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Launched in 2018, OneShare Health is a Texas-based health share catering to those with Anabaptist beliefs. They received $92,232,348 in regular member contributions and shared $49,377,039 of members’ medical expenses in the last 12 months. Their guidelines don’t say how much of their members’ contributions go toward administrative costs, but do say administrative costs are “subject to change.”
OneShare Health members pay a monthly contribution depending on their membership, and are able to share after a few months of membership (although some conditions take longer before they become shareable). They have limits on what can be shared per incident and for the lifetime of a membership, which also depend on what membership you have.
OneShare offers four membership options: three “Classic” memberships (Basic, Enhanced, and Crown), and the more dramatically named “Catastrophic” membership. The latter is more affordable but has more restrictions on what conditions you can share with the community (no preventive care, urgent care, or primary care physician visits, for example), whereas the classic memberships differ more in how much you must pay before your medical expenses become shareable.
Notably, though, only members with the Crown membership can share maternity costs. All memberships have access to telemedicine and their prescription discount program.
To submit a need, you’ll present your member ID card to your provider. If your provider accepts the card, they may submit bills electronically to OneShare for sharing. Otherwise, you’ll have to submit your itemized bills along with your sharing request from your member portal.
There’s a catch, though: some treatments require pre-certification for them to even be eligible for sharing. If you don’t get pre-certification for cancer services, outpatient surgery, organ/tissue transplants, or chiropractic care (among others), then any medical expenses incurred from them will not be shareable.
You can enroll by filling out their form here or by calling 833-550-1545.
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