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Reviews

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Zion HealthShare is Top Rated
Zion HealthShare

Zion HealthShare is a fairly new healthshare based out of Utah. They offer affordable plans and work with Direct Primary Care memberships.

  • Great customer service
  • Young company (est. 2019)
OneShare Health

Formerly named Kingdom HealthShare Ministries, OneShare Health is a faith-based medical cost-sharing program.

  • Attentive, kind customer service
  • Lifetime sharing limit ($1,000,000)
Samaritan Ministries

Samaritan Ministries is pretty similar to all the other health sharing as far as how it works.

  • Well established program (over 25 years)
  • Strict member requirements
Altrua HealthShare

Altrua Healthshare seems to be one of the newest healthsharing ministries out there. And it looks like they are bringing..

  • Well established (over 20 years)
  • Relatively strict guidelines
Christian Healthcare Ministries

CHM is one of the oldest and most popular health sharing ministries in the United States.

  • One of the oldest HealthShares in the country (founded in 1981)
  • Some reviews say that reimbursement takes several months
Solidarity Healthshare

Solidarity HealthShare is a health care sharing ministry of Melita Christian Fellowship Hospital Aid Plan

  • Solidarity is less than 10 years old, but it formed with the help of a much older HealthShare (Liberty)
  • Extremely slow payments (as of Dec. 2020); some members waited months
Medi-Share

Medi-Share is a very popular healthsharing option that is provided by Christian Care Ministry.

  • Well established (founded in 1993)
  • Strict member guidelines (some churches excluded, must provide proof of weekly worship)
Liberty HealthShare

The pricing for Liberty Healthshare is pretty upfront. They offer several options that are catered

  • Member portal (ShareBox)
  • Strict membership guidelines
Sedera

According to an interview with their CEO, Sedera was founded in 2014 by British physician Dr. Tony Dale, who became interested in the American healthcare system after having surgery in the United States. After seeing the high costs and inconsistencies of traditional health insurance, Dr. Dale founded Sedera, a medical cost sharing community, as a […]

Testimonials

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their healthshares

We joined 3 years ago and it was the best decision we ever made.
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Sharon Mathes
Member @ Samaritan Ministries
If you’re generally healthy, I think it’s an excellent and affordable option.
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Margaret E
Member @ Altrua Healthshare
Overall, some good, some bad and a healthshare like Liberty won’t be right for everyone.
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Dan
Member @ Liberty Healthshare

Blog

Can a Health Share Really Be Accredited?

February 1, 2023

While shopping around for a health share, you may have seen some different seals, awards, or accreditation on different company websites. For example, you may have seen one or more of these on the bottom of a health share’s website: But what do these stamps mean? Should you only look at health shares that have […]

Do Health Shares Still Use Provider Networks?

January 17, 2023

Everyone has heard of provider networks, and while they’re less common for health shares than traditional health insurance, they’re still a factor you need to consider. A provider network is made up of doctors and other health care providers with a contract to provide medical care to its members, often at a discount.  Many health […]

Why Is it Important to Read the Membership Guidelines?

January 10, 2023

Every health share provides its members with guidelines that provide information about their organization and details about sharing. These guidelines include principles of membership members must attest to, information on what is shareable, and how long you may need to wait before needs related to pre-membership conditions may be eligible for sharing. You need to […]