Plan Choices

Depending on where you live, you have several choices for medical coverage:

Cigna Choice Fund with Health Savings Account (HSA)
EPO and HMO Plans
What Do My Plans Cover?

You can contact an Accolade Health Assistant® who thoroughly understands your Intuit benefits. Your health assistant is a single point of contact dedicated to helping you discuss your benefit options, find in-network providers and narrow down your choices during annual enrollment. Your health assistant can also help you with health and wellness questions you and your family have throughout the year as you use your benefits.

To learn more, check out the summary of medical benefits.

Watch! This video to learn about your medical benefits.

Cigna Choice Fund with Health Savings Account (HSA)

The Cigna Choice Fund with HSA medical plan is a high-deductible plan that has in-network and out-of-network coverage. This is the only medical option paired with a tax-advantaged HSA to help you save for health care expenses, now or in the future.

With the Cigna Choice Fund HSA Plan, you must first meet your deductible before the plan will pay any medical costs or prescription drug benefits.

To learn more, check out the summary of medical benefits.

NOTE: At age 65+, you’re eligible for Medicare. If you’re enrolled in any part of Medicare, you can no longer contribute to an HSA. Both your and Intuit’s contributions stop. You can continue to use the funds in your HSA toward Medicare payments and other qualified out-of-pocket health care expenses.

If you’re enrolled in the Cigna Choice Fund with HSA medical plan and you enroll in Medicare, you must call Alight at 1-866-468-8236 to notify them of your Medicare enrollment. You can remain enrolled in the Cigna Choice plan or, because enrolling in Medicare is considered a qualifying event, you can change your Intuit medical plan provider. If you’re not enrolling in Medicare, no action is needed.

EPO and HMO Plans

  • United Healthcare (UHC) Network Plan
  • Cigna Managed Network Plan
  • Kaiser (California only)

These plans have predictable out-of-pocket costs, but there’s no deductible for you to pay before the plan pays for services or prescriptions. These plans may also have higher paycheck deductions. The plans cover in-network care only. The Kaiser and HMO plans require you to select a primary care physician (PCP).

You can also use the ALEX® Making the Most of Your Plan tool to learn how to make the most out of your medical plan.

What Do My Plans Cover?

For more information about your medical plan, review the Summary Plan Description for your medical plan.