Health savings account

Providence individual and family plans offer three high-deductible health plan options (HSA Qualified 2800 Silver, HSA Qualified 6000 Bronze and Providence Oregon Standard Bronze) that feature lower premiums and allow you to set aside tax-free dollars in a health savings account (HSA).

What is a health savings account?

An HSA is a tax-exempt savings account that you can pair with one of our HSA Qualified plans. HSA plan options provide comprehensive health insurance coverage by rolling over unused funds from year to year. You can save funds for future medical expenses and/or retirement.

Much like an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), an HSA is established through annual contributions by you. You can contribute up to 100 percent of your plan's deductible amount or up to the maximum contribution levels determined by the Internal Revenue Service each year.

Health savings accounts are managed by HSA trustees, usually a bank or other financial institution. You choose the institution that will administer your health savings accounts.

Get a preferred rate on your health savings account with HealthEquity

Providence Health Plan has partnered with HealthEquity to provide a preferred rate of $2.70 per month for our members. With HealthEquity, there is no account setup fee, and customer service is available 24/7.