What if I have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? How does that work with this?
If you have a flexible spending account, this program does not replace your FSA but
rather the incentives that you earn will supplement your FSA. Incentive dollars
earned may be used towards Copayments, Coinsurance, and Deductibles, if
applicable, for covered prescriptions, services, and condition related medical
supplies. Your FSA allows you to use pre-tax dollars towards payment on a much
larger variety of supplies and services.

For specific questions, contact your FSA coordinator or your Benefits Team.

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1. What disease management programs are part of MyLife MyPlan Rewards?
2. Am I eligible to participate in this program?
3. How do these programs work?
4. Will my employer be able to access my records or personal information from this
5. I am currently in the Diabetes program, what do I need to do?
6. Are my spouse and dependents eligible for this program?
7. What do I need to do to earn the incentives?
8. Do I still have to see my doctor?
9. If I meet some of the requirements, but not all, are the incentive payments prorated?
10. Are there any other requirements?
11. What if I have multiple conditions, such as diabetes and asthma. Will I earn double
12. Who do I contact if I have more questions?
13. What if I have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? How does that work with this?
14. Who will issue and administer the healthcare debit card?