-network deductible: $500 individual/$1,000 family
    • Out-of-network deductible: $750 individual/$1,500 family
  • Free in-network preventive care (no copays)
  • You can use any provider you choose.
  • You'll save money when you use in-network providers, because they provide services at discounted rates. This means your share of the cost will be lower.
  • You pay a $20 co-pay for most in-network doctor visits (deductible waived).
  • After you meet the in-network deductible, you pay 10% of the cost of most other covered services. Annual out-of-pocket maximum for in-network is $1,500 insured person/$4,500 family.
  • When you use non-network providers, you'll pay 40% of the cost of doctor visits and most other covered services after you meet the deductible. You may also pay more since non-network providers are not subject to negotiated rates. And you may have to pay the provider directly and submit claim forms to receive reimbursement. Annual out-of-pocket maximum for non-network is $3,000 insured person/$9,000 family.
  • In-network and non-network out-of-pocket max limits are separate and do not count towards each other.

Aetna HMO CA
(Only available in CA)

Aetna HMO PA
(Only available in PA)

  • Free in-network preventive care (no copays)
  • You and each of your family members must choose a primary care physician (PCP). Each family member can choose a different PCP.
  • PCPs are typically general or family practitioners, pediatricians, or internists.
  • Your PCP is responsible for coordinating all of your health care services. They handle routine medical care and make referrals to specialists when needed. When you need to go into the hospital, your PCP arranges for your admittance.
  • Except in life-threatening emergencies, you must call your PCP before seeking any medical care.
  • Women can receive OB/GYN services without PCP approval.
  • To choose a PCP, go to the Aetna website.

Kaiser HMO CA
(Only available in CA)

  • Free in-network preventive care (no copays)
  • Medical services are generally provided by Kaiser Permanente physicians at Kaiser Permanente facilities.
  • With the exception of emergencies and care needed when outside the area, you must seek medical treatment only at Kaiser Permanente facilities.
  • If your Kaiser physician determines that you need covered services that are not available from Kaiser, he or she will refer you to a nearby medical provider or facility outside of the Kaiser network. You will pay the usual co-pay you would have paid if the services had been provided by Kaiser.