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Key: Plan Name | Type | Service Area
Anthem BCBS High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) + Health Savings Account (HSA) | PPO + HSA | Nationwide
Anthem BCBS PPO | PPO | Nationwide
Blue Cross Blue Shield | HMO | Illinois
Harvard Pilgrim | HMO | Massachusetts
Cigna | EPO | Arkansas and Oklahoma
Kaiser | HMO | California
Kaiser | HMO | Georgia
Blue Shield Trio ACO | ACO / HMO | California
Aetna | DHMO | Nationwide
Delta Dental | DPPO | Nationwide
Vision Service Plan | Vision | Nationwide
Senior CRM Program Manager
"When I first started at Experian, I was very impressed by the caliber of talent, the focus on collaboration and the drive towards innovative ways of solving problems. After a few years of being here, this still holds true. The global reach and encouragement towards internal growth also provides an environment for continued growth within the same company. Not only that, the culture at Experian is exceptionally well thought out and I feel truly cared for, respected and included as an individual"
Vice President - Talent Acquisition
"Experian is a people driven organization on a mission to drive financial inclusion. We have an incredible culture that celebrates diversity and enables our employees to collaborate, learn, innovate, and create meaningful careers. We have Tech and Data roles globally and offer tremendous flexibility! #UniquelyExperian #LoveWhereYouWork"
Senior Project Management Specialist
"The pay and benefits are great, the people are helpful, and the executive level team truly seems to care about employees attitude and well-being instead of viewing them as another expensive line item. A lot of senior executives are female and I think some of this compassion stems from them. People take feedback seriously and will actually change and update processes if you propse a legitimate solution. There are two programs for this, "Hackathons" and "EmPower". The executive team cares and knows what they are doing. They have great plans for the future, act on those plans, and share progress with employees"