NOTE: This information is only current as of Dec 13, 2017. Please visit asebp.ca for the most up-to-date information.

Submitting a Claim

There are a number of convenient ways for you to submit your claims. Whether you’re constantly on-the-go or like to kick it old school with pen and paper—we’ve got you covered!

Please remember, you have 18 months from the date of the expense to submit a claim. We aren’t able to accept or pay claims that are older than 18 months.

My ASEBP Mobile App

Download from the App Store or Google Play. On the app, you can submit claims for: 

Submitting a claim on the app is quick and easy:

  • Log in to the My ASEBP Mobile App
  • Tap the + icon to submit a claim
  • Select the type of claim you would like to submit
  • Add a receipt or any other applicable documents (like an Explanation of Benefits statement) for all but Spending Account claims 
  • You can either take a photo of your receipt/document with the app or upload a file from your phone.
  • Submit, and you’re done!

You can also transfer unpaid claim amounts to your Health Spending Account with the tap of a button from the Claims screen. Reminder: If you coordinate benefits with another plan, please ensure the amount you are transferring to your HSA is your true out-of-pocket expense to avoid overpayments.

My ASEBP

On My ASEBP, you can submit claims for: 

To submit your Drugs, Other Medical Services and Supplies and Vision claims:

  • Log in to My ASEBP
  • Visit the Submit a Claim page found under the Claims tab
  • Enter your claim details
  • Indicate if you have coverage through another benefit plan
  • Upload receipts or any other applicable documents (like an Explanation of Benefits statement) for all but Spending Account claims 
  • Submit, and you’re done!

To submit your Spending Account claims:

  • Log in to My ASEBP
  • Visit either the Submit HSA or WSA Expenses page found under the WSA or HSA tab
  • Enter your expense details
  • Submit, and you’re done!

You can also transfer unpaid Drugs (Extended Health Care), Other Medical Services and Supplies (Extended Health Care), Vision Care and Dental Care claim amounts to your HSA from the View Claims History page. Reminder: If you coordinate benefits with another plan, please ensure the amount you are transferring to your HSA is your true out-of-pocket expense to avoid overpayments.

HSA Receipts

Note that while you don’t have to submit a receipt for HSA expenses, we may randomly review expense submissions both before and after you have been reimbursed. By submitting expenses online, you agree to provide us, if requested, the receipts and/or Explanation of Benefits statements which support your expenses. As you would with your tax documents, you should keep all receipts and Explanation of Benefits statements for at least seven years.

WSA Receipts

You may need to submit a receipt for WSA expenses—you’ll be prompted during the submission process if it’s required. Photos or scans of receipts are accepted as long as the date of purchase, details of the item purchased, amount paid and details about who sold the item are visible and legible. As you would with your tax documents, you should keep all receipts for at least seven years.

As a reminder, there are submission deadlines for both HSA and WSA expenses. Please keep your receipts as you may be required to produce them.

Paper Claims

Paper claim forms can be submitted for: 

Submitting a claim through the My ASEBP Mobile App or My ASEBP may not always be possible, so going the more traditional route of completing a paper claim form is still an option. Simply download the claim form you’re looking for, fill it out, attach your receipts and any other applicable documents and mail it to us.

Submitting Other Types of Claims

Accidental Death & Dismemberment Claims

For information about Accidental Death & Dismemberment claims, please see Guiding you Through Life Events.

Life Insurance Claims

For information about Life insurance claims, please see Guiding you Through Life Events.

Extended Disability Claims

For information about Extended Disability claims, please see Guiding you Through Life Events.

Travel Emergency Claims

All your Travel Emergency claims must first be reviewed by Alberta Health Services (AHS) to determine if they can cover any eligible expenses. To make the process easier for you, ASEBP coordinates the entire claims process on your behalf, so there’s no need for you to contact AHS on your own.

To ensure your claim is processed properly, please complete both the ASEBP and AHS sections of the Emergency Out-of-Country Claim form (found on the Forms page). When completing the AHS section, note that:

  • The From Date should be the date your trip began 
  • The To Date should be 18 months from the date your trip began

AHS can take several months to assess these claims and forward their final payment and statement of account. Ensuring the information on your forms and any other documentation provided is accurate and complete and mailed to us as a package will help prevent delays.

Reporting Unusual Claims

ASEBP periodically reviews claims and provider details to ensure accuracy. If you become aware of any unusual or inappropriate claims being made to ASEBP, please contact us with the details.

Email: UCP@asebp.ca
Toll-free: 1-844-UCP-TIPS (827-8477) 

Benefit Inquiries

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