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If a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) has a deductible equal to the maximum allowable deductible by the IRS ($3,450 for 2018), the health plan (carrier) must have a way of confirming that all groups on that plan offer a Health Savings Account (HSA) as well. This is not something Tufts Health Plan can confirm. As a result, Tufts Health Plan will be discontinuing its HDHP (Advantage HMO Saver 3450). A modified version of the plan will be offered in 2019 with a deductible that is less than the maximum IRS allowable amount. Since our next product launch is scheduled for Q1-2019, Tufts Health Plan will halt all new sales and renewals of this plan in Q4-2018.
In advance of their renewal date, your clients will receive either a Renewal Notice or a Discontinuation Notice (depending on their current plan) that will reflect this change.
Please contact your Account Manager with any questions or concerns.
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