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eHealthSource.com Launches Online Shopping Site Dedicated to Over-the Counter Medications Approved for FSA/HSA Claims
Date:11/30/2009

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- eHealthSource.com launched the first online shopping site dedicated exclusively to products approved for Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account (FSA/HSA) claims. The site is also the first to exclusively carry value-brand, over-the-counter medications, saving shoppers up to 75 percent on everyday healthcare needs.

"eHealthSource helps cure two common healthcare headaches - high costs and complexity," says eHealthSource.com President, Roger Henkin. "For customers, we offer the convenience of one-stop shopping with unbeatable savings on over-the-counter needs. For employers, we provide the tools to help your employees take full advantage of their FSA/HSA programs."

Consumers can save in three ways:

  • With more than 400 healthcare products, shoppers will save an average of 40 percent over national-brand products. Shoppers can search by category (such as "allergies") or by national-brand equivalents (such as "Zyrtec"). For national-brand comparisons, eHealthSource.com provides active ingredients, dosage strength and quantity, and suggested retail price.
  • eHealthSource.com is currently the only online independent retailer with Inventory Information Approval System (IIAS) certification, allowing shoppers to pay for their purchases using FSA/HSA debit cards.
  • Shoppers can also save an additional 10 percent off of their total purchase if their company is a member of the Employer Discount Program. Companies that enroll for the free program receive a discount code that employees can use at checkout.

For employers, eHealthSource.com offers a no-cost extension of their healthcare benefits.

  • By carrying more than 400 FSA/HSA eligible products, eHealthSource makes it easy for employees to take full advantage of their benefit plans.
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