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The Virtual Blue plans give members (small and large groups) the choice of virtual or in-person care. Virtual care includes $0 unlimited visits to primary care, behavioral health and specialty care through a new partnership with AccoladeCare. In-person care is available through the Tandem PPO network in California and via BlueCard when outside of the state.
The two Virtual Blue small group plans available in PRISM are the Virtual Blue Gold Tandem PPO 1500/45 and Virtual Blue Bronze Tandem PPO 7500/75. These can be identified by ‘Virtual Blue’ in the plan name.
When using the PRISM filter options for Narrow or Broad networks, select ‘All’ networks instead of ‘Broad’ only networks to generate plans for Blue Shield’s Virtual Blue, Trio HMO, and Tandem PPO plans.
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Help your clients make the most of their accounts with the following tips and reminders.
Accountholders can make contributions to their 2020 plans until tax day 2021. View the video to learn how.
2021 HSA and High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) Contributions and Out-of-Pocket Limits
Sterling’s Year-End Statement will show you how much is left to spend in your account and your deadlines for spending and reimbursement. To access your Year-End Statement, log in to your FSA account and view “Statements” then select “Year-End Statements.” Click “Run Statement” to generate a report showing any remaining funds left to spend for 2020, and any associated deadlines for associated spending and reimbursement.
The statement may include information on Rollover, Grace Period, or Run-Out Period. Below are the Rollover, Grace Period, and Run-Out-Period definitions.
If your plan has a rollover, you may move up to $550 of unused FSA funds to the following plan year. The rollover doesn’t affect the following plan year’s maximum contribution amount.
If your FSA plan has a grace period, you have up to two-and-a-half months at the end of your plan year to spend unused FSA funds and incur new FSA eligible expenses. For example: If you had a December 31 FSA year deadline, your grace period would allow you to use your FSA funds through March 15.
If your FSA plan has a run-out period, you have an extended period of time at the end of the FSA plan year to submit receipts for reimbursement. You can only get reimbursed for claims incurred during the previous FSA plan year. The run-out period varies with each plan.
For more FSA information, visit the Sterling Administration website.
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