You have several options for paying and reimbursing yourself for qualified medical expenses.
Use your Optum Bank Health Savings Account Debit MasterCard®
Your Debit MasterCard is the easiest way to pay for qualified purchases on the spot or after you receive a bill. There's a $10,000 per 24 hours limit for point-of-service payments with your card.
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Pay bills online
Log in to your account to send payments directly to your health care providers, pharmacy, or other payees.
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When you pay for qualified expenses out-of-pocket, you can:
- Request a reimbursement: Log in to your account to request an electronic or check reimbursement.
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- Get cash from an ATM: If your HSA offers ATM access, you can use your Debit MasterCard at any ATM that displays the MasterCard acceptance mark to get cash to reimburse yourself. Note: You’ll need your PIN. There's a $300 per 24 hours limit on ATM withdrawals.*
*There is a $2.50 ATM withdrawal fee. Access fees may also be charged by the ATM owner.
Tips for making payments with your HSA
- You can pay bills or reimburse yourself for qualified medical expenses you've incurred since you were enrolled in a high-deductible health plan and eligible to open an HSA.
- Your HSA works like a checking account: you can use it to pay for qualified medical expenses as long as you have the funds to cover them.
- It's a good idea to wait for your doctor or other health care provider to file a claim with your medical plan before paying for their services. That way you'll know exactly how much you owe.