Digital health company Amino has announced that it will be adding a health savings account (HSA) to its list of features for customers. Amino currently offers a “find care” service, which helps connect people with in-network physicians and facilities, as well as allowing them to gather cost estimates before care is received.
Amino’s features for eligible employees include the following:
- Care search and booking for doctors, urgent care, imaging centers, and hospitals.
- This includes whether providers are in or out of network, cost estimates, quality measures, booking, and follow-up.
- Health savings account to allow users to set savings goals, get educated about how and when to save, and track healthcare spend.
- Online access via the web or mobile app, plus a physical HSA debit card for out-of-pocket spending.
“The new offering will guide people as they make healthcare decisions, from the tap of their phone to the swipe of their debit card at the pharmacy,” said Amino CEO David Viviero.
Amino is funded in part by Rock Health, a McKesson Ventures portfolio company.
Read the full press release on Globe Newswire.