There are a number of significant challenges that people face when trying to get healthcare costs managed effectively. Find out how health sharing ministries can help.
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.
As a self-employed individual, you’re on your own to find a program to help you handle the costs of medical care. Luckily, there are several alternatives to health insurance available to you.
Immunizations are not just for kids, but how can adults handle the cost of immunizations? Do health sharing ministries pay for immunizations?
Pre-authorization for medical services, treatments, and medications is essential for a variety of reasons.
People get sick at all times of the year, but the winter months tend to be when all those pesky upper respiratory illnesses come out in full force. To help ensure that you don’t fall victim to a virus or infection as the colder weather approaches, here are a few things you can do.
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?
Christian health sharing ministries offer Americans very affordable options for healthcare benefits. Plus, they offer Christians the opportunity to be part of a faithful community of members who share similar beliefs.
Prior to COVID-19, traditional insurers did not always reimburse providers for telehealth services.
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.