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Last updated date: 9/5/2023

To help you keep life in focus, Carlisle offers you vision coverage through EyeMed to help pay for eye exams and vision correction.


2024 vision plan

You can enroll in vision coverage as a new hire, during Open Enrollment, or if you have a qualifying life event.

Key features

Eye exam covered every year

with only a small copay charged to you.

Coverage for eyeglasses or contact lenses

so you can choose the method of vision correction you prefer.

Wide network of providers

saving you money with more generous in-network benefits.

Coverage details

In-network benefits EyeMed Vision Plan
Exam Once every 12 months; $10 copay
Prescription glasses $15 copay (See lenses, lens enhancements, and frames for details)
Lenses Once every 12 months
Single vision Included in prescription glasses
Bifocal Included in prescription glasses
Trifocal Included in prescription glasses
Lens enhancements Once every 12 months
Standard progressive lenses $80 copay
Tint $15 copay
UV treatment $15 copay
Standard polycarbonate $40 copay
Standard polycarbonate (children under age 19) $0 copay
Other add-ons and services Save 20% off retail price
Frames Once every 12 months
  • $0 copay
  • $160 allowance
  • Save 20% off the remaining balance over the allowance
  • Contact lenses
    (instead of glasses; available once a comprehensive eye exam has been completed)
    Once every 12 months
    • Up to $40 copay for standard contacts
    • Save 10% off the retail price for premium contacts
    LASIK or PRK from U.S. Laser Network Save 15% off the retail price or 5% off the promotional price

    *Copay does not apply.

    How much does vision coverage cost?

    You pay for vision coverage through pretax contributions from your paycheck. The amount you pay will depend on whether you cover just yourself or family members, too. You can view your plan costs on the MyADP website.

    Find a network provider

    You can see any vision care provider you want, but you’ll generally pay less by staying in network. Visit the EyeMed website to find an in-network vision care provider near you.

    Save money on vision costs

    Use your Health Savings Account (HSA), or Health Care FSA to pay for eligible vision expenses with tax-free dollars.

    Access your vision plan online

    Visit the EyeMed website or download the mobile app to find an eye doctor, learn about discounts, review claims, and more.