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Through the GIC's Health Care Spending Account (HCSA), administered by ASIFlex, active employees can pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses on a pre-tax basis, on average, state employees save $250 in federal and state taxes for every $1,000 contributed.

Eligible Expenses Include:

  • Physician office visit and prescription drug copayments
  • Medical deductible and coinsurance
  • Eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, and contact lenses
  • Orthodontia and dental care
  • Hearing aids and durable medical equipment
  • Smoking cessation and child birth classes
  • Chiropractor and acupuncture visits

Download the Flexible Spending Account Brochure pdf format of FSAbrochure.pdf
 for an overview. For a comprehensive list of covered expenses, download the list of eligible expenses doc format of FSA_eligibleexpenses.doc
.  Use the HCSA worksheet doc format of FSA_worksheet.doc
to estimate your HCSA expenditures.  Contribute as little as $250.00 to the HCSA program. The IRS increased the maximum on October 30, 2014; you may elect to contribute up to $2,550 for the 2015 year.

All HCSA participants receive two free debit cards to conveniently pay for health care expenses out of their HCSA account. Additional cards for other covered dependents may be ordered for $5.00 per set of two cards. Alternatively, as you incur health care expenses, submit a claim form and receipt to ASIFlex.. They will deposit the reimbursement to your bank account or will mail you a check, depending on whether or not you enroll in direct deposit. As required by the IRS, keep copies of all HCSA receipts with your tax documents.

Eligibility and Monthly Fee

All active state employees who are eligible for GIC health benefits are eligible to enroll in the HCSA . Employees must work at least 18.75 hours in a 37.5-hour work week or 20 hours in a 40-hour work week. For the 2015 calendar year, the monthly administrative fee for HCSA alone, DCAP alone, or HCSA and DCAP combined has been reduced to $2.50 on a pre-tax basis effective January 1, 2015.


New Employees
New state employees may enroll for partial-year benefits. For HCSA, new hire benefits begin at the same time as other GIC benefits.

Open Enrollment and Enrollment During The Year
The HCSA and DCAP plan year is January through December. Open enrollment for these programs will take place in the Fall of 2015 for 2016 calendar year benefits. You must re-enroll each year. Employees that have a "qualified" family status change during the plan year, as outlined on the enrollment and change form, may enroll during the year.

2 1/2 Month's Grace Period

You have until March 15, 2015 to incur claims for your 2014 remaining balance and to submit claims for the prior year until April 15, 2015.

HCSA Questions?

Contact ASIFlex; 1-800-659-3035

Manage Your Account Online

Asiflex webite

  • Account Balances
  • Claims Received
  • Claims Processed
  • Dates when Checks were Paid
  • Download Forms


HCSA/DCAP 2014 Calendar Year Handbook doc format of 2014FSAHandbook.doc

2015 FSA handbook doc format of 2015_FSAparticipant_handbook.doc

This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission .