The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed two healthcare bills that would expand the use of health savings accounts, a move that, if advanced, could significantly drive higher employee enrollment in high-deductible health plans that feature HSAs.
The Restoring Access to Medication and Modernizing Health Savings Accounts Act, or HR 6199, takes several steps to modernize HSAs by allowing plans to provide coverage before the deductible is met, increasing flexibility for retail and onsite clinics, and treating certain over-the-counter drugs as qualified medical expenses. It passed 277-142.
The Premium Plans and Expanding Health Savings Accounts Act, meanwhile … Read More
Article by Richard Stolz