Archived Insight | July 29, 2019

HSA-Qualified HDHPs May Now Cover Preventive Care Services

The Treasury Department and the IRS have expanded the list of preventive care benefits that Health Savings Account (HSA)-qualified high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) may cover before individuals meet their applicable deductible.

Effective July 17, 2019, the list now includes preventive treatment for individuals with a range of chronic conditions. Plan sponsors that offer an HDHP should review the new list with their plan administrators and determine how to implement the new rules.

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