In 2011 FBMC was acquired by WageWorks, Inc., a national third party administrator for Health Reimbursement Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts. WageWorks has been in the process of migrating FBMC clients to their more robust system and are in the final stage, which includes Broward County.


How Does This Affect You?

  1. Your myFBMC Visa card will be deactivated on August 30 and you will not be able to use it to pay for health or pharmacy expenses. You will receive a new WageWorks® Health Card by September 16 when the new system becomes available.
  2. FBMC’s claim processing system will be shut down from August 30 to September 15 to allow for the transition of data from FBMC to WageWorks. Claims submitted will be put on hold during this time and will not be processed until September 16.
  3. Check your home address on your ePay statement. If it is not current, please update your information as soon as possible through your Payroll Liaison so that you receive your new card and Welcome Kit from WageWorks. Non-deliverable cards will be returned to WageWorks.


Plan Ahead

Doctor visits: Try not to schedule non-emergency visits between August 30 to September 15 if you plan on using your card to pay for the visit. Visits during the hold period will have to be paid by alternative methods and submitted for reimbursement.

Prescriptions: Refill prescriptions prior to August 30. Ninety-day prescriptions can be refilled 27 days in advance.


Enhanced Benefits

Once the transition to WageWorks is complete, you will have new features, such as:

If you have any questions or concerns, contact Employee Benefit Services at 954-357-6700 or email