ConnectYourCare adds a new interactive resource to its 'Academy' series to help brokers, employers, and participants sharpen transit plan knowledge. See all the details in this post.
When Baptist Health was looking for a new partner for HSAs, FSAs, and COBRA administration, ConnectYourCare stood out because of the flexibility of solutions and the friendliness of the team. See why their benefits manager chose CYC in this video.
TouchCare will provide concierge services to ConnectYourCare participants to drive awareness and adoption of the consumer-driven offerings, as well as address common scenarios such as bill review and negotiation, care coordination, and open enrollment support.
FSAs and HSAs may differ like apples and oranges when it comes to spending and saving. Our latest blog looks to help participants determine which account may bear the most fruit, come open enrollment.
This partnership makes way for consumer-directed health care and commuter benefit solutions on CommonCensus' robust benefits management platform.
We’re excited to introduce our newest member of the ConnectYourCare team...CareBot! Learn more about this intelligent new web assistant, designed to help visitors get the information they need quickly and efficiently on the ConnectYourCare website.
There’s a common misconception among many Americans that Medicare has them covered for all health-related costs in retirement. But long-term care is a pricey—and often overlooked—retirement expense not covered by Medicare. This article covers long-term care and how an HSA can help offset the cost.
On July 18, 2019, Reps. Ami Bera (D-CA) and Jason Smith (R-MO) introduced H.R. 3796, the Health Savings for Seniors Act—a bipartisan bill that would allow individuals enrolled in Medicare to maintain eligibility for health savings account (HSA) contributions. Get the details here.
On Wednesday, July 17, the IRS released a notice that names additional medicines and services that can be treated as preventive care under HSA-compatible high deductible health plans (HDHPs) for those with chronic conditions.
President Trump last week issued an Executive Order, titled “Improving Price and Quality Transparency in American Healthcare to Put Patients First” to take actions to improve HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs.