What is Impericare?
Impericare is the Imperial benefit provider of choice for the Empire. We've been around since
Palpatine was leader of the Senate; providing quality health care to all the Empire.
If you haven't used Impericare as your health care provider, then you're missing out. We're not
only just a health care provider, we also provide vision and dental plans to all Imperial citizens
and those in the Armed Forces.
If that isn't enough, Impericare also provides housing and cuisine options for all the members
of the Imperial Network. And if you need a place to stay and something to eat, you've come to the
Why Do I Need Benefits?
You never know when you might find yourself in a sticky situation and need health, vision, or dental care
right away. We hear just about every kind of story you can think of as to why someone got hurt.
For instance, this one guy was playing keep away from his baby pet rancor. Now, if you ask me, that isn't
the smartest thing to do. So, eventually his baby rancor got mad and bit one of his arms off.
Now without Impericare's help, this guy would have gone armless and might have even died. But we stepped right
in because he had one of our health care plans and fixed him right up. Now he is as good as new.
How Do I Choose My Benefits?
First of all, you'll have to log into the secure Impericare members section. From there, you'll be able
to view all the benefit options that are available to you. You will then be able to make your choice
for which benefits are best for you.
How Do I Enroll Each Month?
You will automatically be enrolled each month for each of the benefit options you choose. If you want to switch
your enrollment options, you can do so at any time.
If there isn't enough money in your bank account when Impericare tries to enroll you in your benefit plan for the
new month, then you will be charged an insufficient fund charge as well as an overdraft fee from the FGB. These
charges can add up to a total of 200 ICs per benefit that failed to enroll.
Annual Deductible: This is the amount of money you'll have to pay before the benefits start to work.
Annual Out-of-Pocket Maximum: This is the maximum amount any individual will have to pay before the health coverage pays for a higher percentage. Sometimes the coverage will cover all of the costs.