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Your FSA/HSA allowances are available at the start of your “coverage period”, usually beginning January 1st and ending December 31st of the same year, and typically need to be used within your “coverage period”.
FLEXIBLE SPENDING (FSA) AND HEALTH SAVINGS (HSA) ACCOUNT FACTS:
You can use your FSA/HSA spending dollars whether you have vision insurance or not.
- Routine vision exam
- Medical eye exam
- Eyeglasses including readers
- Prescription sunglasses
- Contact lenses and related cleaning/storage solutions
Basin EyeCare has the eyeglass brands that you like, so come in and see our experienced and professional opticians Harmony, Tracy, Griselda, and Cindy and let them help with your selections!
ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT MEDICARE EYE EXAMS:
- Medicare part B covers a yearly MEDICAL eye exam and some preventative and diagnostic eye exams. Deductibles and co-payments apply.
- Medicare does not cover ROUTINE eye exams, sometimes called eye refraction’s, for eyeglasses or contact lenses. Patients must pay for the refractive portion of the exam.
- Dr. Creed provides MEDICAL eye care for many eye conditions such as diabetes, cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and others.