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Health Savings Accounts

Eligible Employees on the High Deductible Health Plan may enroll in a Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for covered medical, dental and vision expenses with pre-tax dollars.

If you are an active employee enrolled in the High Deductible Health Plan and have established an HSA with Discovery Benefits, the State will contribute to your Discovery Benefits account. Complete the following steps to be eligible for the State contribution:

  1. Review the HSA eligibility criteria below
  2. Choose the High Deductible Health Plan during annual enrollment
  3. Select "I want an HSA" during annual enrollment
  4. Establish an HSA with Discovery Benefits at https://discoverybenefits.com/

Benefits members interested in viewing video tutorials about the Discovery Benefits portal can click here to learn more.

 

State Contribution to Health Savings Account

If you have completed the steps above, you will receive the following State contribution to your Health Savings Account:

If you have single coverage, and have completed the steps above, you will receive the maximum State contribution of $500 for your HSA if you also completed the three wellness qualifications by March 31 of the previous fiscal year.

If you have family coverage, you can earn the maximum State contribution of $1,000 for your HSA by completing the three wellness qualifications.*

FY18 HSA documents

 

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