HSA Debit Card, FSA Debit Card and More
Grant Access to Funds with an HSA Debit Card, FSA Debit Card, HRA Debit Card or Other Benefits Debit Card
Stay Competitive as a TPA with Health Debit Cards
DataPath’s all-in-one payment solutions enable participants to easily access their funds and help employers incent group plan enrollment. They also help TPAs stay competitive, attract new clients, prevent benefit fraud, and reduce time and money spent processing paper claims. Plus, DataPath has a proven track record for providing the industry’s best customer support.
How Do Benefits Debit Cards Work?
Our proprietary benefits debit cards can link to any account-based employer benefit package and offer a stacked benefit environment that allows portability between benefits. Employees can access their funds in Flexible Spending Accounts, Cafeteria Plans, Dependent Care Assistance Plans, Health Reimbursement Arrangements (including QSEHRAs), Health Savings Accounts, and Transit Accounts.
DataPath’s benefits debit cards use our completely integrated, single-vendor platform for card issuance and authorization logic. We are an end-to-end card processor, and every related function stays in house, including customer service and technical support.
Make the ascent to better benefits programs with DataPath’s account-linked debit cards.
Read our White Papers on the Benefits of Debit Cards in the CDH Market
White Paper: Assessing the Benefits of an End-to-End Card Processor in the Consumer Directed Healthcare Market - When considering an account-linked payment card for employer benefits, TPAs must find a solution that provides improved security, accountability, and flexibility for all parties involved in the transaction. Introduction The rise of consumer directed healthcare (CDH) during the past decade has led many employers to seek new methods to incent ... Read more
More Information about Debit Cards in the CDH Market
The Value of a Consumer Directed Healthcare Account - View the infographic below to discover the value of consumer directed healthcare accounts. The graphic features an overview of HSAs, HRAs, and FSAs, along with other helpful information. What is a Consumer Directed Healthcare Account? A consumer directed ... Read more
Millennials and HDHPs: A Perfect Fit for Employers and TPAs? - Millennials are younger and healthier in comparison to their Gen X and Baby Boomer peers. Are Millennials and HDHPs with HSAs a good fit for employers and TPAs? A recent study on adults with health insurance ... Read more
House of Representatives Passes American Health Care Act - Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA) with a vote of 217-213. The bill now goes to the Senate for approval. In its current form, AHCA affects tax-advantaged health care ... Read more
AHCA: HSAs, FSAs, Cadillac Tax and More - On Monday, March 6, House Republicans published the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a proposal to repeal and replace multiple provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Among the parts that remain the same are ... Read more
White Paper: Assessing the Benefits of an End-to-End Card Processor in the Consumer Directed Healthcare Market - DataPath, Inc. recently published a white paper that assesses the benefits of an end-to-end CDH card processor in the consumer directed healthcare market and suggests a remedy that addresses these critical concerns. The chief problem ... Read more
Benefits Debit Cards Offer Convenience and Practicality - Today’s reality highlights the need for benefits debit cards: in a 21st century, first-world society, card payments are the norm ... Read more
DataPath Summit: The Nation’s Best Benefits Administration Platform - According to a recent study conducted by SHRM, employer-sponsored benefits increased by 35 percent in 2015, which is a seven ... Read more
High Commuter Costs are Siphoning Money from Workers’ Wallets - According to a recent article featured on CNN Money, commuters in the United States spend an average of $2,600 annually ... Read more
New Legislation on EMV Chips Won’t Affect DataPath Cards - Consumers who use debit and credit cards may have recently noticed that their cards look a little bit different. Many ... Read more
Benefits for TPAs
- Create, issue, and administer debit cards
- Increase auto-substantiation rates
- Boost life count through increased participation within existing groups
- Reduce time spent entering paper claims
- Feel secure with an MCC-restricted and IIAS-integrated debit card that helps prevent benefit fraud
Benefits for Employers
- Increase participation in group plans
- Increase employee contributions to tax-advantaged accounts and associated employer FICA savings
- Give employees instant access to plan dollars
Benefits for Employees/Participants
- Reduce the need to submit paper claims for expenses
- Upload receipt images with online claims and by mobile app
- Get instant reimbursement for goods and services at the point of sale
|Evaluating Partner Marketing Services: How TPAs Can Grow Revenue and Cut Costs by Partnering with a Benefits Platform Solutions Provider [web]|
|How TPAs Can Balance Their Workload, Ensure Compliance, and Generate More Revenue Through Platform Efficiency [web|pdf]|
|How TPAs Can Overcome Potential Pitfalls to Deliver a Unified HSA Experience and Maximize Earnings [web|pdf]|
|How to Revolutionize CDH Account and COBRA Administration with New, Seamless Technology for TPAs [web|pdf]|
|Positioning for Growth: Why TPAs Should Embrace a Thriving HSA Market [web|pdf]|
|Evaluating Solutions to Leverage a Booming HSA Market [web|pdf]|
|Assessing the Benefits of an End-to-End Card Processor in the Consumer Directed Healthcare Market [web|pdf]|