This plan offers a high deductible health plan with an associated Health Savings Account (HSA) account. You receive 90% coverage for in-network services after the deductible is met and have the option for out-of-network services. Monthly premiums are the lowest of the three health plan options and UNE will provide up to $2,600 to eligible participants' 2020 HSA ($1,300 in January and $1,300 in July). Participants also have the option to contribute additional money to their HSA (within limitations set by the IRS). Under the HSA plans, unused contributions may be rolled from calendar year to calendar year.

*You cannot elect this plan if you have a Medical Flexible Spending Account or if you have other coverage such as Medicare Part A.

Note: HSA funds cannot be used for expenses incurred prior to the setup/opening of the HSA account with Benefit Wallet. Example: If you open your account on 2/24/2020, you are not permitted to use HSA funds for any dates of service prior to 2/24/2020.

Special note regarding COVID19: The CARES Act (PDF), which took effect on March 27, 2020, now permits FSA and HSA reimbursement of over-the-counter products without the need of a prescription, along with menstrual products.

Plan Costs

Costs for full-time employee HDHP/HSA plan

  12-month pay structure 9-month pay structure
Single $62.46 $83.28
One parent and children $154.52 $206.03
Two adults $301.43 $401.91
Family $322.28 $429.71

Costs for half-time employee HDHP/HSA plan

  12-month pay structure 9-month pay structure
Single $98.90 $131.87
One parent and children $531.71 $708.95
Two adults $756.07 $1,008.09
Family $850.65 $1,134.20

HSA Maximum Contributions

Individual Plan $3,550 (including UNE's contribution)
Family Plan $7,100 (including UNE's contribution)
Age 55+ catch-up Additional $1,000


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Health Advocate

Utilize this free and confidential service to compare the three plans to help choose the one appropriate for you. Call to speak to a representative who can help.

Eligible Expenses

View the purchases you can make using your HSA Account under IRS guidelines (PDF). Note that eligible expenses may not apply to your deductible or maximum out of pocket. See your plan for more details.


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