How to use your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)

What's an HRA?

It’s an account that you can use to pay for certain medical expenses. The HRA account will reimburse you for eligible expenses for medical, prescription drugs, dental expenses, and acupuncture services. The HRA account cannot be used for over the counter items.

How much do I get in my HRA?

Coverage level HRA amount
Single $1,000
Single + spouse $1,500
Single + children $1,750
Family $2,000

If your HRA is effective after 1/1/2023, your HRA amount will be prorated.

How do I use my HRA?

You'll get an HRA debit card loaded with your HRA dollars. You can use it at your doctor's office, pharmacy, and other providers when you get care - just like you would use your regular debit or credit card. You'll need to save your bills and receipts to verify that your HRA debit card purchase meets the reimbursement requirements.

If you are unable to use your debit card, you can submit a paper claim.

How do I submit my receipts and check my HRA balance?

You can use the online portal or mobile app to access you HRA account 24 hours, 7 days a week! You can check your balance, submit receipts, sign up for text notifications, and enroll in direct deposit.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about your HRA: