Health Sharing

Health Sharing - Coverage Without Insurance

Health Sharing - Coverage Without Insurance
As health care costs continue to rise, individuals and families face difficult choices about health care coverage. More than 600,000 Americans have found an alternative in health sharing organizations, formerly called medical sharing. Under the Affordable Care Act, health-sharing is an option.
 

Choose to Refuse

Choose to Refuse

ST. PAUL, Minn.—For years, Obamacare has been riddled with problems. First, the government-run health care system funnels patients’ private data through a huge federal information hub and into a new federal database. The doomed health care plan also compromises care, ties the hands of doctors on treatment options, and takes more money out of the pockets of hard-working Americans.

Health Care Sharing Ministries (HCSM) – COMPARISON CHART

An update to our original Medical Sharing Chart completed by Health Care Sharing Ministries and shared with permission.

Medical Sharing Ministries Chart

Companion to CCHC Report: “MEDICAL SHARING: An Inexpensive Alternative to Health Insurance” All information gathered from ministry websites or direct responses to CCHC questions from ministry staff Jan – March 2009. Updated SM on April 1, 2010.

MEDICAL SHARING An Inexpensive Alternative to Health Insurance

As health care costs continue to rise, individuals and families face difficult choices about health care coverage. More than 100,000 Americans have found an alternative in medical sharing groups. They have been available for decades, but they are virtually unknown. If you haven’t heard of them before now, you are not alone.