Former GE employees who had $10 or more in their GE HRA as of June 30, 2019, and who enrolled in a BHGE Dental and/or Vision plan during 2019 Annual Enrollment will be enrolled in the BHGE Limited Purpose HRA.
No. Only former GE employees who had a GE HRA balance as of June 30, 2019, and who enrolled in a BHGE Dental/and or Vision plan during 2019 Annual Enrollment will be enrolled in a BHGE Limited Purpose HRA.
GE HRA balances of $10 or more as of June 30, 2019, were transferred into a new BHGE Limited Purpose HRA. The funds are available for use as of July 29, 2019.
A Limited Purpose HRA will not be set up for you.
Yes. They are available as of July 29, 2019.
Read this guide to learn how to use your Limited Purpose HRA.
You cannot contribute. The available balance in your BHGE Limited Purpose HRA is a direct transfer from your GE HRA.
No further contributions will or can be made.
You should contact WageWorks at 1-888-303-3006 if your balance is incorrect.
You will submit your dental and/or vision claims on myuhc.com for reimbursement from your Limited Purpose HRA. You can receive your reimbursement either by check or by setting up direct deposit into your personal bank account. Direct deposit reimbursements take about 2-3 days to receive after your claim has been processed. Check reimbursements take about 7-10 days to receive after your claim has been processed.
Please note that check and EFT reimbursement requests must be a minimum of $25. If the $25 threshold is not met within 30 days, the funds will release according to the method the member has requested or set up when submitting the claim.
Go to myuhc.com for more information about reimbursement and setting up direct deposit.
No. To use the funds in your Limited Purpose HRA, you will file an online claim form on myuhc.com to be reimbursed.
You can file claims for eligible expenses through March 31 of the following year to submit claims for the current year. For example, if your claim was incurred in 2019, you have until March 31, 2020 to file for reimbursement. If your claim occurs in 2020, you’ll have until March 31, 2021 to file for reimbursement.
If you submit a claim that is larger than your Limited Purpose HRA balance, you will be reimbursed up to the amount available in your account. You will be responsible for any remaining claim balance.
You will lose the balance left in your account.
You will forfeit any remaining funds.
If you are currently enrolled in aBHGE UnitedHealthcare (UHC) Medical plan, click here to log in. Click on “View Account Balances” and select “Limited Purpose HRA.”
If you are not currently in a BHGE UHC Medical plan, you will use your Social Security Number and date of birth to create a myuhc.com account. Then Click on “View Account Balances” and select “Limited Purpose HRA” once you are logged in.
Read this guide for information about the differences between a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA).
You can only use your Limited Purpose HRA to pay for eligible dental and vision expenses. Medical expenses are not eligible.
Here is a list of some of the eligible dental and vision expenses that you can pay for with your Limited Purpose HRA. Visit irs.gov for a full list of expenses and rules.
BHGE offers the Health Care FSA and Health Savings Account to pay for medical expenses. It is against IRS regulation to file eligible medical claims under multiple savings accounts, so the Limited Purpose HRA was created for you to use your funds for eligible dental and vision expenses.
Call UnitedHealthcare at 1-866-743-6549.
Follow these instructions. Don’t forget that you can use the UnitedHealthcare Health4Me® app once your account is set up to track expenses and pay claims.
You can download the claim form here. Follow the instructions on the form to file the claim.