If you purchase a prescription drug or
over-the-counter medicine along with
non-qualifying items, you will be asked for a
different method of payment for the non-qualifying
items due to the inventory information approval
T h e P a y F l e x ™ C a r d
What is the PayFlex™ Card?
The PayFlex™ Card is similar to a debit
card because it electronically accesses
your healthcare account to pay for eligible
expenses. However, when you use the
card at qualified merchants, you must
Where can I use the PayFlex™ Card?
You can use the card at qualified merchant locations where MasterCard®
is accepted. The PayFlex™ Card is accepted at healthcare merchants as
well as non-healthcare merchants who have implemented an inventory
information approval system (IIAS). Qualified merchants include physician
and dental offices, hospitals, mail order prescription vendors, hearing and
vision care providers. The card can also be used at discount stores,
grocery stores, and pharmacies, provided the merchant has implemented
How does the PayFlex™ Card work?
As you incur eligible healthcare expenses, you simply present your
PayFlex™ Card for payment. The system will then validate that your
coverage is active and that you have available funds to cover the
transaction. You may view your PayFlex™ Card transactions as well as a
listing of eligible expense items on our website at www.mypayflex.com.
Why should I use the PayFlex™ Card?
There are four key benefits to using your PayFlex™ Card:
• Immediate payment of your expenses from your healthcare account
• Increases your personal cash flow
• No claim filing due to point-of-sale approval
• Ease of use of your pre-tax funds
Using the PayFlex™ Card is a great way to
help relieve you of filing claims; however it
is important that you keep all itemized
receipts and Explanation of Benefits (EOBs)
in the event the information is requested by
PayFlex to comply with IRS regulations. An
itemized receipt includes the date of
purchase or service, name