By Elizabeth Kay
Compliance and Retention Analyst for AEIS, UBA Partner Firm in San Mateo, CA
Topics: health insurance exchanges, private insurance exchange, health marketplace, employee wellness, PPACA, retirement, small group employers, FSA, concierge medicine, flexible spending account, benefit communication, benefit consultants, benefit management, compliance with health care reform, employee health, group health insurance, healthcare consumerism, health plan compliance, health reimbursement account, insurance solutions, medical plan, self funded health plans, Group health plans, small business, health reimbursement arrangements, health savings accounts, HRA, HSA
By Dave Woodruff
The A.I. Group, Inc.
Most of us have heard of “concierge medicine” and it’s gaining popularity, especially among executives. As more people enroll, more questions are popping up that we haven’t heard before. One of the most frequent questions we’ve heard is, “Can I fund the cost of the concierge with my health savings account (HSA) or flexible spending account (FSA)?”
The answer is an absolute “maybe!”