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How to Become a Better Healthcare Consumer

What is the difference between a patient and a healthcare consumer? Many consider the terms synonymous, but there are some distinct differences. Primarily, a patient receives care, but a healthcare consumer actively manages the healthcare they receive. Read on to learn more about becoming a better healthcare consumer. Proactively Manage >>

Do I have the allergies, the flu, or COVID?

Many people look forward to the cooler weather, sights, smells, and activity that fall brings. But the season also sparks certain allergies, marks the start of flu season, and is likely to see another COVID wave. With overlapping symptoms and increased opportunities for exposure, it may be hard to avoid >>

Back to School and Your Benefits Accounts

Every parent knows how expensive the back-to-school period can be. In addition to clothing and school supplies, there are eye exams, updated eyeglass and contacts prescriptions, sports physicals, dental checkups, and more. Here are some examples of how your benefit accounts can help with back-to-school healthcare expenses. Vaccines and Immunizations >>

What’s an ICHRA? What’s a QSEHRA? Curious Minds Want to Know!

Only about 50% of Americans receive group health insurance through their employer, according to 2019 U.S. Census data. Some employers who don’t provide group health insurance to all (or any) employees will offer an ICHRA or QSEHRA instead. In case you’re not sure what these are, we’re here to explain. >>

FSA Accounts: Make Them Work for You

A Flexible Spending Account, or FSA, is a great way to save on taxes and set aside money for health and childcare expenses. The basics of FSA accounts are pretty simple. Each payday, you set aside funds before taxes are taken out to help pay for eligible expenses. You can’t >>

Top 5 Reasons You Need a Benefits Debit Card

Does your company sponsor Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) or Transit/Commuter benefit accounts? If they do, they may offer you an account-linked benefits debit card. Here are our top 5 reasons to use a benefits debit card. #1: Fewer claims to file Benefits >>

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