RICHMOND, Va. (PRWEB) July 15, 2020
Today HealthSavings Administrators, a top health savings account (HSA) provider, announced a new partnership with eHealth, Inc., a leading online health insurance marketplace serving the needs of Medicare-eligible consumers nationwide.
Through this new partnership, HealthSavings members qualifying for Medicare will have easy access to plan comparison tools and telephone support from eHealth’s licensed Medicare agents while shopping from a broad selection of leading, brand-name Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans.
“By partnering with eHealth, we help our account holders at a critical juncture in their health savings journey. This is the moment for them to start reaping the rewards of their health savings account, and the choices they make can have a powerful impact on their health and financial well-being. We are committed to helping all of our account holders make decisions that will be most beneficial and cost-effective for them at all stages of life,” said HealthSavings Chief Revenue Officer E. Craig Keohan.
“As an organization that has long understood the incredible value of HSAs, we’re glad to partner with HealthSavings,” said eHealth Vice President of Business Development Allen Pease. “10,000 Baby Boomers are aging into Medicare every day, many without a clear picture of healthcare costs in retirement. By partnering with HealthSavings, we help them address this critical need, ask the right questions, and offer a more tailored set of options to better suit the needs of their clients now and well into the future.”
About HealthSavings Administrators
With a 15-year track record and health savings account balances 5x higher than the industry average, HealthSavings offers a persona-based experience to serve the needs of account holders at every stage of their health savings journey. We offer a targeted approach that educates and supports people to help them meet their goals for health and financial wellness, now and in the future. Visit HealthSavings.com to learn more.