Accepted Insurance and Vision Plans

For your convenience, Korrect Optical accepts most insurance, vision and benefits plans. These include:


Some Aetna medical plans may include coverage for eye exams and/or may cover the cost of glasses and contact lenses.

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Anthem believes vision care is not just for people who wear glasses or contacts. Today, they’re connecting vision care and medical care to make health care easier.

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A family-operated business focusing on small businesses and organizations, Avesis offers a variety of plan options.

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A philosophy of simplifying vision benefits and making them easier to fit into your busy life has helped EyeMed attract more than 36 million members.

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Davis Vision’s business model creates lower out-of-pocket cost for its members without sacrificing quality or choice.

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Humana’s two vision care plan options help protect both your vision, and your overall health.

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March Vision Care

MARCH® specializes in the administration of vision care benefits for health care organizations, specifically for government sponsored programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Medicare-Medicaid Plans.

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Medicaid is the U.S. health program that provides medical benefits to groups of low-income people who may have no medical insurance or inadequate medical insurance.

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Routine Medicare vision benefits vary, depending on the type of plan you have.

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With a long history of providing innovative and cost-effective vision benefit programs for its plan sponsors and their subscribers, NVA provides millions of people throughout the United States with vision care programs.



Superior Vision’s programs ensure that members receive the best value for their eye care dollars.

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United Healthcare

United Healthcare Vision Insurance Plans are designed to help you cover and budget for ongoing vision care expenses.

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Plus, new insurance and benefits programs are added frequently. So, if you don’t see your insurance plan on this list, call 502.895.2020 to see if it has been added.


If your company’s benefits plan includes Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) or Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), please call us. We’ll help you calculate your annual contribution for eye care. In most cases, annual eye exams are an approved expense for these plans.