Your Options with a Company HSA
Of course, there are a few setbacks. For starters, not everyone can get an HSA. There are certain qualifying factors that you’ll need to review to make sure that contributing to an HSA will actually make sense for your team. The main point is that HSA policyholders need to be enrolled in a high deductible health plan (HDHP). This basically means you can’t have an HSA as a stand-alone policy. Your employees will need to sign up for traditional health insurance on their own. Or be enrolled with a group policy before they can benefit from your company’s HSA plan.
How is Direct Primary Care Different?
Finding the Right Healthcare Benefits
Please send us a message to learn more about our process. We’d love to see if the Direct Primary Care model would be a good fit for your needs.