Health Assessment

Health Assessment


Health Assessment

The Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) gives you direct access to your health care dollars and the benefit of reimbursing you for some of your out-of-pocket costs.

Beginning January 1, 2023, the PreMedicare HRA will be auto funded. PreMedicare Retirees, Spouses, Surviving Spouses, and LTD Terminees are no longer required to complete the annual health assessment. There is no HRA available to those enrolled in the HDHP Option. Health Assessment funds are paid out in the following amounts:

Retiree Only = $250
Retiree + Spouse or Child(ren)= $500
Retiree + Spouse and Children(ren), up to a family Max = $750


This pertains to important information regarding your HRA deadlines for 2022 Claims


The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) extended timely filing for Healthcare Reimbursement Accounts (HRA) until 60 days past the declared end of President Biden’s COVID-19 National Emergency Period (NE) of May 11, 223, plus an additional 90 days of runout, for a total of 150 days to submit 2022 claims. Due to this amendment, you now have until October 8, 2023, to submit 2022 claims.

  • If you do not have any 2022 claims that need to be submitted, no action is needed on your end.
  • If you do have 2022 claims and still have 2022 HRA funds, you will have until October 8, 2023, to submit a claim for a date of service in 2022.


United Healthcare PreMedicare Retirees


Blue Cross Blue Shield PreMedicare Retirees


Kaiser PreMedicare Retirees