Your Right to Quality Healthcare, for Less
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How Health Sharing Works
When members receive medical services, they request member-to-member sharing and eligibility is determined. These health sharing organizations coordinate voluntary monthly financial contributions from their members in an effort to support the medical needs of all sharing members. Through this participation, members are helping others who share a common belief system.
Healthcare share plans have existed along with conventional health insurance plans for years, though they have increased in popularity since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed back in 2010.
Health sharing ministries offer a range of programs at varying monthly contribution amounts for those who are looking to keep their medical costs low by sharing their health care expenses with other households.
Those who wish to be a part of a health care sharing organization must meet certain criteria to be eligible for membership. For instance, in faith-based health share programs, interested parties must maintain a healthy lifestyle and understand that they will be a part of a community of like-minded people of faith.
Accepted members will choose a health sharing program and contribute a set monthly amount that is used to help pay for other members’ eligible medical needs. Members are then able to access funds in return if they incur medical costs that fall under the category of Eligible Medical Needs.
Just as people have several options when choosing and reviewing a traditional health insurance policy, there are a number of different types and levels of health share programs from which to choose. Though health share programs are not insurance plans, they do offer a variety of flexible options to meet the needs of members.