Cloud-based HRA Administration Software

Streamlined HRA Administration, Account-Linked HRA Debit Card, QSEHRA

DataPath Summit is a powerful cloud based solution for the administration of Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), including group HRAs, ICHRAs, EBHRAs, and QSEHRAs. As the industry's most flexible HRA administration software, with nearly unlimited plan type capability, Summit enables versatile account management for TPAs with:

  • Complex HRA plan creation with the ability to customize plans at the tier level per employer group, including deductibles and reimbursements
  • Diverse plan types, including dental and vision plans, Section 139 Disaster Relief, and Student Loan Reimbursement Accounts (SLRA)
  • Account-linked HRA debit card with card behavior customization and MCC restriction capability per employer group
  • Affordable and accurate claims entry services performed by an experienced team with quick turnaround time
  • And more!

Take flight with DataPath Summit's HRA plan administration!

HRA administration software - Streamlined Account Setup

Streamlined Account Setup

Summit’s plan setup wizards streamline HRA administration, data entry, and the record keeping process. Set up a new plan with just a few clicks or customize to meet employer needs.

HRA administration - Complex HRAs

Unlimited Flexibility

From simple to the most complex, plan details are customized at the tier level, including deductibles and reimbursements. TPAs can adjust card behaviors per employer plan and edit MCCs as needed.

Compliance and Plan Docs

Compliance and Plan Docs

Perform nondiscrimination testing in the Summit portal. Take advantage of Summit's compliant plan document templates or upload and share your own. 

Powerful Data Exchange

Powerful Data Exchange

Use Summit's Data Exchange to reduce your administration workload. Import plan participants and dependents, enrollments, claims, and contributions.

HRA Debit Card

HRA Debit Card

Offer your employer groups quick, convenient access to their benefit dollars and boost participation rates with an account-linked HRA debit card. You can customize card behavior per employer plan and edit MCCs as needed. The Summit HRA debit card can be branded with your logo upon request.

Powered by Mastercard®, the Summit debit card offers a stacked environment that allows participants to access multiple benefit accounts (DCAP and HRA, for example) from a single payment source. The Summit HRA debit card can be used everywhere major credit cards are accepted. 


Sound Benefit Administration

I was sold on the COBRA product with DataPath. I checked several references. They all turned out good. So with confidence I moved to DataPath, and I have never regretted my decision.

Gina Marken Principal

HRA Administration Software Resources

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Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) FAQs

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