Employer Plan Sales Resources and Plan Descriptions
Progressive plan designs encourage greater employee participation in healthcare decisions and can reduce administrative costs while improving service quality.
Employer Group Plans
Small Group Plans (1-50 total employees)
Small businesses are defined as companies with one to 50 total employees. Plans are available with a range of coverage levels, deductibles, and copays.
Plan Grids — 2022 Plans
Note: Effective January 1, 2022, Optima Health no longer offers its OptimaSelect® plans in Charlottesville, VA. Any group currently enrolled in an OptimaSelect plan will remain until the end of their contract date.
Plan Grids — 2021 Plans
BusinessEDGE® Plans (5-150 enrolled employees)
BusinessEDGE® helps employers reduce health benefit costs and invest the savings back into their organization. Optima Health BusinessEDGE products will now be available to groups with as few as five enrolled employees starting with a December 1, 2021 effective date.
Mid-Market Plans (more than 50 total employees with 150 or less eligible)
Mid-Market groups are defined as employer groups with 51 to 150 eligible employees. Our standard plan designs and funding arrangements may be offered, or they may be customized depending on the size, needs, and resources of the group.
Large Group Plans (151 or more eligible employees)
Large Groups are defined as employer groups with 151 or more eligible employees. Our standard plan designs and funding arrangements may be offered, or they may be customized depending on the size, needs, and resources of the group.
MyLife MyPlan Brochures
Optima Health is the trade name of Optima Health Plan, Optima Health Insurance Company, Optima Health Group, Inc., and Sentara Health Plans, Inc. Optima HMO and POS products are underwritten by Optima Health Plan. Optima PPO products are underwritten by Optima Health Insurance Company. Sentara Health Plans, Inc. provides administrative services for other employer benefit plans.