Yes, a number of our individual plans are designed to be compatible with HSAs.
If you choose an HSA-eligible plan design, you have the freedom to select where you would like to set up your financial HSA account. WellFirst Health does not contract with or recommend any HSA custodian. Contact a trusted bank or financial institution for more information about setting up an HSA.
As you become eligible for Medicare, you may continue your individual plan coverage. Please note when individual plan members become eligible for Medicare, WellFirst Health becomes secondary payer to Medicare.
To be complete, WellFirst Health must receive:
WellFirst Health offers the following premium payment methods:
Note: Premium checks must be from a personal checking account. WellFirst Health will accept business account checks under these following guidelines:
Many factors determine your premium, such as:
You must first pay up to the amount of your deductible before WellFirst Health will make payments toward services. After the deductible is met, WellFirst Health will pay a percentage of the coinsurance until you have met the dollar amount listed in the annual out-of-pocket limit.
For health savings account plans, if you have family coverage, the family deductible must be satisfied before WellFirst Health will pay for covered services.
If you need emergency care, you should call 911 or proceed immediately to the nearest medical facility. Emergency care is covered anywhere in the world. If you are out of our service area and must use a non-plan provider, call the Customer Care Center as soon as reasonably possible.
If you need urgent care and are within our service area, you must use a plan physician, clinic or urgent care facility.
If you are outside our service area and cannot safely return to receive care from a plan provider, go to the nearest appropriate medical facility and notify the Customer Care Center as soon as possible. Follow-up care must be received from a plan provider.
A qualified dependent may be: