Is ConnectYourCare now optum?
ConnectYourCare is now part of Optum Financial Transforming the way people save, spend, pay and invest in health care.
What is FedEx ConnectYourCare?
Who is ConnectYourCare (CYC)? CYC is the third-party administrator for the FedEx Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), Health Savings Account (HSA), Health Care Flexible Spending Account (HCFSA), Dependent Care FSA (DCFSA), and commuter programs for parking and transit.
What can I use my ConnectYourCare card for?
Where can I use my payment card? Your payment card can be used nationwide at approved merchants, including pharmacies, doctors’ offices, vision centers, and hospitals. Your card should only be used to pay for eligible expenses, and you should always save your receipts.
Who bought ConnectYourCare?
ConnectYourCare was acquired by Express Scripts on Oct 17, 2007 .
How do you get reimbursed from ConnectYourCare?
Request reimbursement online or by paper. Hint: The online process is faster. Online Form – Log into your account at connectyourcare.com/USAA, and click the green “Make a Payment” button in the upper right-hand corner of the home page, then “Reimburse Myself,” and follow screen prompts to complete the easy online form.
What happens when you don’t use your HSA?
With an HSA, there’s no “use it or lose it” provision. This is one of the primary differences between an HSA and an FSA. If you put money in your HSA and then don’t withdraw it, it will remain in the account and be available to you in future years.
Where is ConnectYourCare located?
Hunt Valley, MD
Company Description: Connectyourcare, LLC is located in Hunt Valley, MD, United States and is part of the Insurance and Employee Benefit Funds Industry.
Why did I get an optum financial card?
It provides a convenient way to access your account funds and pay for qualified medical expenses quickly and easily. Rather than paying for qualified expenses with personal funds, then filing a claim and then waiting for reimbursement, using the card will allow you to access your funds directly and pay the provider.