For Atrium Health Navicent Teammates

With the Atrium Health Navicent health plans, teammates have the opportunity to save pretax funds in savings and spending accounts per eligibility requirements.  

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Options Available with Health Savings Plan

Health Savings Account (HSA) 

The HSA is yours to save for current and future health care-related expenses, such as your deductible, coinsurance and prescription medications. Your HSA is an important component of retirement savings. Teammates can make direct contributions to this account from their paycheck and one-time contributions. For participants in the Health Savings Plan with an active HSA, LiveWELL Incentives will be deposited into the HSA. Without an active HSA, earned LiveWELL Incentives will be paid as taxable earnings in your paycheck. (Typical reasons for not having an active HSA include coverage on a governmental plan such as Medicare or TRICARE).

Atrium Health Navicent savings accounts are administered by Bank of America.

To access and monitor your account(s):

1. Log in at Bank of America
2. Access via the Bank of America HSA mobile app

If you have any questions about your account(s), call Bank of America at 866-791-0250.

The maximum IRS contribution for the year includes the sum of all teammate and employer contributions. Teammates age 55 or older are allowed an additional “catch-up” contribution of $1,000.

Here’s what you need to know: 

Remember, preventive care and most preventive medications are covered 100% - you do not pay for preventive care (Please note, that some services are not covered when Out of Network

Your Health Savings Account (HSA) is the key to the Health Savings Plan – you can build your savings. 

  • It is important for you to save in your HSA by putting in enough to meet your deductible and maximize your savings 
  • Dollars in your HSA are not taxed when you put them in or take them out for medical purposes 
  • Your HSA is a great savings vehicle for medical expenses now and in retirement 
  • HSA Contributions may be changed throughout the year in CORE Connect   

Atrium Health Navicent Contribution   

Updated! Teammate Contributions to Meet IRS Minimum 

Medicare and Your Health Savings Account  
Atrium Health Navicent Health Plan participants should contact Medicare 6 to 12 months prior to turning age 65 to learn about options for healthcare coverage and rules for contributing to a Health Savings Account when Medicare eligible.   

Questions about Medicare
For help in understanding how Medicare and your healthcare costs may fit into your overall retirement goals, call the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (Georgia Cares) at 866-552-4464. Teammates can also call the Social Security Administration at 888-759-3917.

Seniors’ Health Insurance Program (Georgia Cares) Details  

  • Georgia Cares is available to anyone for FREE  
  • Teammates may make appointments for 1:1 phone calls or in-person meetings with a specialist  
  • Teammates may contact a representative by calling Georgia Cares at 866-552-4464 or visit  
  • Georgia Cares can answer detailed questions about Medicare that Social Security Offices may not be able to answer  

Limited Purpose Flexible Spending Account (LPFSA)

The LPFSA allows teammates to set aside additional pretax dollars to help pay for planned, qualified dental and vision expenses that occur during a 12-month period. This account is use it or lose it. 

IRS Maximum Contribution: $3,050.

Options Available with Co-Pay Plan

Incentive Account

The Incentive Account is a Health Reimbursement Account. For teammates that are enrolled in the Co-Pay Plan, Atrium Health Navicent will deposit earned LiveWELL Incentives into this account during the year. Funds can be used to help pay for qualified medical, prescription, dental and vision expenses. Unused funds rollover from year to year. Please note: Enrollment in the Incentive Account is automatic, so no additional enrollment is needed when enrolling in the Co-Pay Plan.  

2023 FSA plans are administered by Bank of America:

2023 FSA plan design for members who are enrolled in an FSA remain the same.

  • Health care expenses may be incurred from January 1, 2023 until March 15, 2024 
  • Health care claims must be submitted by April 30, 2024 

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

The FSA allows teammates to set aside additional pretax dollars to help pay for planned, qualified medical, dental and vision expenses that occur during a 12-month period. This account is use it or lose it.

IRS Maximum Contribution: $3,050.

2024 Flexible Spending Accounts will be administered by Bank of America. Plan rules are listed below: 

Last Updated on 02/08/2024