Using your HSA/FSA
If you are purchasing a single order: check out as a guest (not Shop Pay) and choose Truemed as the payment option [Note: If paying with HSA/FSA funds, you must use the Truemed payment option to stay compliant.
Why is InsideTracker eligible?
Through advanced blood testing and analysis, InsideTracker provides individuals with insights into their key biomarkers related to metabolic health, inflammation, and nutrient levels. By identifying areas of imbalance or deficiency, users can make informed dietary and lifestyle choices to address specific risk factors associated with chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and metabolic disorders. This proactive approach empowers individuals to take control of their health and implement personalized strategies to mitigate potential health risks.
Qualified customers can use HSA/FSA dollars to reimburse their InsideTracker membership expenses, resulting in an average savings of 30%. With an HSA/FSA account, the Truemed process ensures the largest discount possible, making it more accessible for individuals to invest in their well-being and potentially reduce the risk factors associated with chronic diseases. This combination of personalized health insights and financial flexibility through Truemed empowers users to prioritize their health and make data-driven decisions for long-term wellness.
Is InsideTracker eligible for HSA/FSA spending?
InsideTracker, a service that offers personalized health and wellness analysis based on blood tests and other biometric data, may be eligible for Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) spending under certain conditions. A Letter of Medical Necessity might be required to justify that the service is medically necessary for diagnosing, treating, or preventing a health condition.
Is InsideTracker Medicine?
InsideTracker offers personalized health recommendations based on biomarker analysis to aid in early detection, optimize health metrics, and guide lifestyle changes, potentially preventing or reversing disease through scientifically backed interventions.