Is one of your goals to be a smarter consumer? What about optimizing your health and being in the best shape of your life?
For those looking to hit either or both goals, we wanted to highlight something that can help you reach it: You can use your Health Savings or Flexible Spending account (HSA/FSA) benefits to pay for your WellnessFX lab testing purchases.
What does this mean for you? You can put that pre tax money toward uncovering valuable information about your health in a way that’s meaningful and useful to you – giving you even more control over your health and wallet.
How an HSA/FSA is easier on your cash
For high-cost services like blood testing and lab work, it makes sense to go on the hunt for safe, simple, and inexpensive options. For as little as $78, a WellnessFX e-Checkup gives you access to a blood draw that tests more than 25 biomarkers, which you can get through your local Quest Diagnostics branch.
If you re-test, you’ll be able to see trends—allowing you to view and understand how key markers of your health are changing over time. This can help your doctor and you work to prevent long-term, chronic diseases, and potentially save thousands of dollars in treatment costs – talk about being a smart consumer for the long run.
What this means for your health
We are huge believers in not only making your health data accessible, but also ensuring that the data is easy to understand in a way that you can take action on.
If you have questions about your lab results or just your health in general, we have an expansive and knowledgeable team of medical practitioners here to provide you thorough, informed, and inexpensive consultations via video conference.
That means you’ll be able to see a healthcare professional on your schedule, rather than succumbing to waiting rooms. (Don’t get us wrong, we love a good issue of Highlights Magazine ourselves, we just believe there’s an easier way to enjoy them)
How using your HSA/FSA works
Your WellnessFX purchases can be submitted for reimbursement by sending an email to email@example.com or creating a customer support ticket to request an itemized receipt for submission. Itemized receipts will only be provided after your blood draw has been completed.
As always, be sure to check with your specific HSA/FSA benefits coordinator for clarification on the specific requirements for reimbursement regarding usage, protocol and qualifications.
The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.