Eligible Expenses

Examples of Eligible Medical Expenses for ICHRA

  • Acupuncture
  • Adoption Medical Expenses, to the extent incurred before adoption is finalized
  • Air Purifier (Prescribed)
  • Alcoholism – Inpatient Treatment Ambulance
  • Artificial Limbs / Teeth
  • Birth Control Pills
  • Braces
  • Braille-Books & Magazines
  • Chiropractors
  • Co-insurance Contact Lenses Crutches
  • Dental Treatments for Medical Care Dentures
  • Diagnostic Services Ear Plugs (Prescribed)
  • Eyeglasses, including Exam Fee Fertility Treatments
  • Flu Shots
  • Guide Dog for Visually Impaired Hearing Aids & Batteries Hospital Services
  • Immunizations
  • Infertility Treatments
  • Insulin
  • Laboratory Fees Laser Eye Surgery
  • Language Training for Disabled Child
  • Lead Base Paint Removal for Children with Lead Poisoning
  • Medical Services
  • Massage Therapy (if Prescribed to Treat a Specific Injury or Medical Condition)
  • Medical Testing Devices (Prescribed)
  • Medic Alert Bracelet (Prescribed)
  • Nursing Services
  • Occlusal Guards to Prevent Teeth Grinding Operations
  • Orthodontia (Apportioned over Period of Care)
  • Over-The-Counter Medicines Purchased for Medical Care (Not General Health Items)**
  • Physical Exams (Not Employment-Related) Physical Therapy (for Medical Condition)
  • Prescribed Medicines (Purchased in the US) Prescription
  • Sunglasses
  • Psychiatric Care Psychologist Fees Refractive Surgery
  • Special Foods (If Prescribed to Treat a Specific Illness, Can Deduct Amount Which Exceeds Cost of Commonly Available Version of Product)
  • Sterilization Fees
  • Surgical Fees
  • Telephone Equipment for Hearing Impaired Transplants
  • Transportation Expenses Primarily for Rendition of Medical
  • Service Mileage for Car Use & Parking Fees
  • Vaccines
  • Viagra (Prescribed)
  • Wheelchair
  • Weight-Loss Programs (If Prescribed to
    Treat a Medical Condition), excludes food
  • X-rays

Cosmetic Items are not Reimbursable, except for amounts paid for surgery necessary to improve a deformity arising from a congenital abnormality, personal injury from an accident or trauma, or a disfiguring disease. If this is the case, a physician’s certification of the medical need will need to be attached to the claim for reimbursement.

** OTC medications such as cold medicines, pain relief products, medicated ointments, etc. may only be reimbursed if prescribed to treat a specific medical condition. OTC items such as contact lens solutions and supplies, bandages, braces, etc. do not require prescriptions.

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