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Your medical plan election determines the health care FSA in which you are eligible to participate.

Examples of Expenses

See some eligible expenses below. For a more complete list, click here.

 

If you enroll in the Health Care FSA and choose the “debit card” option, you will receive a new debit card to use in 2018.


Consumer Select Plan Traditional Plan Waive medical coverage
You can set aside between $130 and $2,600 a year in the Consumer Select Health Care FSA, which reimburses for eligible dental and vision expenses only, including:
  • Deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance amounts not paid by dental or vision insurance
  • Contact lenses and solutions
  • Eyeglasses and exams
  • Laser eye surgery

It is recommended that you maximize contributions to your HSA first before contributing to the Consumer Select Health Care FSA. Dental and vision expenses are eligible for reimbursement through the HSA.

  You can set aside between $130 and $2,600 a year in the Traditional Health Care FSA, which reimburses for:
  • Eligible health care expenses that are not paid by your medical and dental plans
  • Out-of-pocket expenses, such as deductibles, copays and coinsurance amounts
  • Vision expenses
  You can set aside between $130 and $2,600 a year in the Traditional Health Care FSA, which reimburses for:
  • Eligible health care expenses that are not paid by your medical and dental plans
  • Out-of-pocket expenses, such as deductibles, copays and coinsurance amounts
  • Vision expenses

You cannot use the Health Care FSA to pay for over-the-counter medications not prescribed by a physician. There is an exception for Insulin. See the FSA list of eligible and ineligible expenses.