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What type of healthcare benefits does Abel offer?

Medical Insurance – Abel offers various medical insurance plans to full-time, eligible employees.Abel is Affordable Care Act (ACA) Compliant.

Dental – Realizing that all dentists and all dental care needs cannot be covered under one plan design, Abel offers several optional programs for dental care.

Vision – At a time when vision care is being watered down to a small benefit offered in conjunction with medical plans, a separate vision care plan is becoming a necessity.

Prescription Drug – Abel’s prescription drug benefit provider’s participating pharmacy network is nationwide in scope and includes both independent pharmacies and chain stores. Over 95% of all pharmacies will accept our current prescription card.

Life – Our Basic Life policy provides Group Term Life with Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage and is mandatory for all participants in any Abel medical plan or can be elected as a stand-alone policy.

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