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Vision benefits can be used for annual eye exams, allowances on your frames, discounts on lenses and even a second pair.
Disclaimer: Eligibility and benefit details vary. Check with your HR representative for full benefit details.

Members get 40% off a second pair of glasses.
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With EyeMed you can save an average of 72% vs. retail prices.
Disclaimer: Average savings based on sample transaction on the Insight network with exam and materials benefit, July 2016.

Nearly 95,000 doctors in the EyeMed network
Disclaimer: Provider access varies by network. Size cited is representative of the Access network.

Schedule appointments online or on our mobile app
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Doctors look for issues that could lead to future problems, like vision disorders, eye muscle imbalance, and eye disease.
Disclaimer: EyeMed does not establish standard of care and has no control or right of control of independent practitioners.

A comprehensive eye exam is the only way to get a pinpoint accurate prescription.
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Cited sources

80% of learning is visual in the first twelve years of life
Source: The Vision Council, February 2012 Parent for Child Report

An annual eye exam is essential at any age for not only detecting vision issues, but overall health issues too, like high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/Features/HealthyVision/

As we age, we’re more susceptible to eye conditions like cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Source: https://nei.nih.gov/healthyeyes/aging_eye

Serious eye conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts are most prevalent in people over the age of 60
Source: https://nei.nih.gov/healthyeyes/aging_eye

1 out of 4 children in the US need vision correction.
Source: American Public Health Association, https://www.apha.org/policies-and-advocacy/public-health-policy-statements/policy-database/2014/07/08/15/29/reducing-barriers-and-increasing-access-to-childrens-visiOn-care-services. Accessed June 3, 2016

Blue light from digital screens can lead to blurred vision and retinal damage.
Source: 2016 Vision Council Digital Eye Strain Report.

Exposure to UV rays can cause long-term injury to the retina and cornea.
Source: http://www.preventblindness.org/how-can-uv-rays-damage-your-eyes

People who work outdoors can receive 3x the UV radiation than people who work indoors.
Source: www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/press-release/melanoma-deaths-in-men-soar

8 in 10 adults need vision correction.
Source: Consumer Perceptions of Managed Vision Care, Jobson Research, 2008

1 in 3 adults develop an eye disease before age 65.
Source: www.glaucoma.org; Glaucoma Facts and Stats; Glaucoma Research Foundation; sourced April 2016

2 million Americans have glaucoma and don’t know it.
Source: www.glaucoma.org; Glaucoma Facts and Stats; Glaucoma Research Foundation; sourced April 2016

60% of people spend 6+ hours in front of digital devices – every day.
Source: “Protect Your Eyes From Digital Strain”; Vision Council, 2015.

87% of people spend 2+ hours in front of digital devices – every day.
Source: 2017 Blue Light and Digital Eye Strain Report; Vision Council.

UV levels are higher when the sun is higher.
Source: “What is Ultraviolet Radiation?” American Cancer Society; cancer.org; sourced March 2017.

The eye has 2 million working parts.
Source: http://discoveryeye.org/20-facts-about-the-amazing-eye/

More Americans fear blindness than cancer.
Source: National Poll on Severe Vision Loss/Blindness; American Foundation for the Blind; Feb 2007.

People are 4 times more likely to get an eye exam than a physical.
Source: US Department of Health – National Health Statistics Report #8; 8/6/08.