Health Savings Account (HSA)

A Health Savings Account (HSA) is an account that includes contributions from both you and myatrium. Funds from your HSA may be used to pay for your eligible healthcare and prescription expenses throughout the year.

CHS Health Savings Accounts are administered by Bank of America. To access and monitor your account(s), log in at Bank of America or via the Bank of America HSA mobile app.

Resources and Guides

2018 Benefits Guide | PDF Version

Health Savings Account (HSA) Fact Sheet

HSA Contributions

FSA, LFSA and DCFSA Spending Accounts

CHS Spending Accounts are administered by Bank of America. These spending Accounts include:   

  • Limited Purpose Flexible Spending Account (LFSA)
  • Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DCFSA)

To access your account(s), log in at Bank of America. If you have questions about your new account(s), call Bank of America at 866-731-4206.


Medicare and Your Health Savings Account

LiveWELL Health Plan participants should contact Medicare 6-12 months prior to turning age 65 to learn about options for healthcare coverage and rules for contributing to a Health Savings Account when Medicare eligible.

Questions about Medicare

For help in understanding how Medicare and your healthcare costs may fit into your overall retirement goals, call the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) at 855-408-1212. Teammates can also call the Social Security Administration at 888-383-1598.

Seniors’ Health Insurance Program (SHIIP) Details

  • SHIIP is available to anyone for FREE
  • SHIIP has representatives in every NC county
  • Teammates may make appointments for 1:1 phone calls or in-person meetings with a specialist
  • Teammates may contact a representative Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., by calling the SHIIP consumer information line at 855-408-1212 or via email
  • SHIIP can answer detailed questions about Medicare that Social Security Offices may not be able to answer

Please note that the above Information is intended to provide explanation of benefit plans. For advice regarding your personal healthcare and financial matters, you may want to consult a healthcare provider, Medicare consultant, tax professional or financial advisor.