OVERVIEW

In addition to your medical plans, Nutanix offers comprehensive dental and vision coverage to round out your total health benefits.

Dental | Vision

Dental

When it comes to staying healthy, your teeth and gums play an important role in your overall health. That’s why Nutanix offers generous dental coverage through Delta Dental that helps pay for the cost of routine checkups—and just about any other type of dental work you might need!

Key Features at a Glance

 

No monthly premiums for employee coverage,

but you pay a portion of the monthly premium each payday for dependents.

Free in-network preventive and diagnostic care

to help keep your teeth healthy that doesn’t count toward your calendar year maximum.

No (or low) out-of-pocket costs for other dental services

to help manage costs. There’s no deductible and most in-network care is provided at no cost to you.

Wide network of providers

who have agreed to negotiated rates, which helps you save money.

A snapshot of your dental coverage

The chart below shows highlights of the dental plan and what you pay for coverage. For a complete summary, click here.

Plan Benefits In-Network Out-of-Network and Delta Premier Dentists*
Deductible No charge
Calendar Year Maximum $2,000 per person (every calendar year)
Preventive and Diagnostic Services**
Exams, cleanings, X-rays, sealants
No charge No charge
Basic Services
Fillings, simple extractions, endodontics (root canals), periodontics (gum treatment), oral surgery
No charge 20%
Major Services
Crowns, inlays, onlays and cast restorations, bridges and dentures, implants
20% 50%
Orthodontia 50% of costs; the plan pays up to $2,000 per member (lifetime maximum)

* Out-of-network and Delta Premier dentists may balance bill for amounts that exceed the reasonable and customary amounts.

** Preventive and diagnostic services are covered twice per year and do not apply to the calendar year maximum.

Balance Bill

Your out-of-network or Delta Premier dental provider may “balance bill” when the amount they charge is more than the amount the insurance company pays. When this happens, your dental provider may bill you for amounts over what the insurance company covers.

How the Delta Dental PPO plan works

The Delta Dental PPO plan includes coverage for regular preventive care and treatment for any dental problems that may arise.

  • Choose any provider: You can choose any provider each time you receive care.
  • In-network providers: You receive the highest benefits when you use in-network providers: dentists, specialists, and orthodontists.
  • Out-of-network providers: If you go to out-of-network providers, you'll pay a percentage of the cost, called coinsurance, and the plan will pay the remaining amount (up to the maximum amount allowed by the plan). (You may be “balance billed” by the provider.)

Note: You will not receive a Delta Dental ID card. Instead, just give your provider your name and the last four digits of your Social Security number so they can access your coverage information.

Find a Network Dentist

You’ll generally pay less out of pocket when you use a dentist who is a member of Delta Dental’s PPO network. Visit Delta Dental for more information and to find a network dentist.

Vision

With Nutanix vision coverage, the focus is on you. The VSP Vision Plan covers periodic eye exams, eyeglasses, contact lenses, and more for you and your covered dependents.

Key Features at a Glance
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No monthly premiums for employee coverage,

but you pay a portion of the monthly premium each payday for dependents.

Covered eye exams every year

with no copay for in-network exams.

Coverage for eyeglasses or contact lenses

so you can choose the method of vision correction you prefer.

Wide network of providers

available giving you the opportunity to save money with more generous in-network benefits.

A snapshot of your vision coverage

The chart below shows what you pay for vision services. For a complete summary, click here.

Plan Benefits (every calendar year) In-Network Out-of-Network
Eye exam $0 Plan pays up to $45
Corrective lenses
Single $0 Plan pays up to $30
Lined bifocal $0 Plan pays up to $50
Lined trifocal $0 Plan pays up to $65
Progressive $0 Plan pays up to $50
Frames* Plan pays up to $300, then provides a
20% discount on balance
Plan pays up to $70
Contact lenses (in lieu of glasses)
  • Elective: Plan pays up to $300
  • Medically necessary: $0
  • Elective: Plan pays up to $105
  • Medically necessary: Plan pays up to $210
  • Computer vision care (employee-only coverage)
    • Frames: Plan pays up to $100, then 20% discount on balance
    • Lenses: Single, lined bifocal, lined trifocal and occupational lenses included
  • Frames: Plan pays up to $45
  • Lenses: Plan pays up to $65, depending on the type
  • * The VSP Vision Plan also covers up to $165 for frames at many Costco, Walmart, and Sam’s Club locations. Please be sure to contact the specific location prior to service, as not all locations participate in this program.

    How the VSP Vision Plan works

    The VSP Vision Plan provides benefits for eye exams and vision correction treatment.

    • Choose any provider: You can choose any provider each time you receive care.
    • In-network providers: You receive the highest benefits when you use in-network vision providers.
    • Out-of-network providers: If you go to out-of-network providers, the plan will pay up to a certain amount, based on the service. You'll be responsible for paying any difference in cost out of pocket.

    For more information about the vision plan, visit the VSP website, or call 800-877-7195.

    Note: You will not receive a VSP ID card. Instead, just give your provider your name and the last four digits of your Social Security number so they can access your coverage information.

    Find a Network Provider

    You’ll generally pay less out of pocket when you use an in-network eye doctor. Visit VSP for more information.

    Are you a Costco, Walmart, or Sam’s Club member?

    If you have a membership with Costco, Walmart, or Sam’s Club, you get a $165 allowance toward the purchase of frames. Please note that not all locations have on-site optometrists that are contracted with VSP. You need to confirm the provider’s network status with VSP before receiving care.