If you’re wondering why your out-of-pocket healthcare costs are so high, you’re not alone. Across the nation, millions of people are confronting ever-increasing premiums and expenses — despite the promise of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Like household costs across the board, healthcare expenses have continued to skyrocket — putting added economic pressure and stress on American families who are already maxing out their budgets.
There’s no question that faith has brought comfort, purpose and happiness to millions of people. Research indicates that sharing a religion, spirituality or faith can also have a positive impact on our physical as well as mental health.
This Easter, there’s much to celebrate. As restrictions ease and life returns to a semblance of normalcy, friends, families and communities come together to enjoy cherished Easter traditions.
As the cost of traditional health insurance continues to soar, more Americans are choosing to make the switch to Christian health sharing. Today, millions of individuals and families participate in faith-based health sharing programs and are saving hundreds of dollars each month in the process.
How do ACA health insurance plans and health sharing programs differ? Learn about the significant differences between the two.
Retail clinics are revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Find out why more and more Americans are turning to these clinics as an alternative to traditional health care settings.
Health sharing ministries can do several things to promote colon cancer awareness in the month of March. Read on to find out more.
Will value-based healthcare really work? Here’s a look at the pros and cons.
Retail clinics are increasing in numbers across the US, offering patients convenience, affordability, and time savings. Members of health sharing ministries may be able to use retail clinics in their programs.