Hitachi Vantara provides affordable healthcare coverage for you and your family.

The charts below show what you pay per paycheck—before taxes and before any credits from the Hitachi Vantara Wellness Program are applied. There is no additional charge for vision coverage, but you must be enrolled in an Hitachi Vantara medical plan to enroll in vision benefits.

If you are on a Kaiser plan, you can also review the sample fee schedule for Northern California and Southern California.

The amount you pay for coverage is deducted from your paycheck before taxes, which reduces your tax bill. If you cover a domestic partner and/or a domestic partner's child who doesn’t qualify as a tax dependent, their portion will be deducted from your paycheck after taxes. You will also be responsible to pay taxes on the portion of the cost that Hitachi Vantara pays for their coverage.

2020 Per Paycheck Costs

Employee Only

Medical Per Paycheck Cost
UHC Core HSA Plan $0
UHC Plus HSA Plan $42.54
Kaiser HSA Plan—Northern California $40.37
Kaiser HSA Plan—Southern California $27.82
Dental Per Paycheck Cost
Guardian PPO $5.85
Vision Per Paycheck Cost
EyeMed $0
Vision Service Plan (VSP) $0

Employee + Spouse

Medical Per Paycheck Cost
UHC Core HSA Plan $0
UHC Plus HSA Plan $80.68
Kaiser HSA Plan—Northern California $88.81
Kaiser HSA Plan—Southern California $61.20
Dental Per Paycheck Cost
Guardian PPO $11.57
Vision Per Paycheck Cost
EyeMed $0
Vision Service Plan (VSP) $0

Employee + Child(ren)

Medical Per Paycheck Cost
UHC Core HSA Plan $0
UHC Plus HSA Plan $70.83
Kaiser HSA Plan—Northern California $80.73
Kaiser HSA Plan—Southern California $55.64
Dental Per Paycheck Cost
Guardian PPO $12.87
Vision Per Paycheck Cost
EyeMed $0
Vision Service Plan (VSP) $0

Employee + Family

Medical Per Paycheck Cost
UHC Core HSA Plan $0
UHC Plus HSA Plan $126.71
Kaiser HSA Plan—Northern California $121.11
Kaiser HSA Plan—Southern California $83.46
Dental Per Paycheck Cost
Guardian PPO $18.81
Vision Per Paycheck Cost
EyeMed $0
Vision Service Plan (VSP) $0

Continuing Coverage Through COBRA

If you lose your benefits eligibility, you may be able to continue your coverage through COBRA. The reason you lost your benefits eligibility affects whether you qualify for COBRA and how long you can stay covered. Under COBRA, you’ll pay the full cost of premiums for the plan you choose, plus a 2% admin fee.