The short answer is no. Individuals who have contributions to an HSA for the calendar year are required to file Form 8889 with their IRS Form 1040. Individuals who have attached forms are not eligible for the EZ Form. Technically Form 8889 is also required if there are distributions in the tax year.
Form 8889 should identify all contributions, including employer contributions if any made for the year. This should even include contributions made in a subsequent year which are designated for the prior year (similar to an IRA contribution made before you file your taxes but identified as a prior year contribution).
Please note contributions an employee elects through payroll are usually pre-tax contributions from their employer and should not be included on line 2 of Form 8889. Box 12 on the W-2 will show all contributions the employer made to the HSA (including the employee pre-tax contributions if any). Individuals who have employer contributions, can use the amount shown on Box 12 from your W-2 to fill out line 9 of Form 8889. Forms 8889 and 1040 are available at www.irs.gov or 1-800-tax-form.
Employers or entities involved in HSA offerings should be aware of some of the tax issues and forms involved with HSAs. If you need assistance on the legal issues surrounding HSAs, please contact Kinney & Larson LLP.