HealthEquity – login to review your accounts and submit claims.
- First Time Login Guide will help you set up your account.
- FSA Member Guide includes information on “Getting Started” to “Substantiation of Claims” and a “Glossary of Terms”.
- Helpful Tips for Using Your Card Guide
- Dependent Care Self Reimbursement Instructions
- Orthodontia Reimbursement Form
- HIPAA Authorization Form – complete to display (Private) adult dependent’s claims details
- Informational Videos at HealthEquity to learn more about Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts.
About Health Spending and Dependent Care Accounts
- Maximum Annual Elections: (effective 1/1/18)
- Annual Carryover: Healthcare FSA programs participants can roll over up to $500 of unused funds at the end of the plan year (claims must be submitted by 3/30).
- Over-The-Counter medications are not eligible for reimbursement through a Healthcare FSA without a prescription.
- How Medical Plan, FSA and HRA Work Together
Automatic and Optional Enrollments
- HMO Blue New England $1000 Deductible and Blue Care Elect $1000 Deductible health plan participants:
- Automatic HRA funding by the college ($500 individuals / $1,000 employee +1 and families) as needed for the second half of your deductible
- Optional employee contributions to a Healthcare FSA
- Blue Care Elect Saver $1500 health plan participants:
- Automatic HSA funding by the college ($500 individuals / $1,000 employee +1 and families)
- Optional employee contributions to the HSA and a Limited Use FSA
Terms & Regulations
- FSA – flexible spending account (employee contributions only)
- Healthcare FSA – flexible spending account for medical expenses (formerly know as medical expense reimbursement account)
- Limited Use FSA – flexible spending account for vision and dental expenses, used in conjunction with a health savings account (HSA)
- Dependent Care FSA – flexible spending account for work-related dependent care expenses
- HRA – health reimbursement arrangement (employer contributions only)
- HSA – health savings account (employee and employer contributions)
- Qualified Medical Expenses – as designated by the IRS, these include medical, dental, vision and prescription expenses.