Get to know HealthEquity, Penn State's vendor for spending accounts

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — HealthEquity is Penn State’s vendor partner for flexible spending accounts (FSA), dependent care reimbursement accounts (DCRA) and health savings accounts (HSA). All account holders should have received a HealthEquity debit card in the mail by now. Those who have not received their HealthEquity debit card should call member services at 866-346-5800. Member Services is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

What does your card look like?

FSA/DCRA Card

HSA Card

Create an online account

Account holders should go to HealthEquity.com and create a secure account with a username and password. Once registered, account holders are able to:

  • Set your preferences
  • Designate beneficiaries
  • View and pay your claims
  • Upload receipts and documentation
  • Invest your funds (HSA balances over $1,000)
  • Find important forms and documents

Download the app

In the app store on your smartphone, download the HealthEquity mobile app. The same functions are available with the app as with the online tool. 

Save $1 per month by electing eStatements

Account statements are available each month on the member portal for printing or downloading. By enrolling in eStatements, members gain immediate access to statements and avoid a $1 monthly paper statement fee. To enroll in eStatements, go to “My Account,” “Statements,” then “View Statements.” Scroll to the bottom where it says “Did you know?” and click on the “Statement Delivery Options” link.

Still need to submit 2017 FSA claims?

As in prior years, the FSA debit card cannot be used to pay 2017 claims submitted after Dec. 31, 2017. Any reimbursement request for 2017 dates of service need to be submitted online via the Highmark FSA portal (www.highmarkblueshield.com) from Jan. 1 to March 31, 2018. Claims forms are also available by clicking here.

Any FSA balance still remaining as of April 1, 2018, will be carried over (up to $500) and added to the account holder’s 2018 FSA balance with HealthEquity and can be used for 2018 dates of service until exhausted.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, any FSA claims submitted for 2018 dates of service will be debited against the account holder’s 2018 FSA balance. The HealthEquity FSA debit card may also be used to pay 2018 claims.

Learn more about HealthEquity, Penn State's new FSA, HSA and DCRA vendor by visiting HealthEquity.com.

Last Updated February 08, 2018