CVS not only has nearly 70,000 pharmacy locations across the country, but it now offers over 1,100 MinuteClinics to offer a more affordable and convenient healthcare alternative to urgent care centers.
Health sharing ministries often allow members greater freedom to choose their own medical professionals than do health insurance plans.
Find out about how health sharing ministries handle share requests from people with pre-existing medical conditions.
COVID-19 has changed how employers and employees are using Open Enrollment this year, but Americans have other choices to handle the cost of health care, including health sharing programs.
Immunizations are not just for kids, but how can adults handle the cost of immunizations? Do health sharing ministries pay for immunizations?
Annual Open Enrollment is very short, which means you don’t have much time to take advantage of it. But what happens if you miss it? What other alternatives are available?
The COVID-19 health crisis has ravaged the economy, and millions of Americans have seen their finances take a big hit as a result. Now is the time to adopt money-saving tactics.
Open enrollment gives Americans a short window of time to enroll in a health insurance plan. But is there another way you can cover your medical expenses at any time of the year? Yes, through health sharing ministries.
The cost of prescription medication is high, but health sharing programs can help. Be sure to look for plans that not only cover these costs, but also pay pharmacies directly so there are no out-of-pocket expenses on your end.
The growth in freelance work among Americans is presenting a potential issue in managing healthcare costs. Health sharing plans may be an ideal solution for gig workers to offset these costs.